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Master of the Galaxy Crowdfunding Releases July 18th

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The 4X genre has seen some heights in recent years, and a new competitor is getting ready to enter the fold. A joint venture by foreign creators, this Italian/Russian hybrid …

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Movin’ On Up: New York 1901 Review

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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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Switch shuffles Sheep Solitaire software Shephy soon

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Arc System Works recently released a trailer for its upcoming card game Shephy for the Nintendo Switch. The sheep-based game will be released tomorrow, July 6. Based on the mobile …

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Blue Orange bringing Photosynthesis to Gen Con this year

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While Blue Orange is well known for family games, but they have branched out into more strategy games lately.  One example is New York 1901, which received many accolades.  Now …

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Mario begins taking coins in Monopoly today

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We've all seen the shelves of board games at big box stores, often with several different versions of Monopoly on them.  Most of the time the theme is pasted on, …

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Boggle the Mind: Wordoku Review

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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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Crazy Eights: Chris Batarlis on Metal Dawn

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AI has become a huge movement within the programming community.  However, movies like The Terminator warn us about the impending doom caused by our future robotic overlords.  With this premise, Everything …

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Betrayal coming to Baldur’s Gate

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If you've ever played Betrayal at House on the Hill, then you know it's almost like playing every B-grade horror movie created.  It's a great experience, and no one cares whether …

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Preorder available for Big Trouble in Little China: The Game

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There's no denying that Big Trouble in Little China has achieved cult status.  The weird characters and performance of Kurt Russell make the film a fun watch.  While there has …

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Ares Games publishing Master of the Galaxy

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Just last week I posted about the strong library of games coming from Ares Games, with many of them being demoed or available at Origins next week.  Ares isn't sitting …

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Hotshots street date announced

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Fireside Games had a bit of a hiccup with their upcoming game Hotshots, as they weren't able to release it as quickly as they originally thought they'd be able to. …

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A Magnificent Realm: Kingdomino Review

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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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