Review – The Broken Token King of Tokyo Organizer

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I’ve been a fan of The Broken Token’s game organizer inserts since the first time I saw them a PAX East a few years back. For those unfamiliar, The Broken Token makes laser cut wooden organizers for games that are meant to fit in the game’s original box. Of course over the years they’ve expanded to fully custom boxes, accessories, …

Review – Tower Rex Game Shields

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Recently, I have been playing some late-night sessions of Fantasy Flight’s A Game of Thrones Board Game with a group of friends. Given how competitive the game can be, the small, flimsy original paper player screens can be fairly frustrating. Not having enough room to organize your tokens, cards, and units makes secret strategizing and plotting your neighbor’s destruction all …

Yu-Gi-Oh! May Releases

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May is almost here, and that means another round of relases for the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG. Next month will see two new releases: Maximum Crisis and Duelist Pack: Dimensional Guardians. Maximum Crisis, a 100-card set, arrives May 5th in 9-card booster packs. The entire set contains 48 Commons, 20 Rares, 14 Super Rares, 10 Ultra Rares, and 8 Secret Rares and …

Alolan Pokémon in Pokémon Shuffle

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New Alola-themed stages and new Pokémon that hail from the Alola region are now available in Pokémon Shuffle, the free puzzle game available for the 3DS and mobile devices. Also, for a limited time, special stages will be available to try out the new Partner Pokémon. Play Litten’s special stage until May 9, Popplio’s special stage from May 9 through …

5 Tips When Starting Flinthook

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Tribute Games recently released Flinthook, an action platformer and roguelike pirate game that has you zipping around levels with an anchor-like grappling hook while hunting bounties. Tribute shot me off a PS4 key for the game and I’ve been having a hell of a good time with the game. After a few hours of playing, I’ve come up with 5 …

Review/Unboxing – TableTop Campaign Coins

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Campaign Coins have become a huge deal since their first Kickstarter days. The makers of metal gaming coins have released multiple different sets of coins over the years, and I’ve always drooled over them. Now, with TableTop Day fast approaching, Campaign Coins and Geek & Sundry have teamed up to deliever an amazing TableTop themed set of coins designed by …

Review – Rose Gaming Accessories Dice Trays

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Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah-nagl fhtagn. Rose Gaming Accessories is a custom woodwork gaming accessory crafter based out of London. They specialize in creating luxury handmade items to enhance your game table. Recently, they sent over several dice trays for us to check out. Each item pictured here is hand painted, sanded, and finished in beeswax, making each individual dice …

Review – Merchant Green Leather Works Rollable Dice Tray

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Based out of Sherman Oaks, California. Merchant Green Leather Works crafts a number of quality leather gaming accessories. In addition to their online shop items, they also take custom requests for gaming or cosplay items. Shown here is a collapsible, Rollable Dice Tray. This tray comes in two sizes, 4” x 7” ($25) and 7” x 9” ($35), and is …

Review – Crazier Eights: Camelot

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Designers: James Wallace Gray Publisher: Self-Published Year: 2017 MSRP: $22 Players: 2-4 Play Time: 10–30 Min Ages: 13+ Rules Available Online: Yes BGG: Crazier Eights: Camelot Crazier Eights: Camelot is a fast-paced revamp of Crazy Eights, the card game classic. Let’s start with what’s inside the box. The box contains 52 playing cards and a set of rules. Additionally, there …