Anticipating Feudum

Feudum, by Mark Swanson, is a 2-5 player,  hand optimization and resource management game. The players have all been exiled from your homes. You must find a way to gain some respect in the form of veneration points. There are many ways to earn

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Ahead In The Clouds Kickstarter Preview

 Ahead in the Clouds is a 2 player microgame designed by Daniel Newman and published by Buttonshy Games.  Up on Kickstarter right now, Ahead in the Clouds endevors to distill a fully-realized resource management Euro game into the tiniest footprint possible.  Coming

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Gold West Review

Today, we travel all the way back to the gold rush of the American west, with a fantastic area control and resource collection game.  Gold West, from J. Alex Kevern and Tasty Minstrel Games is one of Andrew’s Top 10 games,

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Rocky Road a la Mode Coming This Summer!

Here in NYC, the weather went from dreary and cold to TOO DAMN HOT with very little in between. Sitting in my office sweltering, I can only dream of ice cream. Ice cream board games that is! Green Couch Games will

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Test Your Post-Apocalyptic Skillset in Outlive – On Kickstarter Now!

The sirens have gone silent, the fallout has settled, and you have been nominated leader of the survivors. Can you guide your tribe to survival? Well in Outlive you are going to darned well try! Outlive, designed by Gregory Oliver

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New Bedford, A Whale of a Game, Hits Kickstarter!

Read our Fleet review and want even more fishing games? Well exciting news for you then! New Bedford: The Game of Historic Whaling & Town Building is now on Kickstarter!

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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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Le Havre Review

 Rob: Today, Gameosity is going down to the docks as we check out Uwe Rosenberg’s Le Havre (Z-Man Games, for 1-5 players). Several parallels could be drawn between this dock/fishing town management game and Rosenberg’s other more agriculture-centric work, but Le

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