Discovering Tak – Part 4

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One of the greatest things about Tak is the open nature of the game. Cheapass Games provides the rules online, along with piece dimensions. People all over have been making their own Tak sets, and some of them are just awe inspiring. I’ve started keeping a Pinterest Board with sets I like, but I figured I’d spotlight a few here. …

Infinity Wars Reborn Coming to Steam

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Infinity Wars is a free-to-play CCG on Steam. As my readers will know, I’m a sucker for free CCGs, even if I only play each one for a short while. Sometimes you find a great one that sticks. I’ll be giving Infinity Wars a spin soon to see if this is one of those titles. At the end of this …

Pox Nora’s 29th Expansion Launches July 27

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Pox Nora has been around a long time. I remember playing the game back in 2006 when it first came out. Now, on July 27th, Desert Owl Games will release the 29th expansion for the game. Planar Disturbances will add 49 new runes, including 32 champions and two limited-edition versions of existing runes. The expansion will introduce a quest line …

Unboxing Originz Prototype

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I finally got my hands on a physical prototype of Flavor Factions’ Originz, and I couldn’t be more excited. Having played the game a fews times at both CT FIG and over Tabletop Simulator, it’s great to have a copy of my own to try out with my kids. Of course I had to take some pictures before sitting down …

Unboxing Aurora

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Aurora is a game about the evolution of a solar system that was entered into The Game Crafter’s Learning Games contest by Rampage Games. I got a chance to see it briefly at CT FIG, but now have my own copy to review and take some pictures of. Everything has a wonderful “space” feel, and it’s always great to see …

The Silver Case HD Remaster

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Grasshopper Manufacture Inc. has announced that they’re remastering SUDA51’s debut game, The Silver Chair, in HD, along with localizing the game in English for the first time. The first trailer for the game just hit YouTube, and contains scenes from the game’s first chapter, “Decoyman.” The Silver Case is an interactive novel which progresses as the player solves various puzzles. …

New Pokemon and Features Announced for Pokemon Sun and Moon

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The Pokémon Company International announced six new Pokémon today, along with a bunch of new features for Pokémon Sun and Moon. Name: Wimpod Type: Bug/Water Wimpod is the Turn Tail Pokémon. This Pokémon is a cowardly scavenger that eats or stores anything that’s been dropped in the sea meaning it is highly valued across the Alola region as a cleaner …

Review – Light of Dragons

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With the Kickstarter for Roots of Mali, SunCoreGames’ new base set, hitting tomorrow I figured I’d get my review of last year’s Light of Dragons up. Light of Dragons and Roots of Mali are both the same game, just with different tribes. The tribes in both games have different spells and innate powers, making them play completely differently. Both games …

Originz on Tabletop Simulator

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The other night I sat down with Evan from Flavor Faction to play their super hero card game, Originz. I had a chance to play this back during CT FIG, but this time I got to play over Tabletop Simulator to check out the implementation. How does it play? Really well. All the cards look great, and the game plays …

Unboxing Yashima

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Yashima is another Greenbrier Games release I have in for review. I first saw it at PAX East, and was instantly drawn to it by it’s art style and amazing looking miniatures. The components are sparse, but top notch. The tiles are thick and sturdy, the miniatures of a high quality plastic, and the cards are nice and snappy. I’ve …