Eminent Domain Review

It is the dawn of a new era.  Unexplored worlds, ripe for the claiming, hang among the stars.  You and your fellow leaders share a single trait – ambition – and it calls you to action.  Gather your fleets, master

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Hogger Logger Review

Today, we are going to be taking a look at Hogger Logger from (appropriately enough) Hogger Logger LLC. Jess:  Is that a pig who is also a lumberjack? Andrew:  Yes it is. Jess:  That’s awesome! Andrew:  Well, I’m glad you

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Kahuna Review

Andrew:  This week, Gameosity travels to beautiful tropical islands, where powerful shaman channel the ancient spirits of the land in order to- Jess: We’re going on vacation?! YAY!  Oh man, I’ve so needed some beach time!  I’ll grab my bikini

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Exploding Kittens Sneaky Peeky Preview Review

 Andrew: Last night, Jess and I had a chance to head on over to The Uncommons (THE board game café in Manhattan…I feel like I’ve said that before) for a very special, very romantic evening of ok, look, no more

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Dicey Curves Review

     Andrew: Today, Gameosity gets behind the tiny wheel of a tiny race car in Dicey Curves, a dice-rolling car racing game designed by Matt Worden and published by The Game Crafter. Can a board game really harness the raw,

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Monopoly, Literally the Best Game Ever.

Are you ready to get totally stoked for the best game ever designed on the planet earth?!? It’s MONOPOLY time!!! Woot woot! Monopoly is a thrilling real estate domination game for 2-14 players.  Jess: I love this game with all my

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Love is a Many Splendored Thing in AEG’s Love Letter

 Andrew: Hello!  We here at Gameosity sometimes get these funny ideas.  And sometimes, we act out those funny ideas.  And sometimes, we record ourselves acting out those funny ideas.  This is one such occasion! (Ok, we mean ‘funny to us’,

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Roll for the Galaxy Review

When it comes to establishing a galactic empire, a would-be star-emperor has many tactics to choose from.  Will you win over countless planets by bringing faithful colonists?  Will you machine out doomsday technology which secures your conquest by unstoppable force?

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Praetor Review

Today we check out Praetor, a tile-laying, city-building, worker-placement game for 2-5 players from Passport Game Studios.  As Roman architects, we will vie for the favor of the great Caesar Hadrian by building up the city, manipulating its markets, and seeing to

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Regnum Angelica Review

 Andrew: Today, we look at Regnum Angelica, the first major release from Black Locust Games.  Designed specifically for two players, one of us will herald the noble Arch, while the other takes command of the terrifying Fallen, as each of these two

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