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Ion: A Compound Building Game | Preview

Apr 09, 20151 Comment3083 Views

We preview Ion a card drafting game for 2-7 scientists where you are attempting to draft different element cards to create a variety of ionic

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Wizard Dodgeball | Preview

Mar 12, 2015No Comments2578 Views

If you can dodge a wrench you can dodge a ball. But can you dodge a spell too? We review Wizard Dodgeball a fast paced

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Steam Park | Review

Aug 19, 2014No Comments13053 Views

Come one, come all, to the Roboburg Carnival! It's the best day of the year; the robot workers have the day off and they're looking

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Gravwell: Escape from the 9th Dimension | R...

Apr 22, 2014No Comments9635 Views

Can you harvest enough fuel from nearby asteroids and navigate your ship home, or will you fight against the physics of this strange universe, only

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Letters from Whitechapel | Review

Apr 04, 20141 Comment40352 Views

Will you become an investigator, working to rid the city of this monster? Or, will you step into the shoes of a killer and try

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Gaming for Two, Part One

Mar 26, 2014No Comments12365 Views

In this latest blog post, Buns reflects on what's good in the land of two-player games.

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The Duke | Review

Feb 26, 2014No Comments9868 Views

This two-player abstract strategy game has its roots in classic games like Chess, but brings a few unique mechanics to the table that make for

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Blueprints | Review

Feb 22, 2014No Comments71199 Views

A creative spin on dice games, Blueprints will have you drafting and assembling your dice into a miniature structure. Compete with up to 3 other

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City of Remnants | Review

Feb 11, 2014No Comments4169 Views

In a city controlled by an oppressive alien race, your chances of survival depend on the tech you can scrape up and the muscle you

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Prosperity | Review

Feb 03, 2014No Comments3535 Views

To become the most prosperous nation of the not-so-distant future, you must strike a balance between corporate cash-grabbing and environmental preservation, as you compete with