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Sagrada: The Great Facades – Passion Expansion Review

A number of my friends traveled to Spain this summer, and I marveled at the pictures they took of the Sagrada Família in Barcelona, with its breathtaking spires and iconic stained-glass windows. It’s a must-see for anyone passing through the city. One of the defining features of the Sagrada Família is the three grand façades, […]

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Castles of Burgundy iOS Review

Digidiced is one of the forerunners of the board game-to-app movement. They’ve created some of our favorite apps including Patchwork, Agricola, and Cottage Garden. But today we are looking at their implementation of the Stefan Feld classic Castles of Burgundy, which has long been one of my favorite board games. Let’s take a look at […]

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Marvel Contest of Champions: Battlerealm

We’ve seen our favorite superheroes battle against dastardly villains on the big screen and even in other board games, but today they are fighting against each other. Taking its theme from comic series of the same name (and the subsequent mobile game) in Marvel Contest of Champions: Battlerealm, players will take the role of their […]

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Space Base Board Game Review

Stats: No. of players: 2-5 Amount of time to play: 45-60 min Age requirements: 14+ Set-up time: minimal Space Base is a dice rolling, engine-building game. You need to score 40 victory points first to win. Space Base Rules Description: All players start Space Base with a set group of ships numbered one to twelve. You earn gold to buy ships or outposts that replace your starting ships. Any ship that is replaced is flipped over and stuck under your player board. On each player’s turn they roll two six-sided dice. Then all players can assign the sum or each individual die to their ships. One your turn you use the ships on your player board. On other people’s turns you use the ships tucked under your player board. Most ships get you gold, income or VPs. But some have special abilities. When you buy ships they can be of three different levels. Ships in level one are the cheapest and least powerful. The higher level ships get you better things but are more expensive. A ship’s special ability can let you incr

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Hippo Review

When it comes to hippos and board games, I can’t imagine any game beating out Hungry Hungry Hippos for the most well-known of the genre. However, that didn’t dissuade publisher Helvetiq from coming out with their own Hippo themed board game appropriately titled… Hippo. Can it dethrone the long-reigning king? Let’s find out. Hippo is a […]

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