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Nothing to Guard or Explore: The Guardians: Explore Review

by 2 months ago

Spring break has come for you and your middle school friends, and with it there will be games, relaxation, and a hoard of fantastical horrors come to destroy everything you …

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News That’s Fit to Play: Extra! Extra! Review

by 2 months ago

In today’s digital world, it’s difficult to imagine a world in the not-so-distant past that included rotary phones, typewriters, and daily newspapers. Sure, the latter has yet to join the …

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Colt Express in the palm of your hand

by 2 months ago

Colt Express has been a popular programming game with a great 3D train for the "board."  Soon we won't need to worry about putting all those train cars together, or …

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Cryptozoic bringing Train Heist to the table

by 2 months ago

The wild west is one of the truly unique settings of Americana.  While it's not the most popular setting for pop culture, it never seems to completely go away.  We've …

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FFG to co-publish Siege of the Citadel with Modiphius

by 2 months ago

While Modiphius isn't a well-known publisher in the US, they are making waves.  Their Mutant Chronicles and Achtung! Cthulhu RPGs have gathered quite a following though.  They made huge waves with their …

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Ares Games releases Last Friday and many other games at Essen

by 2 months ago

While Ares isn't as big of a name as FFG or CMON, they do release several games each year.  With Essen Spiel almost here, they are ready to release several new …

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Please wait while the robots are syncing: AEGIS review

by 2 months ago

Growing up, I loved Voltron. Voltron was this giant Voltron that would be formed when the world needed it the most, when five pilots of mecha would work in unison …

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Academy Games’ 1775: Rebellion comes to Steam

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Academy Games is well known for creating entertaining games while retaining historical elements.  While it doesn't seem like the Revolutionary War would be a great conflict for a game, Academy …

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Crazy Eights: Jeff Allers on Skyways

by 2 months ago

When you look at board games, most of the time you try to spread out on the board.  What if you had a game that wanted you to extend your …

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Magna Ludum: Mare Nostrum: Empires Review

by 2 months ago

I do not expect to finish a first play awestruck by the experience, but my initial playthrough of Mare Nostrum: Empires took on a legendary status. Five players, a mixture …

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Crazy Eights: Mike Selinker on Thornwatch

by 2 months ago

Thornwatch is an amalgamation of two huge forces in the gaming arena.  While the Penny Arcade guys might be more well known for their comics and love of video games, they …

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Thunderbirds gets second expansion

by 2 months ago

Matt Leacock is most well known for the the Pandemic games, but he has a few other designer credits to his name.  One of those is Thunderbirds from Modiphius Entertainment. …

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