Review Showcase - Valeria Card Kingdoms base game

In today’s post we are going to be showcasing some of the most recent reviews for Valeria Card Kingdoms (the base game, specifically). In future Showcases we will highlight some of the expansion reviews but we’re going to start off where the whole series began.

The land of Valeria is under siege by hordes of monsters. You and your fellow Dukes must recruit citizens and buy domains to build up your kingdoms and slay the foul creatures that lurk in the surrounding lands.

“I love Valeria Card Kingdoms. I probably won’t say that enough. I’ll say it a lot, but it won’t be enough. This is a really good game.”

Jeremiah Isley- Jeremiah is known to his gamer friends as the guy with the renowned “Nerd Room”, a room in his home that has pretty much been taken over by games and gaming supplies, due to Jeremiah’s attempt to run an eBay store for about a year. Jeremiah’s gaming interests include pretty much any board game, as well as several “Dead” or out of print collectible card games.

You can find more reviews by Jeremiah and the rest of Theology of Games at: His review of VCK can be found in podcase form here:!5337a#t=1187.

“I really do love this game, a lot… This game is maybe the best at engaging players around the table… It’s just overall a really good game. I’m going to be honest, it’s just good”.

Joel Kratzer- Joel Kratzer and Jason Smith share their love of board games on the Boardgame Mechanics podcast. A new episode will be dropping every week and will feature a different topical discussion surrounding some aspect of the board gaming hobby.

You can find more content by The Boardgame Mechanics here: To get to the VCK review specifically, you can view it on YouTube here:

“With its sound framework, amazing variety, ease of adaptability, and dynamic action, Card Kingdoms is a superior option in the recent category of Roll-for-All designs!”

Jason Meyers- iSlaytheDragon is a collaborative blog about games, gamers, and those who tolerate them (namely, gamers’ spouses and families). iSlaytheDragon provides news, views, and reviews on new and old games to help others determine whether a game is worth checking out. They also have a series of guides to help new gamers get acclimated and veterans dig deeper into the hobby.

To find more reviews and content from iSlaytheDragon, you can visit their website here: To read the VCK review, visit here: