Onirim vs. Onirim – How do the 1st and 2nd Editions Stack Up?

Onirim is where it all began, back in 2010. From designer Shadi Torbey, publisher Z-Man Games, and featuring the wonderful artwork of Elise Plessis, it was the first title in the now four games strong Oniverse series. Last year Z-Man

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Gregory Horror Show – Collectible Game Experience Review

If movies, books, and games have taught me anything about spooky mansions, it’s that we should never ever spend any time in them. They’re full of traps, monsters wander the halls, and all sorts of other unspeakable horror awaits. If

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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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Firefly: The Game Review

 Rob: Today we’re taking Gameosity out into The Black with Firefly: The Game – a wild west-ish space adventure based on Joss Whedon’s TV series, from developer John Kovaleski and publisher Gale Force Nine. Being a licensed game it’s, of

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Yu-Gi-Oh! Dice Masters Review

Today, Gameosity is throwing down with Dice Masters. Specifically Yu-Gi-Oh Dice Masters, from designers Eric M. Lang and Mike Elliot, and Wizkids. It’s an interesting approach to a collectible two-player dueling game that calls to mind both Quarriors and a

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Super Fantasy Rumble Review

 Rob: Today, Gameosity is throwing down with Super Fantasy Rumble; a 2-4 player tactical game/all out brawl from designers Luis and Miguel Lugo, and publisher Passion Project Studios. It’s kind of a What If battle royale between teams of archetypal action characters (some

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Elevenses Review

Rob: Today, Gameosity is going to show you a card game called Elevenses, from designer David Harding and published by Grail Games. It’s a game about cutthroat strategy. A game where you and your opponents will constantly ruin each others’

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