Deep Sea Adventure Review

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Remember when Love Letter was the hot new game taking the western world by storm? A fun game, with fun art, and only 18 cards! This was going to be the beginning of a wave of small Asian games hitting … Continued

Circle the Wagons Review Yeehaw

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The “we want an objective review” cry that frequently pops up on the internet is one of the most annoying arguments on the face of planet earth, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t any interesting wrinkles with the subjectivity … Continued

Dice Forge Review

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So much of the pleasure of board gaming comes from moments of frisson, those exciting moments of suspense and anticipation before pulling a key card, seeing if an opponent has noticed your ploy, or, most commonly, rolling dice. There’s something … Continued

Nusfjord Review

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I suspect I have somewhat of an unusual perspective in the board game world, being a reviewer but still feeling somewhat outside of the board game media community, so this might be completely off the mark, but I feel like … Continued

Telepathy Review

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I can distinctly remember the first time I played Mastermind. We were in Canada on vacation. My grandparents had rented a house for the summer, and my family took a trip up there, exploring the sights of British Columbia on … Continued

Eminent Domain Review

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More than any game I’ve played in recent memory, Eminent Domain truly feels like a game made for dedicated gamers. It’s not particularly complicated, it doesn’t take up a lot of table space, and it doesn’t require a group to … Continued

Carthage Review

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Did you know that there’s a segment of the Gladiator film score that Hans Zimmer apparently turned into the main theme for Pirates of the Caribbean? I know this because we decided to put on the Gladiator film score to … Continued