ZERO LEADER

Reviewed by James Davis

ZERO LEADER (Dan Verssen Games [DVG}, 1 player, ages 12 and up, 45-120 minutes; $109.99)

 

In high school, while I was blissfully happy playing games, Dan Verssen was designing them. He tried his friend’s patience often by making up new rules for Dungeons & Dragons. He took many existing games he loved and added his own rules. And eventually he started making his own. Dan was born to design games. I would be completely unsurprised if at the age of five he was inventing rules for Candyland.

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