Reavers of Midgard – Kickstarter
Nov02

Reavers of Midgard – Kickstarter

Champions of Midgard sequel Reavers of Midgard is now live on Kickstarter with 17 days to go. It’s already smashed it goal and it seems only has one stretch goal to go (at time of writing). Can’t afford jumping on the Kickstarter? Fear not, the game is expected to hit retail once the Kickstarter fulfilment is completed. Check out the Kickstarter page for more...

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WizKids pyramid builder K’uh Nah – News
Nov01

WizKids pyramid builder K’uh Nah – News

A new push-your-luck game is on the way from WizKids. K’uh Nah sees players trying to build the best / most perfectly shaped pyramid with certain block tiles. Avoid certain block tiles, collect the ones you want, making sure to place lighter blocks on top of heavier ones. Sounds super simple, might make for a good family game / filler / warmup. The US MSRP is $19.99 and it’s due out in mid March.

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Rob Daviau: Betrayal at House on the Hill Legacy – Interview
Oct31

Rob Daviau: Betrayal at House on the Hill Legacy – Interview

I love board games that are able to incorporate story and for me, Betrayal at House on the Hill is one of the best. Rob Daviau was one of the designers of the original game, but since then has spent a considerable amount of time perfecting his “Legacy System” that has become one of the most revolutionary mechanics in board gaming. Among its success is Pandemic Legacy which skyrocketed to number 1 on Board Game Geek forum a...

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Night of the Living Dead Zombicide – News
Oct30

Night of the Living Dead Zombicide – News

Want to feel old, it’s been Fifty years since George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead essentially created the zombie genre. Zombie games are a mainstay of board gaming these days and a new one is on the horizon. CMON is bringing this classic story to the Zombicide universe, with Night of the Living Dead: A Zombicide Game. As you know – if you’re a regular reader here – we don’t tend to rewrite another...

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Luxor – TL;DR Review
Oct29

Luxor – TL;DR Review

Luxor from Queen Games is a board game that sees players hunting for treasure at the great temple of Luxor in Egypt. Using a mixture of hand-management, set collection and a cool modular board, Luxor has some clever gameplay mechanics, including beginning with only two adventurers and unlocking others as the game progresses. You can also change the board slightly during play, thus messing up other players turns (or them yours). You...

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L.A. Crimes expansion for Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game – News
Oct26

L.A. Crimes expansion for Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game – News

If you got caught up in the hype and purchased Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game, more longevity is on the way with Portal Games announcing Detective: L.A. Crimes, the first campaign expansion This expansion consists of three separate cases, that come together to form a full story. Travel to sunny California, and delve deep into the drug-filled Los Angeles of the 80’s. Experience being an L.A. detective, and realize that sometimes,...

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Mice and Mystics Dreamworks movie – News
Oct25

Mice and Mystics Dreamworks movie – News

Heads up Mice and Mystics fans, your dreams may be about to come true, Dreamworks is looking at a movie adaptation of the 2012 game. DreamWorks Animation is said to be in final negotiations to bring the popular RPG board game to the big screen, with “Alexandre Aja attached to direct and co-write the script with “Aquaman” scribe David Leslie Johnson. Vertigo Entertainment’s Roy Lee and Jon Berg are producing”. “Mice and...

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