Tom Vasel from The Dice Tower presents his Top 10 games with distinctive themes released in 2017. Summit: The Board Game makes the list at number 5.
Jamey Stegmaier, president and cofounder of Stonemaier Games, discusses his favourite mechanisms in Summit: The Board Game, calling it intuitively stream-lined and thematically interconnected.
MeepleGamers, a gaming review site, name Summit: The Board Game ‘Best In Show” at Gen Con 50. A full review of Summit claims it should be at the top of your list for board games in 2017, adding that it has “high production value and a beautiful artistic direction”.
Board, Deck and Dice provides a comprehensive review of Summit: The Board Game, stating the production quality as off the charts.
Zatu Games, an online gaming store based in England, reviews Summit: The Board Game. Writer Martyn Poole calls Summit “a fantastic game that has left me surprised and happy. You get a lot of game for your money and with the randomness of the tiles being drawn I can see this seeing a lot of playtime.”
Online forum BoardGame Geek sits down with Conor McGoey from Inside Up Games to show how to set up a competitive play of Summit: The Board Game.
Tom Vasel from the popular gaming podcast, The Dice Tower, reviews Summit: The Board Game praising it for its cool theme and components.
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