Show & Tile Review

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Full Show & Tile Review A great party game needs an obvious hook, minimal rules overhead, and memorable, laughable moments. Show & Tile easily checks off every one of those boxes. The hook: Pictionary, but with Tangrams. Learning the game is extremely intuitive for anyone who’s played any party game. The entire rules section of the single-fold rulebook fits within …

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The Lady and the Tiger Review

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Full The Lady and the Tiger Review There are 2 doors. Behind one is a beautiful maiden. Behind the other is a hungry tiger. You don’t know what’s behind which door, but you must choose one. The Lady and the Tiger attempts to bring the tension of the classic story, The Lady or the Tiger?” by Frank R. Stockton, to …

The Bleak Harvest Review

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Warning: as with any adventure path review, the following text could contain spoilers. Total Party Kill Games’ The Bleak Harvest (written by Jason LeMaitre) is a horror-themed adventure built for 4 to 6 player characters. This adventure scenario, designed to be compatible with Dungeons & Dragons 5E and Pathfinder systems, is a self-described “adventure of insanity horror.” And, that description …

Time Breaker Review

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Full Time Breaker Review Looney Labs latest game is a race across time to catch a notorious Chrono-Criminal that has players jumping all along the timeline to bring the Time Breaker to justice. It’s a simple game revolving around a 5×5 grid of randomly placed tiles that has players using their cards, the actual time stream, and wormholes to maneuver …

Somnium: Rise of Laputa Review

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Full Somnium: Rise of Laputa Review A 15 minute game for $15, Somnium: Rise of Laputa is a card game tug of war for 2-4 players. The game revolves around trying to get the most influence by playing Characters and Events to the table. The rules are so simple they fit on a half-sheet of paper and the quick game …

The Shared Dream

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This review is going to address The Shared Dream Base Game, as well as the following expansions: Night Terrors, Necrophobia, The Wrath of Axitath, and The Crux Collection. It should be noted that the review was based on the first printing of the game, and ODAM has since Kickstarted a second printing with some updated parts and rules. The Shared …

Starfinder Adventure Paths #11 and #12: The Penumbra Protocol and Heart of Night Review

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Just an initial heads up, this post contains Signal of Screams adventure path spoilers. If you are militant about in-game surprises, proceed with caution. Back on November 16, 2018, I wrote a post previewing Starfinder’s eleventh adventure path: The Penumbra Protocol (Signal of Screams 2 of 3). Today, it is well into the month of February 2019, and both #11 …

Overlords of Infamy Review

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Full Overlords of Infamy Review Board games where you’re playing the hero fighting against the forces of evil to rid the world of misery are a dime a dozen. Overlords of Infamy aims to address that issue by putting you in the evil overlord’s chair in order to direct your minions to carry out your evil schemes! Overlords of Infamy …

Koi Review

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Full Koi Review It’s hard to pass up Koi when you first see the colorful box with its breathtaking painting of the game’s namesake on the front. It’s a welcoming invitation into a world of beauty…and a deceptively cerebral game. Koi, like its cover hits at, is a game of Yin and Yang. A balance of aesthetics and thought. It’s a …