The “story” of War Chest – such as it is, and for an abstract game at that – which i glibly gloss over during the unboxing video, is that the game was created for a young prince to to train him in battle tactics. Kinda neat. Knowing nothing about the game meant that i was genuinely suprised – and often delighted – by what i found inside the box.
Get Your Own Copy of War Chest
Publisher AEG wasn’t messing around with the components in War Chest, inspired perhaps by the nice weightiness of the chips in Splendor, and raising the bar that much further. To add your own copy of War Chest to your board game collection, follow the Amazon link below, and i’ll receive a small commission.