Dear Tabletopians, the Winners of the 13th Annual Golden Geek Awards for 2018 have been determined, and we are glad to inform you that one Winner (Brass: Birmingham) with some of Nominees and Runner Ups are presented on our platform! So here are some best games of 2018:
1066, Tears To Many Mothers - a two player, non-collectible, asymmetric, competitive card game in the style of Magic the Gathering, which puts players in charge of the Normans or the Saxons and recreates the historic Battle of Hastings.
Architects of the West Kingdom - a game set at the end of the Carolingian Empire (circa 850 AD) about royal architects, compete to impress their king and maintain their noble status by constructing various landmarks.
Brass: Birmingham - an economic strategy game of Martin Wallace about competing entrepreneurs in Birmingham during the industrial revolution, between the years of 1770-1870.
Cerebria: The Inside World - team-based area control game, set in a person's mind re-imagined as a vibrant fantasy world.
CO₂: Second Chance - a game about energy companies that responds to government requests for new, clean power plants.
Dual Powers: Revolution 1917 - an area control strategy game there each player directs the forces of the conservative Provisional Government or the socialist activists of the Petrograd Soviet in a struggle for power and influence that will shape Russia’s future and either launch or suppress the impending civil war.
Pavlov's House - game there you take control of the valiant defenders of a Soviet strongpoint in Stalingrad as they hold out against constant German attacks for almost two months.
Renegade - a cyberpunk deck-building game there you must save humanity from powerful Super-Massive Computers.
Teotihuacan: City of Gods - a game about the greatest city in Mesoamerica there each player commands a force of worker dice, which grow in strength with every move.
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