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What Romans Built in a Day — Praetor Review

by 2 months ago

Romans usually conjure up images of gladiators, togas, and Julius Caesar. Often forgotten is how great the Romans were at building things. Sure, they gave us the Colosseum, but they …

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Ropin’ the Wind – El Gaucho review

by 2 months ago

El Gaucho is a set collection game where players take on the role of cattle ranchers in Mexico sending out “gauchos” (basically “cowboy” in Spanish) to rope cattle and collect …

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Ghostbusters The Board Game releases today

by 3 months ago

If you grew up in the 80's, then you probably have fond memories of the Ghostbusters movies.  The "No Ghosts" symbol has transcended decades, and soon we'll see a couple of …

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Crazy Eights: Sandy Petersen on Cthulhu Wars and Onslaught Two

by 3 months ago

When Cthulhu Wars came to Kickstarter, it was as if the Ancient Ones opened a portal and clashed at once, with the campaign raising $1.4 million.  If you have seen …

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Fantasy Flight bringing Rebellion to the galaxy in 2016

by 3 months ago

You might think that Fantasy Flight would be content to rest on the laurels of their current Star Wars lineup.  With the X-Wing Miniatures game, Armada, Star Wars LCG, Imperial …

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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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Wolf & Hound on Kickstarter — supporting family-friendly co-op

by 3 months ago

When you look over Kickstarter, family friendly games aren't exactly the norm, and certainly not ones about protecting sheep. Well, we have a great example of both in a game …

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Bust some ghosts on November 11 with Ghostbusters: The Board Game

by 3 months ago

With Halloween approaching, all sorts of creepy crawly, spooky scary decorations are popping up.  The Ghostbusters movies brought more laughs than frights, and the ghost logo has endured for along …

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

by 4 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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A Pocket Full of Mystery — Dark Stories Review

by 4 months ago

A man walks into a restaurant and orders an albatross sandwich; he gets his order, takes one bite, swallows it, and goes outside and shoots himself in the head with …

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Crazy Eights: Michael Robins on Fathoms

by 4 months ago

It seems that miniatures games have taken off since the advent of Kickstarter.  While a number of games with highly detailed miniatures came out before that, since the the theme and …

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