Co-Op Game


Carnival Zombie: Second Edition Preview

Note: This preview uses pre-release components and rules. What you see here may be different from the final, published game. Back in what feels like forever ago, a small game company released an innovative coop game called Carnival Zombie. While not without its issues (the rulebook being a major one), I found it to be […]

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Chronicles of Crime Review

Investigation games are no stranger to our tabletops. From Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective to Time Stories the recent outpouring of escape room games, we have plenty of options when the mood strikes to solve a crime. With their newest offering to the genre, publisher Lucky Duck Games seeks to embrace modern technology with their app […]

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Mini DiverCity Review

“One of the first conditions of happiness is that the link between man and nature shall not be broken.” —Leo Tolstoy DiverCity boasts a beautiful natural ecosystem, a diverse animal population thriving in a healthy coral reef. Unfortunately, corporations are starting to move in, threatening to exploit its natural resources. Your team hopes to convince […]

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Team Up Review

If you’ve never stacked a pallet before, there is something immensely satisfying about having it be a perfect, uniform shape. Having no boxes jutting out or gaps showing is a thing of beauty. For those of you that have never worked around pallets but always dreamed of stacking one (do those people exist?), you’re in […]

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Too Many Bones: Undertow Review

“Here. Review this,” said Tony, who absent mindedly tossed me the topic of my review, Too Many Bones: Undertow, so he could return to alphabetizing his extensive Care Bears collection. I enjoyed Too Many Bones, so I could not deny Tony’s demand. In fact, I was excited to dive into this game, wondering if it […]

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Renegade Review

Phil Eklund is a game designer who enjoys producing complex games. Usually the physical mechanisms are not so complex, but the intricacies to arrive at decisions and compare options are heavily burdened with jargon and references to subsections of rules that require multiple attempts at analysis. This activity alone creates a certain feel to the […]

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