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[24 Aug 2015 | No Comment | ]
Mafia de Cuba – A Written Review

A new social deduction game that boasts some twists and is worth a look. Mafia de Cuba is not just another Resistance clone.

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[20 Aug 2015 | No Comment | ]
The game Pit: Episode 47 – Solo Game Pit Fight

As Sean is unwell, Ronan hauls himself out of the pit and takes to the solo podcasting seas with a Pit Fight episode on games that can be played solo.
Thrown against each other in the show are Friday, Sylvion and Lord of the Rings: The Card Game.
Which one will emerge victorious?
 
THE GAME PIT: EPISODE 47 – SOLO GAME PIT FIGHT
 
Also, Sean makes a brief appearance to tell us about a competition with The Dice Tower to win $50 to spend at Cool Stuff Inc. Enter the competition by answering one …

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[10 Aug 2015 | No Comment | ]
Dark Moon – A Written Review

An evolved take on Battlestar Galactica-lite, Dark Moon owns its John Carpenter theme and brings the tension.

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[9 Aug 2015 | No Comment | ]
Bad Beets By Stoneblade Entertainment – OTSBGR

Bad Beets is a 2-5 player bluffing game from Stoneblade Entertainment with an average playing time of 15-20 minutes.
“Bad Beets is a fast-paced bluffing card game where players must eat their vegetables. Designed for two to five gamers, ages eight and up, Bad Beets can be played by the entire family. Each player starts the game with eight Beet tokens that they must finish before they can leave the dinner table and just like most childhood memories of a side of vegetables, these Beets are Bad.
With 15 cards in each …

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[15 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]
Flick ‘Em Up – A Written Review

Pretzel Games, a division of F2Z Entertainment, hits us with their first deluxe release that depicts a crazy and frenetic series of shootouts via flicking discs at gorgeous meeples.

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[13 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]
Darkrock Ventures (Kickstarter Preview)

Darkrock Ventures is a medium-weight dice-based worker placement game where each player controls a mining company hoping to strike it rich on a deep space asteroid. But difficult mining is not the only challenge that the miners face. Their is the ever present threat of alien invasion.

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[30 Jun 2015 | No Comment | ]
Aetherium – A Written Review

A ludicrous blend of Necromunda, Wiz-War, and Netrunner means I’m giddy like Christmas day 1995.

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[29 Jun 2015 | No Comment | ]
Hyperborea – OTSBGR

A series of videos for Hyperborea designed by Andrea Chiarvesio and Pierluca Zizzi published by Asmodee Games.
“Embark on an epic quest to build your mythical nation into the greatest empire known to mankind. Capture land, defeat monsters, and discover new technologies on the rise to greatness.
Hyperborea uses an all-new “bag-building” mechanic that simulates the depth of a civilization game in a much shorter play time. Your bag will contain the cubes you need to develop your nation from a fledgling upstart to a mighty civilization.”
Learn moreover at http://us.asmodee.com/ressources/jeux_versions/hyperborea.php
INTRODUCTION

HOW TO PLAY

SAMPLE …

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[29 Jun 2015 | No Comment | ]
Episode 46: Council Chamber – Big Episode on Small Games

This time Sean and Ronan are joined by several of their friends to discuss shorter games. Nearly thirty games are covered and we give you the best and the worst ways to fill the time between the big ones.

 Your two hosts give you a dozen reviews of smaller games and joining them at various points are Adam, Bonnie Kate, Pouria, Natalie, Chris and Paul.

http://thegamepit.podbean.com/e/the-game-pit-episode-46-council-chamber-big-episode-on-small-games/

 

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[27 Jun 2015 | 2 Comments | ]
A Look At Scoundrel Society

A look at Action Phase Games’ current kickstarter offering.