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Renegade announces Flip Ships

by 1 month ago

Kane Klenko designed one of the surprise games for me last year, FUSE.  Since then Renegade Game Studios announced Flatline, a game set in the same universe.  Well, it seems …

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Cytosis heading to Kickstarter next week

by 2 months ago

Sometimes it's hard to be noticed in the Kickstarter crowd.  However, when Stonemaier Games takes notice, then you know it's something that stands out.  Cytosis, the highest rated game at …

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Crazy Eights: Weta Workshop on Giant Killer Robots: Heavy Hitters!

by 2 months ago

When I was at Origins at the Cryptozoic booth, I saw a giant mech statue.  While awaiting my appointment I started talking with someone who was very excited to tell me …

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Most Anticipated Video and Board Games of 2017

by 2 months ago

2017 is just around the corner. While we celebrate some of the amazing games of 2016, there are quite a few exciting titles in tabletop and video gaming that we’d …

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Sword Art Online board game coming to Kickstarter

by 2 months ago

Having an anime set in an MMO universe isn't unique.  The .hack//SIGN series was mostly set in the MMO.  However, Sword Art Online not only focused on the gameplay world, …

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Trials and Errors: Salem Review

by 2 months ago

Darkness hangs over Salem. The whispers are turning into open talk, and the talk into accusations. Some of us are lost to darkness, and all of us are afraid. We …

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Dubai: Rebuild the Ruins on Kickstarter

by 2 months ago

Building a city or farm from nothing isn't an uncommon theme.  However, rebuilding a city with history gives it a new spin.  Dubai: Rebuild the Ruins aims to let you …

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Crazy Eights: Ian Schofield on Ravage – Dungeons of Plunder

by 2 months ago

It seems like dungeon crawlers are trying to outdo themselves with bigger and more detailed figures.  However, Ravage - Dungeons of Plunder takes a couple of new approaches.  The first …

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Strategic Advancement: 1754 Conquest Review

by 2 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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A Different Kind of War: They Who Were 8 Review

by 2 months ago

A tale is spun of ancient gods, not for the last time, but for the first. They weave themselves into the people’s memories that they might be worshipped and adored. …

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A True Epic: Through the Ages: A New Story of Civilization

by 2 months ago

I have played numerous civilization games, and many of them are quite good. Nations, Roll Through the Ages: The Bronze Age, and Clash of Cultures are just a handful of …

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Ares Games bringing Divinity Derby to Kickstarter in March

by 2 months ago

Racing isn't an uncommon to theme to board games.  Some implement different card or dice rolling mechanics to move your own racers, while others have a physical mechanic for reaching …

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