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The Lurker at the Threshold

So the seventh Arkham Horror expansion was released recently; the fourth of the “small box” expansions. Having played with it a few times now, I believe it is the best of the small boxes, but I have to admit that’s not necessarily saying much… Much as I love Arkham Horror and the system as a whole, I’ve never been a huge fan of the small box expansions.

Railways of the World: The Card Game

This review was first published by EndersGame at http://boardgamegeek.com/thread/554568 and is reproduced here with the author’s permission. This is what Ticket To Ride The Card Game should have been! Although this game has `Railways of the World’ in its title, it’s something that will arguably appeal especially to fans of the `Ticket to Ride’ series.…
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The Stars Are Right

One of the main themes in H.P. Lovecraft’s horrific tales was man’s tenuous grasp on his fragile sanity. It’s pretty safe to say that this theme is carried out splendidly in The Stars Are Right. You will lose sanity points. Resistance is futile. This brain-twisting diversion is a bit of a conundrum. It’s billed as…
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Lost Cities, by Michael Schroeder

For the daring and adventurous, there are many lost cities to explore. They are in the Himalayas, the ever-shifting sands of the desert, the Brazilian rain forest, ancient volcanoes and in Neptune‚Äôs Realm. With limited resources the players must choose which expeditions to begin. Those with high confidence may want to up the stakes: increasing…
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