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The Sherlock Files: Elementary Entries Review

In our The Sherlock Files: Elementary Entries review, we take a look at a cooperative crime-solving game from Indie Boards and Cards. The post The Sherlock Files: Elementary Entries Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.

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Alien Artifacts: Breakthrough Expansion Review

“Here. Review this,” said….Andrew? He briefly glanced up from a significant pile of wooden cubes to hand me the newest expansion to Alien Artifacts (review of the core game here), Alien Artifacts: Breakthrough. “Where is Tony?” I asked as I took the game from his hands. “Uhhh….you saw him leave. He pulled his best Matthew […]

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Cthulhu: The Great Old One Review

PUNY MORTALS! It is I, the GREAT CTHULHU once again in your electronic presence. The human Tony has again summoned me from my slumber in R’lyeh to review games of human interest. For those of you unfamiliar with my great works, feast your sanity on my previous reviews of Necronomicards, Pocket Madness, All Manor of […]

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Beatdown: Streets of Justice Review

In our Beatdown: Streets of Justice review, we take a look at a cooperative push-your-luck fighting game from Matt Barr and Piston City Games. The post Beatdown: Streets of Justice Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.

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Dragonrealm Review

Gamewright is a publisher with extensive experience in kids games and lighter weight card games. They typically bring to market family friendly themes and ultrabasic gameplay with just a drop of heavier “gamer” decision making. Dragonwood, their 2015 title that featured card+dice play with adventurers out to capture creatures was a success that has now […]

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Dragon Keepers Review

In our Dragon Keepers review, we take a look at a fantasy card and dice game from Vital Lacerda, Catarina Lacerda, and Knight Works. The post Dragon Keepers Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.

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