Cthulhu Realms Review

To close out our month of Augusthulhu, we are reviewing Cthulhu Realms, a deck-building game about mysterious cults, sanity-shattering artifacts, eldritch locations, and some rather hilarious art. Designed by Darwin Kastle, Cthulhu Realms is sort of an oddity.  Emerging from

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Cthulhu Fluxx Review

Once upon a time, I loved Fluxx. Once upon a time, my board game experience was also limited to Monopoly, Life, and Munchkin. Many years and many board games later, my interest has cooled somewhat, and it seems that my

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Ancient Terrible Things Review

  Ancient Terrible Things is a push-your-luck dice rolling game designed by Simon McGregor and published by Pleasant Company Games.  2-4 players will take on the role of intrepid explorers as they delve into the mist-wreathed secrets of a dark

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Miskatonic School for Girls Review

School isn’t easy, but Miskatonic School for Girls from designer Luke Peterschmidt and publisher Fun to 11 is a special sort of Hell. One where homework and gossip take a backseat to having your best friend devoured by an elder

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Cards of Cthulhu Review

Rob:  Very few board gamers who have crossed the line from Parker Brothers and Milton Bradley to Z-Man and Fantasy Flight have managed to do so without learning about a few go-to Cthulhu-themed titles. I’m looking at you, Arkham Horror

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Kingsport Festival Review – Not That Kinda Party

Andrew:  So for our first Augusthulhu review, I thought we should start with something dark and moody.  Something to really set the tone.  Something like Kingsport Festival. Jess:  Woohoo!  Party!  Everyone loves a festival! Andrew:  Wait, what?  No, I mean,

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Jump Gate Review – Deep Space In A Small Box

Andrew:  The last time we reviewed a game by Matt Worden, he was accomplishing the impossible – making car-racing a viable, enjoyable bit of dice-rolling excitement in Dicey Curves Deluxe.  This time he takes on the far friendlier challenge of

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Telepathy Review

Andrew:  Today we check out Telepathy, a deduction game for 2-4 players from LMD Enterprises Inc.  Can you outwit your opponent and figure out what their chosen symbol is before they divine yours?  Will I ever be able to beat

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Flocks & Flyways Review

Rob:  Tuck in your tail feathers and stretch out your wings, because today we’re… doing… I dunno, something bird-related I guess. No, wait, I remember now! We’re checking out Flocks & Flyways: “A strategic game of survival and migration” from

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Fleet Review – Deep Sea Engine Building Excellence

Andrew:  Ok everyone, I really want to review Fleet. Jess:  Heck yeah!  We really hauled in a marlin with this game! Diana:  Wouldn’t want this to be the review that got away! Rob:  I’d never say this game was fishing

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