Tiny Epic Galaxies Review | Gameosity
Tiny Epic Galaxies is the third game in the Tiny Epic series, from Scott Almes and Gamelyn Games (Tiny Epic Kingdoms, Tiny Epic Defenders). This sci-fi themed area control game has a lot to live up to in order to claim its place in the excellent Tiny Epic lineage. TEK had tons of variable player powers and a really accessible take on action selection. TED brought co-op play and a fun, if occasionally brutal, difficulty curve. What could Galaxies bring to the table that earns its spot among these great little games? Andrew: Actually, there is one thing... Jess: It's a game about rolling custom dice, isn't it. Andrew: IT'S A GAME ABOUT ROLLING CUSTOM DICE!!! Tiny Epic Galaxies is designed to play 2-5 players (though it can also play solo, which I'll get to), and the box estimates its playtime at around 30 minutes. More so than other Tiny Epic games, the gameplay of TEG lends itself to just a bit of analysis, so that estimate may be on the low end. However, canny game design