Dozen’s Donuts Review

Rob: What even is this game? The rules booklet is only two pages. Diana: Something about donuts, I guess. I dunno, let’s just get this done so we can work on the review. *Ten Minutes Later* Diana: Why is this

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Grimslingers Review

Title: Grimslingers Publisher: Greenbrier Games Designer: Stephen Gibson Artist: Stephen Gibson Player Count: 2-6 (versus), 1-4 (co-op) For People Who Like: Sci-fi, fantasy, cowboys, magic, adventure, and humor. Grimslingers can be as entertaining as it is gorgeous, and offers up

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Elections of US America Election – The Card Game Review

Title: Elections of US America Election: The Card Game Designer: Dr. Tomas Rawlings Player Count: 2 – 6, hums along nicely at 4 For People Who Like: Party games, competition, goofy political humor Elections of US America Election: The Card

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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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Evolution Review

You know, for a while I’ve been hearing that Evolution – from designers Dominic Crapuchettes, Dmitry Knorre, and Sergey Machin, and publisher North Star Games – was an excellent game. Problem is there’s no solo option, which is pretty much

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Om Nom Nom Review

The food chain isn’t the sort of thing I’d have considered as a theme in a board game geared towards children, but in the case of Om Nom Nom – from designer Meelis Looveer and publisher Brain Games – it

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APEX: TDBG – Stomping Grounds – What’s New, Different, and Possibly Better

Remember Apex: The Deck Building Game? Remember how much I adored it? Well last year Die-Hard Games launched a Kickstarter campaign for something called the “Stomping Grounds” expansion, along with three new playable predators and some much-improved packaging. It even

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Police Precinct (Second Edition) Review

Police Precinct – from designer Ole Steiness (who recently created the awesome Champions of Midgard) and publisher Common Man Games – is kind of a miraculous combination of elements that probably shouldn’t work all that well together, but somehow totally do. It

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The Village Crone Solitaire Review

The Village Crone is an okay solitaire game. A game for one to six players from designer Anne-Marie De Witt and publisher Fireside Games, it presents a decent enough puzzle with enough variation to keep you from seeing many repeats,

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Cthulhu Fluxx Review

Once upon a time, I loved Fluxx. Once upon a time, my board game experience was also limited to Monopoly, Life, and Munchkin. Many years and many board games later, my interest has cooled somewhat, and it seems that my

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