Micro Review – Moop’s Monster Mashup

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Prelude Ever feel like you need an Owligator or Kangarooster in your game of Munchkin? How about a Beaver Cleaver or the ability to strip your opponents Bear Naked. Moop’s Monster Mashup has you covered in one of the craziest Munchkins yet. Play The sole reason this is a Micro Review and not a standard review is that Moop’s Monster …

Review – Alwa’s Awakening

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Prelude I actually found Alwa’s Awakening while requesting a review key for another game about a month or so ago. I was immediately drawn by two things: the art direction and the tag “Metroidvania” attached to the game’s description. Intrigued, I requested a key. Down the rabbit hole, I went into a nostalgic ecstasy of exploration, platforming, and amazing craftsmanship. …

Review – Mint Works

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Prelude Back in August, I had posted about the Mint Works Kickstarter. For just $10 I secured myself a copy of the game once it was released. Well, that time has come and gone and I recently received my copy of the game. Considering it’s such a short game, it didn’t take it long to hit the table since we …

Review – Batman: The Animated Series Dice Game

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Prelude Batman: The Animated series is the definitive Batman in my book. It aired when I was just 11 years old and it couldn’t have been any more perfect in my mind. Even going back and watching it as an adult with my kids, it’s a masterpiece. Recently Steve Jackson Games released Batman: The Animated Dice Game. Sure it’s going …

Review – Villages of Valeria

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Prelude I forgot where I heard about Villages of Valeria, but I can tell you I almost missed it. I seriously almost never knew it existed. I can tell you right now that would have been a damn shame. Villages of Valeria is set in the same world as Valeria: Card Kingdoms, but takes place just before the hordes of …

Review – Broken Egg Games’ Imperial Assault Tokens

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One great way to kick a game of Star Wars Imperial Assault or Star Wars: Destiny up a notch is through customization. It is truly awesome how something as small as a token or a door placed on the board can revolutionize your game’s aesthetics. Currently, there are a lot of great outfits with a lot of great custom pieces …

Review – ModMic 5

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I’m fairly new to the whole video/streaming world and up until recently, I’ve just been recording using my phone or computer’s built-in microphone. Obviously, this isn’t an ideal situation. I had been looking up microphones for a while, debating which one would be best for my needs when I received a press release from Antlion Audio. Antlion’s new ModMic, the …

Review – Ophidian 2360: Survival of the Fittest

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Prelude Ophidian first hit the scene over 10 years ago with Ophidian 2350, a CCG from Ophidian Games and Fleer. A few years back one Small Cave Games released a stand-alone, non-collectible version called Ophidian Wars. Now Hack & Slash games have created Ophidian 2360: Survival of the Fittest, a Expandable Card Game with an all-new look. 2360 is fully …

Review – The Lords of Rock

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Prelude The Gods of the universe are losing their power, some even fading away. A battle must take place over humanities souls but the gods know that war will lead to all their destruction. There’s only one solution. A battle of the bands. The Lords of Rock is a rock and roll concert of Godly proportions. The prize for the …