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Top Tabletop Games of 2015 — Keith’s Top Picks

by 2 months ago

The year of 2015 had several great games, but the staff doesn’t have the ability to play all the games that everyone has reviewed. Instead of trying to vote on …

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Get more power with Game of Energy now on Kickstarter

by 3 months ago

We have seen many games come out that try to streamline other games.  Eldritch Horror has streamlined Arkham Horror by keeping the best parts and reducing the housekeeping.  Power Grid …

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[PAX South] Burgle Bros. interview with creator Tim Fowers

by 3 months ago

Tim Fower, creator (and self-publisher) of the card game Paperback gave us a look at his upcoming heist game, Burgle Bros at PAX South. Burgle Bros is a multi-level game …

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Cthulhu spreading like a virus in Pandemic

by 3 months ago

First there was Pandemic and its many expansions.  Fighting disease never felt so good.  Then it spread like a Contagion.  After that The Cure was found in the roll of …

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PAX South – Bill and Ted’s Excellent Board Game demo

by 3 months ago

If you are a child of the 80's like me, you can probably quote the movie Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure in your sleep.  Featuring a very young (and less …

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PAX South: We check out the prototype of Zombie Tower 3D

by 3 months ago

Laura stumbled on a prototype game that caught her eye at PAX South in San Antonio.  The game, Zombie Tower 3D, is already a hit in Japan, but this Summer …

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Manifest Destiny — Nations Dynasties Expansion Review

by 3 months ago

Civilization building games have always held a certain fascination with gamers. The ability to play an immortal leader, bringing a fledgling empire to ultimate glory, has long been a staple …

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Fantasy Flight Games announces X-Wing System Open

by 3 months ago

Fantasy Flight Games has struck it big with the X-Wing Miniatures Game.  It didn't  hurt that they were able to release a new starter set with the release of The …

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Of Secret Agents and Travel Agents — Mission: Red Planet Review

by 3 months ago

EXT. LAUNCHING PAD—DAY RECRUITER Listen up, chums! I’ve heard news from the Scientific Society, and get this: there are Victory Points on Mars! General excited murmuring from crowd. This news …

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Aces High — Wings for the Baron Review

by 3 months ago

One of the great ironies of the destructiveness of war is that it often breeds technological advances. World War II saw innovations such as rockets and the atomic bomb. Go …

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Wanderlust — Carcassonne: Over Hill and Dale Review

by 4 months ago

There was a time before the current boom in board gaming that being a gamer meant you liked to break out Monopoly or play a spirited game of Boggle. Gaming …

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Walk the Line — Tokaido Review

by 4 months ago

There is only one word that can adequately describe Tokaido: Zen. It is a relaxing and simple game. Players are pilgrims traversing the Tokaido road, the scenic route between Edo …

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