Delta: Honest & Precise Review


Embarking on an Ingenious Adventure

“Delta” by Game Brewer invites players to explore the steampunk world of Kamargo. This medium-weight Eurogame seamlessly blends deck building and worker placement, offering an engaging experience as players gather their crew, explore the region, and unravel the mysteries of the Perpetual Steam Engines (PSEs).

Strategic Gameplay in a Mechanized World

Each turn in Delta is a tactical decision. Players dispatch crew members to various board sections, balancing the need to gather resources, advance on knowledge tracks, and explore new islands. The character cards’ multi-use aspect – for resources, initiative, and research advancement – creates a deeply interconnected gameplay experience.

Engineering Brilliance in the Workshop

In the Workshop, players engage in a race on the engineering track, gaining Dragonfly Reward Tiles and victory points. The invention mechanics allow players to craft unique solutions, bringing a touch of innovation to each playthrough.

Exploring the Delta Map

The Delta region is rich with islands to explore. Players aim to place their markers strategically, with each exploration contributing to both immediate points and end-game objectives. The requirement for airships and pilot symbols to travel between islands adds a layer of strategic depth.

The Pinnacle of Research

The Research Library is the heart of Delta, where players study mechanimals and advance on knowledge tracks. The balance between discarding cards for advancement and using them for in-depth studies or publishing scientific papers is a thrilling challenge.


Delta is a beautifully crafted game that offers a unique steampunk adventure. Its blend of mechanics ensures that every action is impactful, and the theme is perfectly captured in both artwork and gameplay. While it may not cater to those seeking a high-intensity strategic battle, its approachable complexity makes it an excellent choice for players who enjoy thematic Eurogames with a twist. The game is a testament to the creativity of the Eurogame genre, providing an experience that is both intellectually stimulating and immensely enjoyable. “Delta” is not just a game; it’s an exploration of a vibrant, steampunk world, inviting players to immerse themselves in the mysteries of Kamargo.

– David

Scratches: 7.5/10.0

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