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JL Josh Look Updated January 24, 2019 1139 0
Don't let the cuteness fool you.
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MT Matt Thrower Updated January 24, 2019 4673 0
Crytpid isn't out yet, but nevertheless, it sits on the table, a cryptic puzzle: at once real and unreal. Of course, it draws players like a honeypot. "I've heard about this!" "How did you get it?" "Have you read the rules yet?"
MB Michael Barnes Updated January 25, 2019 4827 0
A stunning Kill Team expansion unlike any other Games Workshop release to date.
A AndrewMcAlpine Updated January 25, 2019 1186 0
In Space, No One Can Hear You Think.
JL Josh Look Updated September 05, 2018 923 0
Not quite overwhelmed with its own greatness.
MT Matt Thrower Updated September 02, 2018 2247 0
It's called Spy Club but with the picture of sleuthing kids on the box, I keep calling it Spy Kids. My own kids admonish me every time I misname it. And I misname it a lot: it's obviously a family co-operative game, so we're sitting down to play it as a family.
MB Michael Barnes Updated August 30, 2018 2069 0
Time to bust out the mirrorshades once more.
W WadeMonnig Updated January 28, 2019 1179 2
Can Level 99 create CCG like Magic without all the hunting and gathering?
G GeekInsight Updated January 28, 2019 972 0
A stunning example of simple rules and (relatively) complex gameplay.