Board Game Bloggers to Sink Your Teeth Into

The more I blog, the more I sway away from the bigger board game sites. Not that they’re bad, it’s just that there are so many people out there making fantastic board gaming content, and better suited to my tastes. There are going to be a few familiar faces here, but enjoy the fruits of my internet browsing!

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Village Pillage Review: Time to Turnip the Heat

It’s 2:00pm Friday, March 16th, 2018. I’m at my desk doing a business, when Janine from the front desk walks through the office with a large wooden crate. Danger, confidential, and top secret are printed in bold red font down the side. She puts it on my desk, complains about her back, and walks off. I wonder what this is, I didn’t have any packages arriving today, did I? People in the surrounding cubicles stand up and apply standard social pressure; anything to break up their 9 to 5.

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Muse Review: Finding Your Inspiration

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Muse is a 2-12 player party game designed by Jordan Sorenson and published by Quick Simple Fun Games. Players break up into teams and attempt to find a mugger in a line-up of gorgeous looking picture cards. Their only clue was given to them by a crazed passerby, who, for some reason, does nothing but hum the description of the thief. If the team can decipher the song and identify the correct villain, then that team moves one step closer to winning the game. Welcome to Muse.

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Red 7 Review: It’s not Uno

Red-7-Board-Game-Review-Box-artRed 7 is a 2-4 player card game designed by Carl Chudyk and Chris Cieslik and published by Asmadi Games. It’s a card game that’s seen Talladega Nights one too many times, as the rules are simple: if you’re not first you’re last. If at the end of your turn you’re not winning, you’re eliminated, with the winner being the last player still standing.

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