Review

Red Rising, Red Falling

Whenever Jamey Stegmaier releases a new game, it’s an event. Love or hate his designs, you must respect the amount of passion and production he puts into his company and his board games.

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Review

I’m never playing Arboretum again

As a reviewer, I make sure to play a game 3 or more times before a review. This depends on the game, as heavier games take a lot more plays before I’m comfortable enough to say I’ve seen all their nooks and crannies. With Arboretum, I’ve played it once, and I’m never playing it again.

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Review

Is Word Domination the new Scrabble?

A lot of the older games have found their modern day replacements. No more Monopoly, we have Settlers of Catan. No more Trouble, we have King of Tokyo. But what about Scrabble? Could a game about evil villains stealing the worlds most prized possessions take on the reigning champion?

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Review

Roll dice and build wonders in Unearth

We are living in a golden age of board games. There are literally thousands of games being created and released every year. It’s only fitting that some great games get overlooked, and buried under the sheer amount of plastic and cardboard produced. But what kind of board game do we find when we unearth… Unearth.

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