Sushi Go is a fantastic little game, with a few really interesting ways of scoring. In this article we take a look at those ways a little bit closer.
Istanbul is a brilliant economic Eurogame about gathering rubies. It also has one of the best market mechanics of all time. Let's look at the numbers.
Buildings form one of the core parts to Yamatai, the fantastic game of boats and building. The question is - what do they tell us about the resources?
In the last article we explored some of the mathematics behind Sagrada - but what if we could use that to understand the game and give us the best odds?
A lot can be learned from 2n+1 as the base formula around how many dice are chosen each game of Sagrada. Here's how it affects the difficulty of the game.
Luck and probability play such a large part in board games - in this article we look at three forms of luck mitigation to give yourself the best odds.
Sometimes it can be difficult to work out which damage modifiers and which dice are best in D&D. Today, we look at a graph to understand it once and for all.
The fact that there are so many ways to win in Welcome To... is one of the things that makes it great. How can you use estates to you advantage?
King of Tokyo is an easy game to understand how to play, but a difficult game to know how it works. Here's how it blew my mind.
Sometimes the simplest games can be a little bit mind blowing. This elegant deck of cards challenges preconceptions. Here is our review of The Mind.
Not all Lords are created equal. Here is a mathematical breakdown of to find out who the best Lord in Lords of Waterdeep is once and for all.
If you burn a card in Gloomhaven, how many turns does it leave you with? What are the real implications of burning cards? Here's the math behind the burn.
Did you know, the Druid can deal the most damage of any class in D&D, and all they need to be is Level 8? All it takes is some thinking outside the box...
Is it better to add cards into or take cards from the Attack Modifier Cards when gaining a perk in Gloomhaven? Let's look at the probability to find out.
Ever wanted to know how to create a random dice simulator in Excel? Ever wanted to simulate 10,000 games of Catan? Yes? Well today is your lucky day...
Catan is a game of probabilities. Whether it is a specific resource, trading plan, or building strategy, numbers play a huge part in the game. Let's break it down.