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Nemo’s War Second Edition Review – Nemo’s Excellent Adventure

August 15, 2017 by Travis Williams

Nemo’s War Second Edition is rad y’all. I normally like to set the tone of my reviews a little more subtly, but I can’t think of any clever maritime analogies…

Yokohama Review – Presidential

August 8, 2017 by Travis Williams

The various themes of board games never cease to amaze me. From the outlandish to the incredibly mundane I often find myself amused at, and often my interest is piqued…

Comancheria Review – Brains, Beauty, and Bison

August 1, 2017 by Travis Williams

You know a game is on the heavier end of the spectrum when there is a Further Reading section in the Play Book that points to numerous non-fiction works that…

H.P. Lovecraft’s Kingsport Festival: The Card Game Review – Deep in Lore, Shallow in Replayability

July 25, 2017 by Will Cravens

“The nethermost caverns,” wrote the mad Arab, “are not for the fathoming of eyes that see; for their marvels are strange and terrific.” Cursed the ground where dead thoughts live…

Game of Trains Review – Chugging Along

July 11, 2017 by Robert N. Adams

Game of Trains (published by Brain Games and created by the group of authors Trehgrannik) is a card game with a simple concept. You arrange seven numbered cards in a row from…

Viticulture Essential Edition Review – Aptly Named

July 4, 2017 by Travis Williams

I’ve been waiting to play Viticulture for a long time. It’s actually the first game that I sent a proper request for a review copy after I started writing boardgame…

Hocus Review – Magically Marvelous

June 27, 2017 by Robert N. Adams

I’ve always wanted to have a bit of a casual poker night with my friends, but none of them really seemed all that into Texas Hold’Em. Even though my tabletop…

The Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game Review: For Dresden-heads

June 20, 2017 by Travis Williams

Update: Evil Hat has posted a series of strategy articles for The Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game that are very handy, and improve the experience for people who might be…

The Great Heartland Hauling Company Review – Loaded Up And Truckin’

June 13, 2017 by Robert N. Adams

Boy, do I love trucks. I had toy trucks as a kid, I’ve put quite a lot of time into both Euro Truck Simulator and American Truck Simulator, and in another life I…

Black Orchestra Review: Rewrite History or Die Trying

June 6, 2017 by Travis Williams

Black Orchestra is an interesting “what if” style of game. The game is based in World War II Germany and places its players in the shoes of the Schwarze Kapelle,…

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