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Syrinscape and Green Ronin Games parter for new superhero sounds

by 3 days ago

Syrinscape is a way to add music and background sounds to your roleplaying experience.  They have a subscription model where you can pay by the month for their entire catalog or …

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Get on the battlefield, soldier! PWNs is on Kickstarter now.

by 3 days ago

Sometimes war makes the perfect battlefield for board games.  Even the game of Chess is built upon two armies fighting against each other.  PWNs is a new Kickstarter game that takes …

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Crazy Eights: Antonio Scaccino on Dreamwars

by 3 days ago

One of the benefits of Kickstarter has been the creativity that has come out of it.  While certain series have benefited from their previous jaunts on the site, a great …

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Better the Second Time: PWNs Review

by 4 days ago

When I first reviewed PWNs a couple of months ago, it was safe to say that it had earned a place in my Pantheon of worst games ever. The general …

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Tides of Madness coming from Portal Games

by 5 days ago

There aren't many drafting games, but Tides of Time came out last year to high praise.  What made Tides of Time unique was the fact that is was specifically made for …

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Crazy Eights: Grant Taylor on Darkest Night Second Edition

by 6 days ago

While the board game industry is small, Victory Point Games is one of the smallest independent companies within the niche.  You might not have heard of them, but they have …

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Flick ’em Up! getting a new wider audience edition

by 1 week ago

One of the surprise hits of the F2Z lineup is Pretzel Games' Flick 'em Up!  However, due to the great number of wood pieces it seemed to be an expensive …

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Punked: Steam Time Review

by 1 week ago

Steampunk, that amalgamation of Victorian-era charm and science fiction concepts inspired by the likes of Jules Verne, produces a certain romanticism. Steam-powered machines and lighter-than-air vehicles are a staple of …

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Teaching Children to Branch Out: Best Treehouse Ever Review

by 2 weeks ago

Parents trying to get their younger children into gaming often have the difficult choice between something above their children’s skill level or too simple to occupy themselves. Best Treehouse Ever …

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Full Time: Soccer 17 Review

by 2 weeks ago

If there’s a genre where board gaming still takes a backseat to digital platforms, it’s in the world of sports games. While I’d much rather play a game of Second …

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Privateer Press gets retailer support for new free rider policy

by 3 weeks ago

Game stores often have a poor reputation.  Often thought of as dark, damp crevasses located in strip malls filled with males with poor personal hygiene throwing cards or pretending to be …

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Life Finds a Way to Fight: Jurassattack Review

by 3 weeks ago

Jurassattack has all the might and brawn of an epic dinosaur showdown, but adds a layer of deep strategy that catches you by surprise. This two player brawler is as …

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