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Dragons and demons and fairies, oh my! – Review of Fairy Tale

by 6 months ago

Promise me you’ll keep your pants on for now. Readers make demands of writers, but occasionally the tables turn and the writer demands something from the reader. Promise me, OK? …

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Lost Legends: Dungeon Delving Drafting

by 6 months ago

I was so excited about Lost Legends that I begged for a review copy at GenCon, unsucessfully. I love the fantasy setting. Drafting for items is a great idea. Then …

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Crazy Eights: Christopher Badell of Greater Than Games

by 6 months ago

I remember seeing Sentinels of the Multiverse at GenCon 2011, but not stopping by because I was too busy with other appointments.  Since then Greater than Games has exploded as …

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Fourth full Ascension release coming in June

by 6 months ago

I really like Ascension because of how your strategy needs to change with the cards shown in the center row.  I also like how they have released a full four-player …

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Cavemen: The quest to fire my other games

by 7 months ago

When it comes to inventing things, some games set a pretty high bar. Civilization, Through the Ages, and Innovation are a veritable parade of inventions. I’m not that smart. What …

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Breakin’ Atmo booster for Firefly: The Game

by 7 months ago

What could possibly make Firefly: The Game any better? More cards! In case you were not happy with the 250 cards in the base game, Gale Force Nine has released …

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When less isn’t more – Review of The Builders: Middle Ages

by 8 months ago

A Kickstarter campaign recently ended successfully for a game that consists of one card. And thus we have reached the lower limit of the microgame. What’s a microgame? The hottest …

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Crazy Eights: Eight questions with Connor Milliken on Masters of the Gridiron

by 8 months ago

Ah, the Super Bowl.  The culmination of the previous football season, where the two best teams in each conference battle for supremacy.  Unfortunately, once the game is played, you have …

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Arctic Scavengers: hunting for something good in a stack of cards

by 8 months ago

So much for global warming! The earth has suffered cataclysmic climate change plunging it into a new ice age. You are leading a tribe of survivors and your goal is …

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Crazy Eights: Eight questions with Jason Santa Maria about his upcoming card game, CLEVER

by 9 months ago

Recently we sat down with Jason Santa Maria, creator of the recently-funded Kickstarter-fueled card game, CLEVER.  The premise is simple, but the concept is far deeper than the simple artwork …

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Check out this CLEVER game on Kickstarter

by 9 months ago

It is hard to follow your dreams due to circumstances.  Sometimes circumstances are what lead you to follow your dreams.  When Jason Maria lost his job, he decided that he …

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Play This, Not That! – A Dozen Better Board Games

by 10 months ago

Eat This, Not That! is one of the bestselling books of the last decade. In its pages, you learn how to eat better. Now before you panic, Gaming Trend is …

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