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Unstable Unicorns Review

unstable unicorns review

Unstable Unicorns is a game that combines both mythical creatures and screwing over your friends at every opportunity, what’s not to like? Well, the mechanics have some clear flaws that can get in the way of gameplay but the overall experience is still a positive one. Unstable Unicorns is a relatively simple card game. It …

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Betrayal at Baldur’s Gate Review

Betrayal at Baldur's Gate Review

This board game does not disappoint in the least being almost like the popular horror board game Betrayal at House on the Hill; only more suited for keen followers of the Dungeon and Dragons franchise. Being familiar with the original Betrayal game enhances your experience with this one – like being in a remake of …

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Scythe​ Review: Dynamic Strategizing between Farming and War

Scythe​ Review: Dynamic Strategizing between Farming and War

The year is 1920. Clumps of ash waft from the sky, darkening already muddied snow. You stand in your field. Exhausted workers scramble to provide much needed resources for your Faction. Their clothes are tarnished, but warm. Their breath rises above them, coiling over their heads. Glancing to the left you watch ominous hunks of …

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Fallout Board Game Review

Fallout Board Game Review

Are you a Fallout fan? Then maybe you have heard about the Fallout board game that Fantasy Flight came up within 2017. This is a franchise that has evolved and grown a lot in the past few years. Fans that have loved previous editions were not so hot on Fallout 76 and this game is …

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Dark Souls Review

Dark Souls Review

Dark Souls the board game attempts the fairly difficult task of translating a video game directly into a board game. This is never easy, especially with a franchise like Dark Souls that is mainly beloved for its frustrating difficulty but it is an impressive translation to a new format. It manages to recreate the feel …

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Review of Tomb of Annihilation

Review of Tomb of Annihilation

Dungeons and Dragons were the height of board games for me until I actually played Tomb of Annihilation from the same franchise. Who knew the franchise that shaped my teenage years with virtually impossible medieval quests would wow my adulthood with such easy to understand adventure board game. Having played Castle Ravenloft without a campaign …

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Gloomhaven review

Gloomhaven review

Gloomhaven is a fascinating puzzle sandwiched between surprisingly fun worldbuilding. It’s an intricate tactical simulation organized by a machine of well-designed interlocking components. It’s an exercise in squeezing every possible drop of content out of every component, clothed in stunning art. It’s a greatest hits of modern board game design that sometimes ends up feeling …

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