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From: Broken Archer Reviewed by: Ron McClung Just Survive The Game is a Card Game from Broken Archer Games.   From the website: “Use teamwork to help everyone stay alive or lookout for yourself and forget your family and friends” Just Survive is a somewhat abstract and lightly themed ...
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Best Pitch From: Broken Archer Reviewed by: Ron McClung Best Pitch is a new Card Game from Broken Archer Games. I have seen the fairly simple Apples to Apples mechanic (for lack of a better term) in many forms.  Cards Against Humanity is the most  well-known there days.  Best ...
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I, Spy
From: Lost Boys Productions Reviewed by: Ron McClung I, Spy is a new Board Game from Lost Boys Productions. Recently I was introduced to a new game called I, Spy.  I Immediately thought it would be my kind of game when I saw the board and all the various bits.  However, I had no idea just...
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Colt Express From: Ludonaute Reviewed by: Sitting Duck When it came to crime in the Wild West, train robberies were far more common than bank robberies. Banks had the problem of being within (literal) shooting distance of the sheriff’s office. Not only was this not a concern with trains, ...
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The long awaited apocalypse has occurred. There are zombies. One could call it the ApocalypZe. There is no mention of how it happened or why it happened. No mention of Patient Zero or a possible cure. You are just holed up in some familiar location trying to survive.
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Few games get a reaction like the Arkham Horror game series. The base game is incredible and the expansions do add a lot. I just do not recommend running it with more than one expansion. As time went on, it was harder and harder to pull in players for the game unless you were at a con where ...
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Hegemonic is a new Tabletop 4X game from Minion Games. Do you long for the seared steak of the harsh vacuum of space to fester in your nostrils as you knock the regolith from your boots? Then it’s time to dust off your bejeweled battle shorts and start shoveling space-coal into your turbo ...
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One of the more prominent gaming webcomics out there is Rich Burlew's Order of the Stick. Part of its longevity can be attributed to its successful transition from a basic gag comic poking fun at the tropes and mechanics of Dungeons & Dragons to a tale with an elaborate storyline, while never ...
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Fantasy literature is replete with accounts of massive armies clashing against one another in epic conflicts. But have you ever stopped to think about the logistics behind fielding so many troops? There's a reasonably good chance that you haven't, and a greater likelihood that the author didn't ...
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The free trader sub-genre of space travel science fiction is one largely unfamiliar to mainstream audiences. Much of this has to do with how, aside from Firefly, it has not really been employed in the film and television media (where there's a preference for more epic storylines). However, this ...
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