Gen Con 2016 News: Harry Potter Hogwarts Battle

It’s time to wave your wand and shout “Accio Boardgame!” This September, USAopoly is bringing the wizarding world to board games with Harry Potter: Hogwarts Battle. They gave us a tour of the game at Gen Con and we are so

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Mansions of Madness 2nd Edition Coming Out Next Week!

Fantasy Flight has announced the new Mansions of Madness 2nd edition! Part of the exciting news is that it will be replacing the Keeper (the person who plays the role of the baddies in the game) with an app! Jess: I love

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Game in a Minute Ep.10 – Mice and Mystics

Today on Game in a Minute we check out Mice and Mystics by Jerry Hawthorne and Plaid Hat Games. Can this 1-4 player dungeon crawling co-op deliver big time fun, or does it just squeak by?  Watch our review to

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Leaving Earth Review

Outer space – not necessarily sci-fi, but also actual space grounded in real science – has always been a fascinating board game theme for me. I mean, I like a bit of implausibility just fine, but there’s something about distilling

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Game In A Minute Ep. 5 – Eldritch Horror

This week, Game In A Minute takes on Eldritch Horror – a massive cooperative game about puny humans trying desperately to save the world from the rise of Elder Evils.  As part of Fantasy Flight Games’ Arkham Files series, Eldritch

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Blogosity #1 – Playing Well Together

Hi!  I’m Andrew!  If you read Gameosity, you probably recognize me (or at least my little writer icon) from when I pipe in during our reviews (usually to inject something incredibly witty or whatever.  It’s no big deal).  Normally, I’d

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Darkest Night: Second Edition Kickstarter Preview

**Edit:  The new Kickstarter is up!** I reviewed Darkest Night – from designer Jeremy Lennert and publisher Victory Point Games – at the tail end of last year, and I enjoyed it quite a bit. So much so that I’ve

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Train Heist Review

If Colt Express is the board game equivalent of an Oscar-winning summer blockbuster, Train Heist (Sean McDonald, Tower Guard Games) is its low-budget, limited release, indie counterpart.  The result of a successful Kickstarter and a healthy dose of Rahdo-hype, Train

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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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The Opulent Kickstarter Preview

The Opulent, from Black Locust Games (Regnum Angelica) is a very unique cooperative game up on Kickstarter as of 2/2/16.  Set in the Jazz-era excesses of the Roaring Twenties, The Opulent features asymmetrical co-op gameplay for 1-4 players.  You and

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