Eminent Domain: Microcosm Review

Andrew:  Yesterday, we posted our review of Eminent Domain, from Tasty Minstrel Games.  We lauded this unique, extremely playable sci-fi deck-builder for some innovative mechanics and extremely engaging gameplay, and how it brought galactic conquest to your fingertips in under

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Eminent Domain Review

It is the dawn of a new era.  Unexplored worlds, ripe for the claiming, hang among the stars.  You and your fellow leaders share a single trait – ambition – and it calls you to action.  Gather your fleets, master

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Hogger Logger Review

Today, we are going to be taking a look at Hogger Logger from (appropriately enough) Hogger Logger LLC. Jess:  Is that a pig who is also a lumberjack? Andrew:  Yes it is. Jess:  That’s awesome! Andrew:  Well, I’m glad you

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Tokaido Review

Take a deep breath and imagine the beauty of a sakura blossom drifting softly on a warm spring breeze. It floats past several travelers as they wind their way along a mountain path towards the sea. They look happy and

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Temple of Elemental Evil Review

If I’m being honest (and I am), I’d never really heard of Temple of Elemental Evil before this month. Andrew: Blasphemy! Rob: Moving on… I’d never heard of it, but apparently a lot of other people had because it was

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Lanterns: The Harvest Festival Review

Andrew: The great harvest is complete.  It is a time to rest and rejoice.  In celebration, we artisans have been tasked with adding beauty to the palace lake by floating myriad colored lanterns in the serene waters.  Who among us

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Kahuna Review

Andrew:  This week, Gameosity travels to beautiful tropical islands, where powerful shaman channel the ancient spirits of the land in order to- Jess: We’re going on vacation?! YAY!  Oh man, I’ve so needed some beach time!  I’ll grab my bikini

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Never Have I Ever Review

 Andrew: Sigh.  Ok, let’s do this.

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Roads & Boats Review

 Rob: As far as I can tell, there are three common reactions people will have when you mention Roads & Boats, from designers Jeroen Doumen and Joris Wiersinga, and publisher Splotter Spellen. First is “Oh I love Roads & Boats!”

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Exploding Kittens Sneaky Peeky Preview Review

 Andrew: Last night, Jess and I had a chance to head on over to The Uncommons (THE board game café in Manhattan…I feel like I’ve said that before) for a very special, very romantic evening of ok, look, no more

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