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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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[25 Dec 2014 | No Comment | ]
Xia: Legends Of A Drift System – A Written Review

This game mechanically is all guns starboard lined up and ready to obliterate the Euro spectrum of science fiction. This is a game full of random chance, daring risks, and bloated with setting in the most satisfying of ways.

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[17 Jun 2014 | No Comment | ]
Boss Monster Review – Starlit Citadel Reviews Season 3

Inspired by a love of classic video games, Boss Monster: The Dungeon Building Card Game pits 2-4 players in a competition to build the ultimate side-scrolling dungeon.

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[17 Jan 2014 | No Comment | ]
Critical Look at 2013

Tox looks back on 2013, an awesome year in the board game hobby/industry, and shares some of his favorite big games, pocket games, and kickstarter games of the year!

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[16 Dec 2013 | No Comment | ]
Warring Kingdom by Harry Gao (Kickstarter Preview)

Warring Kingdom is a deck builder that brings something fresh to the genre – player interaction. Now it is my opinion that deck building games can, not always but certainly can, just seem to be a multiplayer game of solitaire.

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[2 Dec 2013 | No Comment | ]
Boss Monster: Master of the Dungeon (2d6 Exclusive Content)

Boss Monster has fun 8 bit artwork. Boss Monster has clever and nostalgic video game references. Boss Monster demands its title be spoken with a deep manly voice. Quick, slick, and brutal – this is Boss Monster: Master of the Dungeon.

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[28 Oct 2013 | No Comment | ]
Worker Placement (Video Review)

Worker Placement is an easy-to-learn strategy board game of earning cash and gaining reputation. In the game, you assume the role of a temporary employment agency CEO who is trying to build his or her start-up business into a thriving operation. The path to success seems simple enough: hire unemployed temp workers, help them to upgrade their skills, and find them the best short-term jobs so your company can get paid its cut. Competition with other temp agencies is fierce, though, so establishing a solid reputation as a reliable and dependable agency can bump your workers towards the front of the employment line.

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[23 Oct 2013 | One Comment | ]
Two Rooms and a Boom (Kickstarter Preview)

Hidden suicide bombers, conniving spies, infectious disease, and an evil timer that slams your head into the ground while all you want is a moment of clarity to speak with your team? Hell yes, I’m in. In the realm of social deduction games, if The Resistance was Stone Age then Two Rooms and a Boom (2R1B) is The Manhattan Project; It is sleek, sexy, and most importantly – a deep and dynamic experience.

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[18 Sep 2013 | No Comment | ]
Stack & Attack by EGRA Games – Preview

In Stack and Attack you play a neanderthal in an age where technology doesn’t quite exist. Down on your luck you decide to look to the heavens and build a monument that the Gods can not ignore. You head to the quarry and grab stones of all shapes and sizes and being to stack them on top on another. After a bit of work you realize your neighbors all had the same idea, and the Gods will only show favor onto one. It is time to stack faster and if needed throw stones at their towers to buy you some more time.

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[10 Sep 2013 | No Comment | ]
Critical Preview – Road Kill Ultimate Car Combat

Road/Kill Ultimate Car Combat is a 2-5 player table-top strategy game of fun and furious futuristic car combat that can be played in under an hour. It is the pinnacle of smash’em-up car games, loaded with sweet looking customizable high-quality minis, tons of guns’n’gear and fast-moving play tactics. This game is first-class and like nothing else on the market today.
A Streamlined Experience
Road/Kill is designed to favor flow over detail, while still allowing a satisfying depth of player choice. The rules accommodate a wide variety of driving experiences, while innovative components …