Tiny Epic Kingdoms

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Rating Summary (54 Total)


It took me four games but I've finally broken myself of buying the Tiny Epic games. The enthusiasm of the creators is infectious but none of the four that I got did anything special. Playing them feels not quite like a chore but definitely obligatory in a lot of ways. No one that I've introduced the games to has been excited about any of it - bland art, bland theme, bland components, bland mechanics. Tiny Epic Bland.


In brown bag with die and sleeved box.


Nicely portable. The games are too samey, despite the variable powers.


I only played this 2-player for a while, and found it extremely lackluster. Then I played a 5 player game, and understood why everyone was giving it so much praise. Honestly, you really just need 3 players to get the actual game experience, which by the way, really is fantastic. IMO it's so bad with 2 players, I would have preferred if they would have just said 3-5 players, and focused the game more. Then maybe add in a (competent) 2 player game in the expansion, because 2 players is horrid.


I think this got played before being sent out the door. If it did it was not very memorable.


FULLY SLEEVED 23 x Mayday sleeve size: Tiny Epic Kingdoms - Green/Red: Premium (MDG-7148, 50/pack) - (88 x 125mm)


Feel like I like it less than eight minute, need to play a few more times to decide which to keep. Its not bad, but combat is almost never worth it, races wildly imbalanced. Definitely not a 4x. Its ok, just not for me.


Ultra Tiny version