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Imperial Settlers: Empires of the North First Thoughts Review

Imperial Settlers: Empires of the North is a stand-alone, spin-off game set in the “Imperial Settlers Universe”, and although it still hits all the major beats you’d expect from an Imperial Settlers game it has a different...rhythm.  It’s like a new, collaborative song from a well known band, you instantly know its them but its different enough to make you second guess what you are hearing.  Kind of like when Ed Sheeran did a song with Justin Beeber.  Except Empires of the North isn’t utter bollocks, in fact, it’s rather good.Read more »

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The Polyhedron Collider Cast Episode 65 - Jonathan Strange, Dice Hospital Expansions, Empires of the North

The boys from Polyhedron Collider are back with another generous helping of table top gaming chat, so slip into your elasticated conversation trousers and get your fill of board games and roleplaying games. Today Andy, Rory and Steve talk about English Magic in Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, go to the maternity wing in Dice Hospital Community Care and brave the North Sea in Imperial Settlers: Empires of the North.  We also have a quick quiz courtesy of Blockbuster from Pig Potato Games.Read more »

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Portal Games predstavio nove društvene igre na PortalCon 2019

Proteklog vikenda, Portal Games je okupio svoju vernu publiku u Poljskoj kako bi proslavili 20. rođendan, ali i najavili šta nas to sve očekuje u 2019. godini. A najava je poprilično. Čak deset novotarija su Trežvik i kompanija predstavili publici, od ekspanzija za popularne igre, novih izdanja, ali […]

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New to Us Games – November/December 2018

Finishing out the year with a few new games. It’s the first full year I’ve ranked my games, and I’m hoping to put together a list of favorite 2018 games soon. Chronicles of Crime – After demoing this at Dice Tower Con, we finally received our preorder. We love mystery games, and this is one of the best. Space Base –  I was surprised to love this engine and tableau builder as much as I did, and I haven’t played anything like it (such as Machi Koro). Don’t expect the theme to mean much, though. Fireball Island – Purely ridiculous press-your-luck game that the family loved. Railroad Ink – Loved this roll-and-write in which you build a railroad. We haven’t tried it with the expansions yet. Welcome to Dino World – We enjoyed this Tetris-style roll and write enough to back it. The dinosaur theme helps. A Tale of Pirates – We enjoyed this quick coop real time game in which you flip sand timers and fend off a pirate attack to play it 6 times o

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