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Bumuntu Review

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I first got a chance to play Bumuntu back in 2016 at the 2nd annual Connecticut Festival of Indie games and was immediately smitten with the game. Back then there was a bit more to it, but the game has been wonderfully polished and streamlined since being picked up and published by WizKids. Bumuntu is a game of set collection, …

Starfinder Adventure Path #11: The Penumbra Protocol

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Yesterday, Paizo’s Jason Keeley revealed the following about Starfinder Adventure Path #11: The Penumbra Protocol: “The world of Verces is a tidally locked planet, one hemisphere always facing the sun as it makes its orbit. As such, half of the planet is baked by constant heat, while the other half is a frozen wasteland. However, a strip of habitable terrain …

R&R Goes Awry In The New Starfinder Signal of Screams Adventure Path

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Explore science fantasy horror in “The Diaspora Strain.” Today, Paizo Inc. released The Diaspora Strain, the first volume in the Signal of Screams Adventure Path for the award-winning Starfinder Roleplaying Game. The 64-page volume, whose adventure was written by Chris S. Sims, is the first of three volumes in a horror-themed campaign to overcome a creeping madness. It is available for purchase at paizo.com and …

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Supertall Review

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Button Shy Games is known for their wallet series of microgames and has earned a reputation for making quality games with around 18 cards each. Supertall is no exception to this rule. It’s a game for 2-3 players where players are trying to create the tallest, highest scoring towers by building floors, using abilities, or scrapping cards. At the start …

Starfinder Adventure Path #10: The Diaspora Strain Review

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“A vacation at a luxury resort located on an asteroid goes horribly wrong as the facilities malfunction and the guests and staff turn violent. The heroes must protect themselves, aid others who have remained rational. and hopefully find a way to stop the growing delirium, even if it means going through guests who have been transformed into hideous abominations! But …

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Everdell Review

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Raising almost $500,000 on Kickstarter, Everdell has a fair amount of hype behind it. With a stunning round board, 3-dimensional cardboard tree, wonderfully colorful artwork, and a cast of cute critters, Everdell is a hard game to ignore. The idea of a worker placement game/tableau building game that plays in about 20 minutes per player and has a unique seasonal …

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Pocket Sub Review

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Check your baffles while on the Balls to Four Watch because Alley Cat Games’ Pocket Sub is now arriving at those folks’ who backed the game on Kickstarter earlier in the year. Don’t be a FLOB! Get outta the racks and maneuver your sub through dangerous waters, dropping mines as you go to trying and drop enemy subs through the …

Tidal Blades Giveaway Winner!

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It’s time to declare the winner of the Tidal Blades pledge, A Pawn’s Perspective’s last-ever monthly giveaway. This month’s winner, who’s entry gained by YouTube subscription is… Christine Johnson   Congratulations, Christine! You’ll be the proud new owner of a retail copy of Tidal Blades once the game starts shipping next year. Also, you have the opportunity to buy up …