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From Greeks to Pilgims to Cyclists – Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update

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Hello! Welcome to Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update! For a background of these updates check out this introduction. Publishers are still pumping out interesting looking games. Good news for us! Remember …

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Bump and roll to victory — Space Movers 2201 Review

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I admit that I enjoy cooperative games because they are easier to play with non-gamer friends. While the games can sometimes be tougher to win, there’s nothing like celebrating a …

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Pick up your First Player marker here – Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update

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Hello! Welcome to Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update! For info on what is going on here, check out this introduction. A whole pile of good games to check out this week. …

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Travel the world Cthulhu style — Eldritch Horror review

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The Fantasy Flight version of Arkham Horror is a boardgaming classic. Traveling the city of Arkham with friends and fighting off the cohorts of Cthulhu rarely results in a success, …

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These Are All Treats! No Tricks! – Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update

by 2 months ago

Hello! Welcome to a Halloween edition of Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update! For info on what is going on here, check out this introduction. Boardgames are not necessarily the number one …

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Get Uncanny for the X-Men with Marvel Dice Masters

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I recently got my hands on Marvel Dice Masters: Avengers vs. X-Men and I can say that I enjoy it quite a bit.  While several dice are available in expansions, …

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Crazy Eights: William Hessian on PBL Robots

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For a while robots battling each other were a hot commodity.  BattleBots and Robot Wars were television shows with a cult following and small robots, with Robot Combat League coming around …

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Building an empire one sector at a time — Hegemonic Review

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The 4X genre (explore, expand, exploit, exterminate) is a popular genre. Sid Meier’s Civilization and Master of Orion 2 are some of the most prolific PC games in the genre. …

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Someone ever tries to kill you, you try to kill ‘em right back – Firefly: Pirates and Bounty Hunters

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One of the biggest complaints leveled at Firefly: The Game was the significant lack of player interaction. Players could pick up crew and jobs faster than their opponents, or they could …

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GenCon preview of Pandemic Contagion

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While most games have you playing the good guy, have you ever wondered what it's like for everyone to play the bad guy?  That's the objective in Pandemic Contagion.  Joe …

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Battle at Kemble’s Cascade GenCon preview

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It might be hard to believe, but creating a board game to simulate a side-scrolling shooter has been created.  Joe talked to the designers of Battle at Kemble's Cascade to …

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King of New York GenCon preview

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King of Tokyo stomped through the boardgaming landscape like nobody's business.  That's part of the reason why the follow-up King of New York sold out at GenCon within minutes.  While …

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