At the Gates of Loyang Review

Gather up your best looking pumpkins, and maybe take a leek or two (har), because today Gameosity is going to be spending some quality time At the Gates of Loyang. This competitive farming game for one to four players comes

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Holiday Stocking Stuffers (Part 3 – Stuffmageddon)

 Andrew: What do star ships, tuna, the bishop of Tempest, hot potato, and public executions all have in common?  Why, they are all in these, our final five Stocking Stuffer suggestions for great holiday gifts!  As promised, I won’t be singing…anything side

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Holiday Stocking Stuffers (Part 2, the Enstuffening)

 Andrew: Ooooooh Co-op on fireworks, in-vis-i-ble ninjas No Thanks to point-gain and spices from In’dia Space Marines are FOR THE EMPEROR! rock-ing, These are a few of our games for your stockings!  Rob: DUDE, that was…no more with the singing.  Ever.  Andrew: Come

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Holiday Stocking Stuffers (Part 1)

 Andrew: Ah, the holidays! We here at Gameosity absolutely love this time of year, when not only do we get presents, but also give them! That means that we get to share the hobby we love with both folks who

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Machi Koro Review

 Today, we look at a holiday gift suggestion for the whole family.  It’s a simple game, with really only one mechanic and a very simple set of goals, but it’s fun as all heck.  Some may decry it as being

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Dead of Winter Review

Today Gameosity is trying its best to make it through the harshest of months in the harshest of situations with Dead of Winter. This zombie game that’s not about zombies, from designers Isaac Vega and Jon Gilmour, and publisher Plaid

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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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