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Alpha Omega by Mind Storm Labs

I normally don’t add the publishers pitch to my reviews because usually they are overblown statements that end up disappointing. However this pitch is pretty accurate, apart from one subject. I will go into it in a bit.

Mindjammer–A new kind of Science Fiction

By Paco Garcia Jaen I will make this clear. I am not much into Science Fiction. I am a Fantasy guy. Tolkien, Feist, Weis, Martin… I like my dragons, magic, armours and all sort of fantasy things. I haven’t read a Science Fiction novel since I read “The Weavers of Hairs” (or however it was…
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Triune – Gamemaster’s Edition

Triune is a new Role-Playing game by Happy Bishop Games. This game can be termed futuristic, realistic fantasy. In this game religion has been outlawed, gates have been opened to two new universes that mankind has named ‘Heaven’ and ‘Hell’. It is the player characters responsibility to enforce the newly established rules and regulations concerning these two universes and our own interaction with them.

Non-Trivial Quest

Non-Trivial Quest is a game designed by Douglas Arduini, a now retired Electric Engineer from the USA with a vision to create an educational game since 1987. After retirement, he has been able to dedicate the time, energy and resources needed to finish the game that he came up with.

StarCraft: The Board Game detailed review

By Daniel Burgess Greetings all, thanks for taking some time to check out my review of Starcraft: The Board Game. I will review each component of the game, in broken down paragraphs and then give my over all opinion on the game. –COMPONENTS This game ships with plenty of components! No question that if someone…
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