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Revolution of 1828 Review

Stefan Feld’s name carries a lot of weight in board game circles. He’s basically board game royalty. He’s designed classics like Castles of Burgundy, Trajan, and Notre Dame. He continues to create new games that are warmly received, like last year’s Carpe Diem. These eurogames are often described as “point salad” games where you score […]

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Bizarre Bazaar Review

“Tokens and treasures, yesterdays pleasures Cheap imitations of heirlooms of old Dented and tarnished, scarred and unvarnished In old Portobello they’re bought and they’re sold” ~Portobello Road, Bedknobs and Broomsticks The punters are flush with cash, and you are flush with all manner of delights and curiosities to catch their eye. In Bizarre Bazaar, two […]

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Harry Potter Hogwarts Battle: Defence Against the Dark Arts Review

Harry Potter Hogwarts Battle: Defence Against the Dark Arts is a two-player deck builder based the fantastical Wizarding World from J.K. Rowling. This is a competitive deck-building game for two players, played over a variable number of rounds. Albus Dumbledore has authorized practical Defence Against the Dark Arts lessons to ensure that students are prepared […]

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Watergate Review

On June 17, 1972, 5 men were arrested breaking into the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate office complex. What followed was a scandal led to the discovery of multiple abuses of power by members of the Nixon administration, which eventually led to Nixon’s resignation. The Watergate scandal—I’ll spare you the Watergate-gate jokes, but […]

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Shobu Review

To define what makes a game fall into the “abstract strategy” category is strangely difficult. Ancient classics like Go and Chess are clearly abstracts that have been played throughout history. In today’s modern board gaming environment we often find otherwise abstract games given a glossy coat of theme—Santorini and Hive come immediately to mind. But […]

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Tides of Time iOS Review

Back in 2015, publisher Portal Games brought us the innovative card drafting game, Tides of Time. This two-player only game was a set collection game that roped you in with its stellar artwork. While I still much prefer its follow-up, Tides of Madness, I was nevertheless excited to see it coming to our tablets. Now […]

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