The CEO of the Lucky Duck Games alongside with the CEO of the Portal Games are discussing the differences in both of their games, Chronicles of Crime and Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game. Watch this video if you’re interested in what made them decide to take the different paths
EVENT DECK: Three more players pushing into toy and game space, Sale of Asmodee Group CLOSES, Asmodee buys ACD Blackfire & more! STRATEGY AND TACTICS: Your Questions are Answered (or we try, at least) FINAL SCORING: PAX-U, Vacations, Dice Tower Cruise!
In this video we’re going to learn how to play Monolith Arena!
In this episode, Ignacy is discussing with Vince Vengonjeanne about two great detective games: our, and the one from Lucky Duck Games, which is also hi-techie, and awesome! PS: We’ve also received a mysterious box, let’s take a look inside.
If you’re interested in the Portal Games Loot Box, then check out the latest episode of Portal Games Informant where Ignacy is casting a light on its content, as well as talking more about the Monolith Arena launch in the US.
With Monolith Arena, you get years of design experience, a well-tested and acclaimed gameplay, insane amount of replayability, huge potential for expansion and fan-based add-ons, and more!
Murder is afoot, as is bureaucracy, in Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game! Using the help of our digital database, we collected clues and evidence to solve the entire campaign’s mystery! But did we think it was worth the journey?
Heres what’s new at Portal Games, and how our week looked alike, additional Ignacy will talk about statistics and the Detective, as well as a little bit more on the L.A. Crimes and our approach to the game.
We’re already back from Essen rested and ready to roll with new games for the next SPIEL, but before that, let’s take a look how did Essen SPIEL 2018 look like from our perspective in the new episode of Portal Games Informant