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Video Interview – GenX at Spiel 2014

If something can be said about GenX Games is that they are uncompromising with their games. They publish what they like to publish and think it’s fun and, more often than not, they get it right! This past Spiel they came out with “The Possession”, a homage to the Evil Dead movie and its genre.…
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Northwest Adventure Passage

Another Spanish game that caught my eye and did it with good reasons. It has exploration, lovely artwork, it’s very thematic and it comes from GenX in Spain, a company that has delivered some truly impressive titles in the past.

The Northwest Passage is a sea route that lies between northern Canada and the North Pole, joining the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. The first expeditions took place after the discovery of America due to the need of the English to connect both coasts of the Americas to avoid edging the whole continent. However, it was not until the beginning of the 20th century when the adventurous spirit of sailors led them to discover this passage.

Spiel interviews–Episode 2

By Paco Garcia Jaen The second episode of the G*M*S Magazine videos with the interviews we conducted in Essen is now here and ready for you. In this show we have another 6 interviews with some of the best and most interesting companies and their products. Episode two of five from our travels to Spiel…
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The G*M*S Magazine Podcast–Spiel 2012 episode 2

The second episode of the G*M*S Magazine podcast with the interviews we conducted in Essen is now here and ready for you. In this show we have another 6 interviews with some of the best and most interesting companies and their products.

Total Rumble Review

I think I am reaching the conclusion that I like cards games a lot more than I thought. Don’t get me wrong, I am partial to an sort of games, and Ameritrash does get my attention more often than not. Can’t help it… miniatures, brightly coloured boards, tons of pieces. Even with near to impossible to understand mechanics and not very well written rules, I still like them.