Reviewed by Kevin Whitmore
TIN GOOSE (Rio Grande Games, 3 to 5 players, ages 10 and up, 120 minutes; $59.99)
Tin Goose, designed by Matt Calkins (Sekigahara: The Unification of Japan) is about building an airline business at the dawn of commercial aviation in the USA. It is a handsome game, coming in a large square box. Opening the box, you will find a large map board of North America, a substantial pack of cards, several wooden airplane pieces, wooden demand markers shaped like skyscrapers, a few wooden cubes, various cardboard markers, player screens, and some paper money. All of the materials are of nice quality, although this reviewer opted to use poker chips instead of the paper money provided.