Two Player Games

It can be tough to find a good game for just two players. Whether playing with a spouse, a roommate or a friend, there is always room for a great two player board game. Here you will find reviews for games that are perfect for just two players.

Shōbu Review

Shōbu Review

Shobu from Smirk & Laughter is an abstract game that has an elegance to it that will make it an instant classic for any family.
7 Wonders Duel Review

7 Wonders Duel Review

Can you smash all that is 7 Wonders into a two player game? Check out our video review and see for yourself!
KeyForge Review

KeyForge Review

KeyForge brings a unique spin on to the collectible card game market. Is this innovative card game strong enough to overcome its flaws?
Home Alone Game Review

Home Alone Game Review

Merry Christmas, ya filthy animal!
Professor Treasure’s Secret Sky Castle Review

Professor Treasure’s Secret Sky Castle Review

This game just oozes an anime vibe, but this game is more than just its ridiculously long title and cool artwork.
Haggis Review

Haggis Review

No, this isn't about sheep's stomach. No, you don't have to be Scottish to play. Yes, it is a fun trick-taking card game.
Review: Azul

Review: Azul

In the game Azul, players are tile-laying artists that are challenged with decorating the walls of the Royal Palace of Evora. I’ve played the game almost 2 dozen times and I’ve never felt like a tile laying master. The truth is that the theme of Azul doesn’t matter very much. That’s because the game is […]
Review: Pocket Ops

Review: Pocket Ops

You are competing against a rival spymaster to send teams of agents into a secret base to steal the infamous Doomsday Device. Can you out wit and predict your opponents’ moves before they nab the device for themselves? Pocket Ops is a 2-player game from Grand Gamers Guild and illustrated by Josh Cappel. It’s a […]