The Captain is Dead, and I’m All Alone – Going Solo in a Sci-Fi Worst Case Scenario

 There’s been a fair bit of buzz around The Captain is Dead ever since it appeared on Kickstarter, and even more once those Kickstarter rewards started getting mailed out. We’ve managed to get our hands on it for ourselves, so

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Space Infantry Review

 Today, Gameosity sets out to fight interstellar bugs in Space Infantry, a solitaire game from designer Gottardo Zancani and Lock’n Load Publishing. Well, not necessarily bugs. It could be religious fanatics. Or venomous space plants. Or mutants. Or even just

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The Captain Is Dead Review

  First Officer’s log, galactic date 20141118.  We have been moving through hostile space for days now, on a mission of the utmost importance.  So far, we have traveled without incident, having successfully evaded detection.  However, all that changed less than

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Suburbia Review

Today, we here at Gameosity are going to try our hands at a little urban planning with Suburbia. It’s a tile-laying city building game for one to four players, from designer Ted Alspach and publisher Bezier Games. It’s a bit

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Infection: Humanity’s Last Gasp Review

Today, Gameosity studies Infection: Humanity’s Last Gasp from designer John Gibson and publisher Victory Point Games. It’s a solitaire-only strategy game where you run what’s essentially a branch of the CDC (Center for Disease Control) in New York and try

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Istanbul Review – They Might Be Merchants

Today, Gameosity takes a look at Istanbul, a rather fantastic worker-placement game released by Alderac Entertainment Group*.  Fair disclosure – I’m personally a huge fan of this one, so this review is a bit biased by my appreciation for it.

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Onirim vs. Urbion – Battle of the Dream Masters

As a big fan of games that don’t take up much space (both in the box and on the table), and a lover of solo and cooperative experiences, it didn’t take long for me to track down Onirim and Urbion.

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Haunted Dice & Possessed Cards – Our 1st Halloween Special

Greetings, my fellow ghoulish gamers!  It’s that magical time of year once again; when the days grow short, the shadows grow long, and all things frightening come crawling out from the corners and cracks of our world. And best of all,

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Games To Go! – Our Trip to Disney

Every board gamer has their collection – that pile of games, big or small, which we love to play and share.  But what’s a gamer to do when they are heading abroad, away from the sanctity of their game library

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Bios Megafauna Review

Today, Gameosity examines Bios Megafauna, a game that has been described as “An exciting experience in creating new and awesome creatures who must somehow survive a capricious and ultimately dangerous primordial Earth” (by Rob) and “A convoluted pile of letters

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