Tag: gameplay

Unboxing Defenders of the Realm

Found this game in a clearance trader at the UK Games Expo and I couldn’t help myself, I had to have it. The game is a bit damaged, though, son don’t think this is representative of the game you’d get. It’s just a bent corner of the board, though, so I think it was worth the money.

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Thunderstone Advance Play Session Review

First, a confession. I am late to the Thunderstone party. I played Thunderstone at the Games Expo last year and was very impressed. It was a quick and easy game to play with plenty of depth. Since then I kept meaning to pick a copy up but it didn’t happen. There have been a couple of base sets and several expansions, however this latest base set looks to clear up a lot of rules questions and advance the rules further, so it’s ideal time to crash the Thunderstone party.

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Zombie Survival–The Board Game Review

Have you ever noticed what life has become in the digital age, where many of us don’t know our neighbors’ names, and the use of text messaging is valued above actual conversation? Much of human interaction is now done through a machine interface, taking away a bit of humanity each time your crackberries and IPhones chime notifying you that you’ve got a new message.

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A Lone Banner

I recently got my order filled by Small Box Games, which included the new, and very fun, A Lone Banner. It’s a light wargame that looks very simple at first glance, but is surprisingly fun and is easily the quickest Small Box Games product to learn and play.

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Retribution

Retribution is extensively bookmarked for ease of reference; all the statblocks also have flavour-text describing the monsters/enemies as well as summaries of the obtainable treasure at the end of each part, making the adventure very easy and comfortable on the DM.

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Incursion Review

Incursion – Is It Wrong To Love Crushing Nazi Zombie Skulls? by =+=SuperflyTNT=+= I heard about this game on Fortress:Ameritrash via a review done by Michael Barnes, and I have to admit that I was a bit intrigued about a...

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Children of Orion: The Venu Sourcebook

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