Godsforge Review

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Full Godsforge Review The Yahtzee Roll gets another spell-slinging game with Atlas Games’ Godsforge, a combat game between elite spell casters. Players roll dice to determine which card they can play from their hand, then simultaneously cast their card, deal damage to the player on their left, and protect themselves from the player to their right. Etherium and Veilstones help …

Kingdomino Duel Review

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Full Kingdomino Duel Review Kingdomino is an amazing game. It’s colorful, approachable, super each to teach, and a whole lot of fun. Queendomino expanded on the excellence of the original by adding a bit more depth for gamers that were looking for a bit more. Kingdomino Duel boils the Spiel Des Jahres award winner down into a 2-player roll-and-write. Does …

Flick Wars Review

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Full Flick Wars Review What would you get if you crossed Pitch Car with a Warhammer 40k? Flick Wars, by Breaking Games. Its large box contains a huge, neoprene mat, wooden terrain pieces, cards, and tons of wooden discs to flick around. Supporting 1-6 players, this game aims to bring a completely different type of strategy to miniatures wargaming. Flick …

Hot Games for Cold Nights

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It’s COLD in New England with Winter just hitting its stride. What better way to spend a frosty evening than with some HOT games! Games that really bring the heat and get things steamy. Here’s 5 game to really work up a sweat and chase those winter chills away. Fire Tower A fire rages somewhere in the heart of the …

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A Pawn's Picks 2019

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Here we go! There were a lot of great games we had a chance to review in 2019. 64 of them, in fact. With that many games to choose from we took a bit of time coming up with the list. That, and we’re also doing Silver, Gold, and Platinum RPG awards as well! To be eligible for a 2019 …

Shobu Review

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Full Shobu Review It’s quiet in the forest. The fresh scent of cut wood fills your nostrils as the babbling brook beside you fills your ears with melodious sounds. You’ve gathered a handful of rocks from the water and set your knife to 4 blocks of wood. It’s peaceful. Serene. You push your first stone and are well on your …