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We Spoke To Stonemaier Games About Their New Retailer Policy

Recently, Stonemaier Games, the makers of tabletop board games Scythe, Charterstone, Wingspan, and more, released a new Retailer and Distributor Communication Policy explaining that they would no longer be selling…

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Wingspan Review – Pleasant From Beak To Tailfeather

As an avid turkey and waterfowl hunter I have an incredible appreciation and respect for both the game birds that I spend time pursuing, and the songbirds, scavengers, predators, and…

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My Little Scythe Review – The Best Welcome

I love board games. I love big complex games. I love games with mature and difficult themes. I love games that play quickly, and I love games that take dozens…

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Charterstone Review – Building Pleasantville

First things first: this review is going to be almost entirely spoiler free. I’ve been going back and forth for a while about how to actually approach writing about Charterstone,…

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Scythe: The Wind Gambit Review – Fly Away On My Zephyr

Scythe is one of the greatest boardgames of all time. Despite scoring it lower than it should have been (let’s face it, Scythe is a 10/10) it easily walked away…

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Gen Con 2017 – Stonemaier Games: Charterstone, Scythe, and Kickstarter

Gen Con is always a great time to reconnect with many of the devs we’ve worked with before, seeing the latest updates, expansion packs, and new products they have lined…

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Viticulture Essential Edition Review – Aptly Named

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…

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Scythe Review – Beauty, Grace and Style

Scythe is hype. Every now and then in the board game world a game will burst onto the scene and cause an incredible uproar based on some tidbit, some tease,…

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Between Two Cities Review – Social Butterfly

Between Two Cities, designed by Ben Rosset and Matthew O’Malley and published by Stonemaier Games, isn’t the most immediately exciting game on the market. The core concept of the game’s…

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GenCon 2015 – Scythe Interview and Game Overview

Up until recently, very little was known about Stonemaier Games’ upcoming game Scythe other than the fact that it had absolutely incredible art. TechRaptor was fortunate enough to sit down…