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Podcast Episode – The RPG Interview Room – Adventures in the East Mark with Extra-Dimensional Publishing

By Paco Garcia Jaen If you’re not tired of hearing me to on about it, please let me give you another reason to be. I have *loved* Aventuras en la Marca del Este – Adventures in the East Mark – since I saw it printed for the first time in 2010. I bought two copies…
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Tobynstein

This game comes from a Spanish company called Homo Ludicus(yes, yes… I can also make tons of jokes about the name and no, none of them were that funny) and, although you wouldn’t be blamed for not knowing them, they have a very impressive catalogue of games! And they are all in Spanish and English, with very decent translation, so nothing to fear regarding the country of origin.

Unboxing: Air Show

By Paco Garcia Jaen Last year, at Spiel, this game took the Boardgame Geek ranks by storm to the point that the publishers, Gen X, run out of copies to sell two days before the show ended. Quite a nice problem to have! I managed to get my hands on one copy at last on…
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Unboxing: Aventuras en la Marca del Este Campaign Setting

La Marca del Este, published by Holocubiertain Spain is trying just that. From its origins, the gorgeous art and the evocative and dangerous setting has mixed very well with a mechanics system that, although simplistic by today’s standards, really shines with players who want a more raw and unadulterated RPG experience.

Aquelarre review

Medieval times sucked. Make no mistake. Living in the middle ages was horrible horrible horrible. For starters you didn’t have boardgames, role playing games and barely a few card games. Social Security was a joke. Public transport was atrocious. The tax system total chaos. Oh, and Internet connection was just not right. Not nice!