Unlocking Insanity Review by Everything Board Game

Unlocking Insanity Review by Everything Board Game

 

“The components were simple and well made. As someone who stresses over consuming game components — like the brain sheets — I’m very happy that the publisher has laminated brain sheets available, along with markers that come equipped with an eraser on the lid.”

“The thing I really loved was how simple it was to figure everything out, but playing successfully against the other acolytes is a different thing altogether. Quick to learn, but it’ll take time to master — which is a good thing in my book.” 

Meeple Mountain Reviews Unlocking Insanity

Meeple Mountain Reviews Unlocking Insanity

“I believe the small incentive to go insane in a color first, coupled with the potential uses of insanity penalties to actually be beneficial adds enough strategy to make Unlocking Insanity a great addition to your collection. You would be ‘crazy’ not to check this game out.”

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Planet Apocalypse vs. Cthulhu: Death Must Die

Planet Apocalypse vs. Cthulhu: Death Must Die

How does Planet Apocalypse Compare with Cthulhu: Death Must Die?

A recent debate took place on BGG regarding these two games. Here are some of the comments:
I own both (All-in in both cases). After my first game of PA, DMD immediately went on a potentially one-way trip to my storage unit. DMD, to me, feels like a well produced version of something you can find in about 200 other flavors, while PA feels like a unique product with enormous passion behind it.
@Saduhem 

PA has better demon minis (and more space to put them), if that is of interest. @Ashamel

I own and really like both, but prefer PA. @Geoff

PA is more technical, so better for soloplay or elitist group playing. Both have good balance, mechanics, gameplay, Artistic Direction, design etc. @Xleu