Nick South

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Fortune and Glory: The Lost Expedition Review

by 1 day ago

Nearly 100 years ago, famed British explorer Percy Fawcett set out into the Amazon rainforest in search of the city of Z, Fawcett’s name for the ruins of the mythical …

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The Tarnished Age: CVlizations Review

by 2 weeks ago

It can be a challenge for game designers to make a short civilization game. A great civilization game makes you feel like you accomplished something, whether that be conquering your …

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Movin’ On Up: New York 1901 Review

by 3 weeks ago

Visit any major city, and you can marvel at impressive buildings that stretch up to the clouds. At the turn of the last century, these superstructures were in their infancy. …

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More Than Meets the Eye: Dungeon Time Review

by 4 weeks ago

It’s impossible to understate the popularity of card games. For a medium that has been around for hundreds of years, it’s amazing to see the versatility a deck of cards …

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Boggle the Mind: Wordoku Review

by 1 month ago

Before apps came along to waste away our free time, Sudoku was a favorite among those that liked a little game break in their day. Its speed and scaled difficulty …

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A Magnificent Realm: Kingdomino Review

by 2 months ago

Dominoes has been popular across the globe for centuries. While the depth of Go and Chess have made them timeless, it’s the simplicity and versatility of dominoes that has made …

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The Big Bang: Planetarium Review

by 2 months ago

Many kids’ first experience with the wonders of the galaxy came from the inside of an inflatable dome that filled school gymnasiums. There was something magical about seeing those tiny …

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Ad Victoriam: Burning Rome Preview

by 3 months ago

Battling opponents may be the focus of many deck-building card games, yet rarely do those games involve actual battles. SunTzuGames’ upcoming kickstarter, Burning Rome, puts the focus on the battlefield …

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Death Race: Chariots of Rome Review

by 3 months ago

It’s been a couple of millennia since people packed Roman coliseums to witness the spectacle of racing. The appeal of the sport hasn’t dwindled since that time, though it is …

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My Kingdom for a Move: The Rose King Review

by 4 months ago

It’s seems absurd to consider any war with a bit of romanticism, but there is a certain passion derived from the War of the Roses, the struggle for the English …

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To Court Danger: Behind the Throne Review

by 4 months ago

The opening paragraph of Behind the Throne’s rulebook talks of secret organizations conspiring to manipulate courtiers as they strive to gather enough power to control the throne from the shadows. …

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Strategic Advancement: 1754 Conquest Review

by 5 months ago

You may recognize the American Revolution as the war that created the United States, but the groundwork for that rebel uprising started a couple decades earlier with the French & …

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