Tag: historical

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She Kills Monsters, a play by Qui Nguyen directed by Mike Fatum in support of Trans Lifeline and Mermaids UK

Interview with Mike Fatum and She Kills Monsters

She Kills Monsters is a play based on a journey of discovery sparked by a D&D adventure. She Kills Monsters is a comedic romp into the world of fantasy role-playing games. In this high-octane dramatic comedy laden with homicidal fairies, nasty ogres, and 90s pop culture, acclaimed playwright Qui Nguyen (“Raya and the Last Dragon”)…
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Podcast Episode – The Boardgame Interview Room: Rome – Rise to Power from Golden Egg Games

Rome: Rise to Power is another history based game, this time from Golden Egg Games, creators of City Council and Athlas Duel for Divinity and also with a nice twist: A trademarked mechanic system. It’s all in the podcast… Also very interesting is that this time the game is also going to be finished, printed,…
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Podcast Episode – The Boardgame Review Room; 1775: Rebellion

Academy Games and its charismatic leader are well known for producing historical games that are, as it happen, easy and fun to play without compromising on historic accuracy. In this case 1775 deals with the the start for the American Revolution after Britain imposes unwelcome new taxes. Yeah… that was me being understating. Anyway, there…
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Tough Justice

Tough Justice takes you back to the courtrooms of the Georgian era and The Bloody Code when even the most petty of crimes could see you dancing the Tyburn jig. The stakes don’t get any higher – life and death. Are you going to take the part of the prosecution, condemning the criminals to death,…
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