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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Captain’s Wager Review

The first thing that popped into my head after seeing the box art for Captain’s Wager – from designer Jonathan Hager and publisher Grey Fox Games – was “high adventure.” Something like Atlantis or Treasure Planet; films from Disney’s awkward

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4 the Birds Review

Maybe it’s because of a recent discussion the Gameosity crew had regarding 80s era board games, or maybe it’s just because I can’t help comparing things to other things, but 4 the Birds – from designer Steve Ewoldt and publisher

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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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Patchwork Review

Even as a total Uwe Rosenberg fanboy, I wasn’t all that interested in checking out Patchwork. I mean he’s a great designer – one of my favorites – but a game about quilting? Meh. Diana: But it’s a game about

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Neanderthal Review

Today we’re going to talk about Neanderthal, a game about cultural evolution, the development of societal relationships, and survival-  Andrew:  And everyone dying in a blizzard. …*Ahem*.  If that sounds kind of heavy, that’s because it is. And you can

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Gregory Horror Show – Collectible Game Experience Review

If movies, books, and games have taught me anything about spooky mansions, it’s that we should never ever spend any time in them. They’re full of traps, monsters wander the halls, and all sorts of other unspeakable horror awaits. If

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Roads & Boats Review

 Rob: As far as I can tell, there are three common reactions people will have when you mention Roads & Boats, from designers Jeroen Doumen and Joris Wiersinga, and publisher Splotter Spellen. First is “Oh I love Roads & Boats!”

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Firefly: The Game Review

 Rob: Today we’re taking Gameosity out into The Black with Firefly: The Game – a wild west-ish space adventure based on Joss Whedon’s TV series, from developer John Kovaleski and publisher Gale Force Nine. Being a licensed game it’s, of

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Super Fantasy Rumble Review

 Rob: Today, Gameosity is throwing down with Super Fantasy Rumble; a 2-4 player tactical game/all out brawl from designers Luis and Miguel Lugo, and publisher Passion Project Studios. It’s kind of a What If battle royale between teams of archetypal action characters (some

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