Boomtown Bandits Review – Real-Time Dice-Chucking Goodness

Title: Boomtown Bandits Publisher: Breaking Games, Squirmy Beast Designer: Isaac Epp Artist: Isaac Epp, Erwin Haya Player Count: 2-5 (Definitely fun with more) Boomtown Bandits is a light, real-time dice rolling shootout that will appeal to a crowd looking for

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Trekking The National Parks Review

Title: Trekking The National Parks Genre: Set Collection, Hand Management Publisher: Bink Inc, LLC Designer: Charlie Bink Artist: Charlie Bink Player Count: 2-6 Trekking the National Parks is a family-weight game that features some similarities, both in mechanisms and weight

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The Metagame Review – A Party Game For Everyone

Title: The Metagame Publisher: Local No. 12 Designer: Colleen Macklin, John Sharp, Eric Zimmerman Player Count: 2-33 (I mean, seriously?) For People Who Like: Party games that don't necessarily center around dick jokes The Metagame is just one more in

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Go Cuckoo! Review

You know what?  I think HABA is pretty brilliant.  While the majority of their games are aimed squarely at kids, they are making better and better forays into the hobby gaming market.  Recently, we reviewed Treasure of the 13 Islands,

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Treasure of the 13 Islands Review

Der Schatz der 13 Inseln, orTreasure of the 13 Islands as it is known here in the states, is a family-friendly game from HABA (who else) and designed by Marco Teubner.  Featuring- Jess:  Holy cats, look at this gorgeous board! Josh:

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Paperback (Mobile) Review

Paperback is a game that fell through Gameosity’s cracks (now there’s an uncomfortable phrase) due to some unfortunate timing and my previously reviewing it over at Fanbolt Gaming. Andrew:  We all love it, though!  So, you know, there’s my review. If

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Game In A Minute Ep 18: Origin

Origin, designed by Andrea Mainini and published by Matagot, is an area control game with one of the neatest table-presences we’ve seen.  Everyone who gets a glimpse at it can’t help but comment on the awesome pawns that each player

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Dino Dude Ranch Review

Dino Dude Ranch – from designer Dan Letzring and publisher Letiman Games – kind of sells itself. At least for me. The name implies either managing a ranch full of dinosaurs, or being a dinosaur that is also a rancher.

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DragonStone Mine Kickstarter Preview

DragonStone Mine! is a game on Kickstarter right now, might be a game you’d be tempted to dismiss as gimicky; on the table, it is all colorful bits and some spoked wooden blocks, with naught but a few miniature cards to

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4 the Birds Review

Maybe it’s because of a recent discussion the Gameosity crew had regarding 80s era board games, or maybe it’s just because I can’t help comparing things to other things, but 4 the Birds – from designer Steve Ewoldt and publisher

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