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STATIC DAWN – OLDSCHOOL BIOPUNK RPG UNBOOKING REVIEW

Static Dawn is an oldschool biopunk RPG published by Frenzy Kitty games that takes minimal prep and reading time. You can buy Static Dawn from here: https://bit.ly/3yC7MV7 Static Dawn wants to bring us into a world where augmentations, corporations and decadence have brought a huge level of inequality to the world and ruined the livelyhoods […]

Card Game Review – Shephy

By Paco Garcia Jaen I believe there is no such thing as a dull theme for a game if the theme is well implemented. A lot of people dished Fleet for being a game about gathering a fishing fleet and yet love Terra Mystica even though the theme is pretty crap. Shephy goes some way […]

Card Game Review – Knee Jerk

By Paco Garcia Jaen Knee Jerk, an upcoming game by Knapsack Games is described as “The party game of instant reactions!” I have to say I found that slogan to be rather uninspiring. Party games that require instant reactions are ten a penny (or a dime… or whatever currency you like), so another one didn’t […]

Podcast Eposide – The Board Game review Room: Pixel Tactics

Pixel Tactics was released by one of my favourite companies, Level 99 a while ago to great success, but not enough because Level 99 deserve a lot of success. They have consistently released good quality games of a variety of styles and genres, including Roleplaying Games, card games and iPad games. Pixel Tactics is a […]

Podcast Episode – The Boardgame Review Room: Smash Up!

Smash Up, published by Alderac Entertainment Group in 2012, has seen quite a success for a card game that, by just reading its description, shouldn’t work. It sounds totally bonkers. Mix two decks of totally themes that you wouldn’t think of mixing, like Zombies and Fairies, give each Zombie and each Fairy an ability to […]

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