CARD GAME

We interview the team behind GREATER EVIL: The political bullshit card game

by 8 hours ago

1. First off, please introduce yourselves and tell us a little bit about Burn Artists. Burn Artists is a new, incredibly unprofitable LLC started by myself, Jacob Bofferding (writer), and …

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Not too meaty – Meteor review

by 2 weeks ago

For once the nations of the Earth will work together against the incoming threat. We are being bombarded by meteors. Humanity has but five minutes to blow up all these …

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HEX Shards of Fate – Chronicles of Entrath: Design Preview

by 2 weeks ago

For any game to journey from a fledgling idea to a full-blown product is an arduous task at the best of times, and HEX Entertainment has certainly seen more than …

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Close Encounters of the Dexterity Kind — Alien Wars Review

by 4 weeks ago

Just as I was beginning to open up Iello’s Alien Wars, a trailer for the new Independence Day movie appeared on the screen. By the time I finished playing the …

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Heating up the Competition – Ashes Rise of the Phoenixborn Review

by 2 months ago

The chimera were a plague on us all. They destroyed our livelihoods, killed countless among us, and terrorized us all. From that terror, emerged the Phoenixborn. These powerful beings were …

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Numenera going to the Ninth World in new Kickstarter card game

by 2 months ago

While most gamers might think of Shadowrun when asked for the name of a sci-fi RPG system, the Numenera system has been gaining in popularity.  Designed by Monte Cook, the game …

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Calliope gets ready for Christmas by acquiring 12 Days

by 3 months ago

You can pick your friends but you can't pick your family.  Sometimes holidays can get awkward when you have to spend time with your family for extended periods of times. …

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Defending the base one card at a time — Xenoshyft Onslaught Review

by 3 months ago

The deck-building genre has been slowing down in recent years. While the regular releases of Ascension and DC Deck-Building Game continue, the number of deck builders as a whole has …

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Horror from the Deep: Cthulhu Deckbuilder

by 4 months ago

Lovecraftian horror has served as a fertile landscape for games over the past several years, most notably with Arkham Horror and the subsequent Eldritch Horror games from FFG. Hobbyists fell …

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Don’t get burned: Icarus review

by 4 months ago

If you’ve played Liar’s Dice, you are not only a good citizen, but you already know the basic rules for Icarus, Reiner Knizia’s latest production, published by Victory Point Games. …

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Homer’s Finest — A Terrene Odyssey Review

by 5 months ago

Through all the chaos in the world of Terreria, parties of heroes are searching for great wealth. There is only one problem. Other groups of heroes keep getting in their …

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Defeat the Predator alone or with friends with Legendary Encounters

by 5 months ago

The Legendary system started with Marvel heroes and villains, but Upper Deck changed things with the release of Alien Encounters.  It seemed to be a departure from the original, but with …

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