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The Lilo-log #6: The Santorini Board Game Review. Presented by Saljack Enterprises. Gaming. Animation. Media. Entertainment. Woman Owned.

Welcome to Lilo’s Log where Saljack Enterprises Lets Review team member Lilo Nash discusses gaming news/events from all over the world.

In this video, Lilo reviews the Santorini Board Game and also talks about our weekly $25 Amazon eGiftcard Competition. The competition will renew each week Monday through Thursday. A lucky winner will be announced Friday in the same week. Our first weekly competition began on, 11/27/2017 and will end 11/30/2017. On 12/01/2017, one random lucky winner, selected by an independent party from all the weeks’ participants, will receive a $25 Amazon eGiftcard by email after confirmation. For more information and rules about this competition please visit:

Direct link to this weeks competition: Lilo & Saljack’s Weekly $25 Amazon eGiftcard Competition #1

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17 thoughts on “The Lilo-Log #6: The Santorini Board Game Review

  1. Ok so I just watched the whole vid again and while I find the game interesting, do you know if there’s some sort of expansion kit? The reason I’m asking is due to the fact that the board itself is a tad bit too small don’t you think?

  2. kadoyatsukasa123 says:

    This can be used as a family moment. Games nowadays are so electronic base that games such as these are rare. I would like to buy one if I can

  3. amaterasu123 says:

    These games serves as a change of pace. It is so fast these days that technology rules all. However, this is a nice alternative to that.

  4. numberpardox says:

    i heard about this board game before but, it’s my first time to see a thorough review of it. If I also own one of this board game, I would use it as a decoration instead. Lol 🙂

  5. I’m not familiar with this board game and we don’t own one either but, I’m glad to be introduced to it, Thanks Lilo Nash, amazing review!

  6. The strategy part of the game makes it very interesting. It is a very good game to buy for kids.

  7. Boardom says:

    I have played almost every board game apart from Santorini. Am now very motivated to buy the game and learn to play it together with my family.

  8. mchesk16 says:

    It’s refreshing to see a new original board game! Sounds like a good alternative to being glued to your T.V. or your computer. I really like the Greek gods deck too. Thanks for the read!

  9. Mau says:

    Great review/tutorial Lilo! I love Greek Mythology so I was captivated by the cards. — looks soo interesting!

  10. Now this is something admittedly interesting. This will be a good game to pass the time with friends. But do you think this is an even better board game t play when everyone is drunk? lol

  11. Sorry, Lilo. I don’t like to nitpick but there’s a bit of a grammatical error here – “Saljack Enterprises Lets Review team member Lilo Nash discusses gaming .”

    Maybe something like “Saljack Enterprises Lets Review team member Lilo Nash discuss gaming …” You’re welcome.

  12. Opondo says:

    My little girl can surely play and enjoy this game, its that simple. Plus we can use the opportunity to bond. thanks for the update Lilo

  13. I think this game is really great for kids and adults. 🙂 You can always try different strategies to get the best one that works for you.

  14. nightcrawlerxmen says:

    Another pause your day and relax kind of game. Last time I played board games are when I was young!!! Boy this makes me feel old ha ha

  15. kittyprydexmen says:

    I can use this to bond with the kids of the house!!! Keep them off of gadgets all day . At least once a week.

  16. olliivvee says:

    I love board games! They are just the perfect companions and enemy of boredom this holiday seasons at home with the kids. Santorini Board game, as per your review Lilo, looks like a very easy game. I am certain my five and seven year old niece and nephews would love to play this at home.

  17. Alma May says:

    What I love about Santorini board game is that the workers special abilities given by their god to help them in building the city faster is fun. Outwitting fellow gods through the our workers to first to reach the top level in Santorini is very challenging and enjoyable.

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