BOARD GAME

Element coming out in March

by 4 days ago

In late August Rather Dashing announced that they were releasing the abstract game Element.  Here's what they have said about the game: Fire. Water. Earth. Wind. These four Elements have …

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FLATLINE coming from Renegade Gaming Studios

by 4 days ago

FUSE was one of the biggest surprises for me last year.  (Be sure to check out my review.)  I admit that I wouldn't find it exciting, but the real-time nature …

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Mysterium haunting your mobile devices

by 1 week ago

Mysterium had a huge amount of hype behind it in 2015.  The limited number of copies at Gen Con that year sold out very quickly.  While I wouldn't have thought …

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Just another day in Myrathia: WarQuest Review

by 2 weeks ago

The most well-known area control board game has to be Risk.  While other games like Axis and Allies and Samurai Swords had more depth, pushing the Roman numerals around the …

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Fireside Games announces Hotshots

by 2 weeks ago

Fireside Games is well known for it's successful Panic series of games.  If you are a fan of cooperative games, it's likely that at least one of them is on …

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Violence Inherent in the System: Fief France 1429 Review

by 2 weeks ago

Medieval times were hardly for the faint of heart. Treachery, wars, plagues, and famine were all too commonplace. Lords of the period were in a constant battle for power and …

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Vote on your favorite Monopoly pieces now

by 2 weeks ago

Not long ago the iconic pieces of a Monopoly game were always the same, but not long ago a vote was made and a cat was put into the game. …

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Call Me Ishmael: New Bedford Review

by 3 weeks ago

New Bedford is certainly not the first game to be released with an unconventional theme. Greater than Game’s release about eighteenth century whaling is no more unique than, say, Takenoko’s …

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Bring it all Down: Kaboom Review

by 3 weeks ago

The duality between creation and destruction defines the human experience. We thrive on sacrifice and consume to exist. But that’s all a little dark for game night, so Kaboom lets …

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Crazy Eights: Tony Chen on Iberian Rails

by 4 weeks ago

Board games use the theme of trains often.  From Ticket to Ride to Steam, riding the rails or building a rail empire bring gamers to the table often.  Now Iberian …

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MechCon Vancouver 2016 – An incredible time to be a MechWarrior

by 1 month ago

I’m surrounded by more than 500 people that can tell you the accurate range of an ER PPC, how many hardpoints it takes up, and in what chassis variants you …

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Expand Your Vocabulary: Wordsy Review

by 2 months ago

I remember the moment that broke Scrabble for me. The ubiquitous word game had always been enjoyable until a scholar once told me the secret. “Memorize all the two letter …

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