Suburban dispute was another discovery from Spiel that I was attracted to because I like silly games sometimes (well, OK… often).
In this case, Jamoma Games brings us a game of back-stabbing and gangster families fighting with each other for the… err…. for whatever, it doesn’t matter because fighting between gangsters is always a good ting to do and we love it.
The box feels pretty nice, but, of course, it’s the content that truly matter and in this case we take a look at the inside of this game to see if the content is worth the amount of money you have to pay to get your hands on it.
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Anyone who likes cool TV would have heard of Thunderbirds, the series set an incredible precedent on TV decades ago and it has remained an icon and a milestone to date with a massive following of dedicated fans. Now those fans, and more people yet to become fans, are going to have the chance to become Thunderbirds themselves and work together to save the world from the nefarious plans of The Hood, who won’t make the task easy.
And neither has Matt Leacock, the designer of the Thunderbirds game that Modiphius will publish as soon as the Kickstarter campaign is over.
In this episode of Dice & Slice we show you how the game plays and talk to publisher Chris Birch about the plans for the Thunderbirds game, it’s strengths and more.
To make sure you have as much time to play the game as possible, this episode features two recipes that take mere minutes to prepare without compromising on taste.
The main course is a Lemon Roast Chicken that takes less than 10 minutes to prepare and is ready in the time it’ll take you to save the world a few times. You can download the recipe here.
For dessert, a recipe for Vegan Brownies that will have everyone around you amazed at how incredible something without eggs or milk taste. Download the recipe here.
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Historia, Fallen City of Karez, Alliances, City Council, Florenza: The card game…
And they’ve had some seriously great successes in Kickstarter with Athlas – Duel for Divinity, a two players game in which each player takes the role of a god-like being taking a test of adulthood to gain access back to paradise.
I got together with chief designer and overall ruler of the company to find out what else they’ve been up to and what we can expect in the future.
Admittedly, that is not enough to sway my liking a company or not. And certainly not enough for me to like or dislike their games more or less.
Also, we’re talking about Eggertspiele here… they have some amazing games.
And they are one really friendly and lovely company and I can’t mean this enough. Seriously. Next time you go to Spiel give them a go. Tell them we sent you and they will treat you very well, play games with you and make you feel welcome.
And if you don’t believe me, watch this interview!
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