Voila! Review

For most hobbyist boardgamers, it’s not uncommon to think about a long evening of gaming as a meal with many courses.  You might get started with an appetizer of Between Two Cites or Karuba.  Maybe some Resistance for the table. 

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Bad Medicine Review – Just What The Doctor Ordered

Bad Medicine is a party game designed by Gil Hova and published by Formal Ferret Games.  More than just an absolutely scathing takedown of modern medicine, Bad Medicine is a hilarious game for 4-8 players (or 2, with the co-op variant) about being

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Get A second Opinion with Bad Medicine’s Expansion on Kickstarter!

We’ve got a bad case of the ‘needing some more fun party games’ blues. Thankfully Gil Hova, designer of Bad Medicine and The Networks has us covered. He just released the Kickstarter for Second Opinion, the game’s first big expansion, as

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Dear Leader Preview

 Jess: Supreme Glorious Leader Jess has declared that we preview Dear Leader! Andrew: Why are you talking like that?  In the third person and all strangely dictatorial?  Jess: You have displeased me! Back to the kitten farms with you! Dear Leader is a party

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Cyanide And Happiness Introduces Their Card Game to Kickstarter

Lately it feels like Kickstarter has looked at our collective wallets and said “Hey, it looks like you have too much money in there. Here, let me lighten the load for you buddy.” Alongside a slew of other awesome campaigns, Cyanide

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Matt Leacock’s New Game, Knit Wit, Coming Soon!

 Jess: I really enjoy a good game of Pandemic. The rising feeling of panic, those last moments between winning and total annihilation, and the triumph you feel at eradicating a virus, all add up to a fantastic, if stressful game. When

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Codenames Review

Codenames, by Vlaada Chvatil (Galaxy Trucker, Mage Knight) and published by Czech Games Edition, is a deduction-based party game for 2-8 players.  In it, two teams of competing spies will try to contact with all their agents, who are, of course,

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Magnetic Poetry + Dice + NC17 = Dirty Words

Full disclosure, I’m not a teenager anymore, nor am I a college student. Though I am in love with LEGO, play board games, and watch cartoons I’m still an adult in my 30s, and so are my friends. Because of

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Utter Nonsense Review

Today we review Utter Nonsense, a party game of accents and silliness.  Designed for 4-20 players (hellooo party game) and played out in about 30 minutes (or more, if you have, like, 20 players), Utter Nonsense is as much a

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Never Have I Ever Review

 Andrew: Sigh.  Ok, let’s do this.

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