Grimslingers Review

Title: Grimslingers Publisher: Greenbrier Games Designer: Stephen Gibson Artist: Stephen Gibson Player Count: 2-6 (versus), 1-4 (co-op) For People Who Like: Sci-fi, fantasy, cowboys, magic, adventure, and humor. Grimslingers can be as entertaining as it is gorgeous, and offers up

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Healthy Heart Hospital Review

Title: Healthy Heart Hospital Publisher: Victory Point Games Designer: Anna-Marie Nelson, Scott Nelson Player Count: 1-5 For People Who Like: Tense co-op problem solving games As a game about managing ever-worsening conditions with limited resources, Healthy Heart Hospital certainly doesn’t

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Legendary: Big Trouble in Little China Review

Title: Legendary: Big Trouble In Little China Genre: Co-operative Deck Builder Publisher: Upper Deck Entertainment Designer: Rob Heinsoo Player Count: 1-5 For People Who Like: Co-op Deck Builders, Other Legendary Games (though it's not as strong as its siblings, thematically)

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Wordsy Kickstarter Preview

Gil Hova, the mastermind behind smash hit The Networks (as well as Bad Medicine and Battle Merchants) is at it again, this time retooling his classic Prolix by removing some of the fuss to create Wordsy, a wordsmithing game for 1-6 players

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Odin Quest – A Lone Journey Against Ragnarok

Odin Quest drew my attention, initially, for one simple reason.  The aesthetic, created by the game’s lone designer Todd Sanders, is staggering in its beauty.  Honestly, I saw an image of it on Twitter and I immediately sought him out, eager

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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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Avalanche at Yeti Mountain Review

A board game about skiing downhill while avoiding a yeti? Sort of like SkiFree? Sure, let’s do it! Avalanche at Yeti Mountain – from designer Matt Wolfe and publisher Green Couch Games – isn’t exactly like the classic video game,

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New Bedford Review

As much as I might lament spending the bulk of my adolescence in Connecticut and loathing “New England style” (i.e. put buoys and nets all over everything), I have to grudgingly admit that I have a bit of a soft

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Hostage Negotiator: Crime Wave Kickstarter Preview

Because my life has been lacking in frustration lately, I’m taking a look at Hostage Negotiator: Crime Wave – the new standalone/expansion to the original (from designer A.J.Porfirio and publisher Van Ryder Games) that I hate-loved so much. We’re talking

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Baseball Highlights: 2045 Mobile Review

Right. Well. Let’s get this over with. Some of you might recall that I freaking adored the Baseball Highlights: 2045 Super Deluxe edition. It’s a great game that plays quickly, offers plenty of team customization, and it’s baseball with robots

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