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Villages of Valeria Review: To Lead or To Follow?

The war is over, the dust has settled, the final die has been cast, and the final monster has been defeated. Peace and prosperity have come to Valeria, and only…

Bomb Squad Review – Fire in the Hole

If you ever wanted to add a tense situation into a work of fiction, you can simply add a bomb scene. The hero of your book, movie, or game sits in…

Imhotep Review: A Friendly Competition

If you follow the world of board gaming you are probably heard of Imhotep. It was nominated for the Spiel de Jahres award for 2016, which is widely considered the…

Breaker Blocks Review: Strategically Charged

There is a good reason why abstract strategy games, such as Chess, have been around for so long. There is a certain satisfaction gained when you beat someone at a…

Gruff Review – Gathering of the Goats

Have you ever wanted to control a small army of hideously mutated goats and fight against equally horrifying shepherds? Well, if you want to fulfill that extremely odd and specific…

Mechs Vs. Minions

Mechs Vs Minions Review: How to Make a First Impression

Mechs vs. Minions should be too good to be true. It burst on to the scene out of “nowhere” with production values that are in no way, shape, or form…

Kaladesh, Magic: The Gathering, Wizards of the Coast

Magic: The Gathering Set Review – Kaladesh

Kaladesh is the first set in the Kaladesh block, the first foray by Wizards of the Coast into the artifact-themed, Indian-inspired plane of Kaladesh. Released on September 30, 2016, this set…

Pirate Lab Case Review – Minimalist Nerd Purse

We’re back with another review, this time from gaming case manufacturer Pirate Lab and their unique take on protecting your wargaming minis. Specifically, we’ll be taking a look at the Extra…

Valeria: Card Kingdoms Review – Check Out My Gains

There’s a certain part of your brain that gets tickled when a roll of the dice goes your way. The satisfaction of seeing the pips come up in your favor…

Space Vermin from Beyond! Review – Camp Bug Hunt

I can’t help but smile while playing Space Vermin From Beyond! The game is a solitaire affair (with a 2-player option) that smacks you down on the planet Beyond III…

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