The Spiel did a lengthy—dare I say epic—review of Tempest as a world, a line, a toolbox, and a series of individual games. And it pleases me, as the developer, to see that they get the whole concept, tip to… Read More »
Wherein Tom Vasel says various and sundry things like, “Wow, this is fun!” and “It’s fast, it’s easy to teach…” and “I like this game.” Check it out!
A fairly extensive review of Love Letter, Mercante, and Dominare in their most recent podcast.
This Board Game Life has posted a lengthy and detailed review of Courtier, by Philip duBarry. “Courtier combined AEG’s Tempest world with Philip duBarry’s design skills which seemed like a natural win… and it was!” You can read the entire… Read More »
All four Tempest games are scheduled to arrive in the US within a week or so. Then they have to clear customs, and we immediately start shipping to our international distributors. Thus we are able to peg an international release… Read More »
Your friendly neighborhood Tempest Brand Manager has, in his hot little fists, the first-off copy of Courtier (sent as a physical proof from China, thence carried to the Alliance Open House by our sales manager, and then sent here for… Read More »
Curious to see what Philip duBarry’s Tempest game plays like? Courtier Lite, a print-and-play sampler game, is available for download now! While it is not the complete game, it has plenty of variety and nicely shows off the beautiful Tempest… Read More »
Adnan Riordan is a veritable establishment among the Tempest intelligentsia. As such, he does appear in Courtier as the Emeritus. But where he really shines is in Dominare. Remember two days ago, when we told you that the Atheneum was… Read More »
Lord Chantril is the patron of the sciences in Tempest. As such he is affiliated with the Atheneum, but he himself is not much of a scholar. The Atheneum faction is all about providing options in the Tempest games. In… Read More »