Bon Appetit Kickstarter Preview

Do you find yourself hungry for a fast-playing card game that will satisfy your whole party’s appetite while not being too filling?  Do you crave quick take-that style action that doesn’t lose its flavor even after you’ve had several helpings?

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Game Of Trains Review

Game of Trains, designed by Alexey Konnov, Alexey Paltsev, and Anatoliy Shklyarov and produced by Brain Games (Om Nom Nom, Voila!), is a deceptively simple game.  Within this small box is naught by a deck of cards, numbered 1 –

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The Siblings Trouble

We here at Gameosity love a good story – games with strong themes almost always resonate well with us, and several of us are longtime roleplayers.  But can The Siblings Trouble, a game by Eduardo Baraf, Kim Robinson, and Andy

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Gem Packed Cards Review

Gem Packed Cards, from designer Eduardo Baraf and publisher Pencil First Games, is a bit difficult to pin down. Not because it defies genre conventions or is packed with never-before-seen ideas, but because we’ve all had a tough time figuring

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Backyard Builders Treehouse

Get on your climbing gear and start sawing some wooden planks, we’re building ourselves a treehouse!  But what Backyard Builders Treehouse, a beautifully light 2-6 player drafting game game from David Short & Crash of Games (featuring amazing art by Vincent Dutrait)

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Dastardly Dirigibles Review

As everyone knows, airships are the only civilized way to travel.  From the tip of my tophat to the cap on my cane, it always gives me a thrill to step up onto the gantry and take my place on

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Mutology Kickstarter Preview

Mutology, going up on Kickstarter soon (we’ll provide links when it does), is a head-to-head card battle game and the first outing by Jeremy Bartlett & ThinkForm Games.  You and your opponent will take on the roles of Mutologists: ‘scientists’ with

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Tsuro Review

The Gameosity team often goes to a monthly board game meet-up in NYC, an event which has become like a second home for us.  And the very first game we ever played at our first ever time there was Tsuro.

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Game in a Minute Ep.9 – Sushi Go!

Sometimes, we talk about ‘filler’ games – games that are meant to while away the in-between spaces made by bigger games, or to act as a warm-up or cool-down for long game nights.  Fillers have to be quick, light, and

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The Game of 49 Review

I have to admit, The Game of 49 – from designer Mark Corsey and publisher Breaking Games – was something of a surprise. I’m usually not one for competitive games that are slightly gamble-y, and it’s been quite a while

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