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Meltwater: A Game of Tactical Startvation
 
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Board Game Reviews M MasonSokol Updated May 22, 2019 599   0
Meltwater is a neat two player wargame about tactically trying to starve your opponent in the middle of the now nuclear wasteland of Antarctica
A Game of Thrones Board Game second edition
Articles U ubarose Updated May 22, 2019 753   0

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A Game of Thrones: The Board Game, based on the best-selling novel series A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin, was released by Fantasy Flight Games in 2003. It was considered ground-breaking for its combination of Euro and Amertrash mechanics, winning 3 Origin Awards in 2004 - Best Traditional Board Game, Best Board Game, and Best Board Game Design. The Game of Thrones TV series premiered in 2011, as did a revised 2nd edition of A Game of Thrones: The Board Game. This edition incorporated elements from previous expansions, as well as adding some new...
Monster Fight Club's Monster Terrain - Preview
 
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Board Game Reviews MB Michael Barnes Updated May 23, 2019 978   0
No more insulation foam and aquarium plants - Monster Terrain is an excellent "easy" terrain option.
Retro Review: WWE Superstar Showdown
 
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Board Game Reviews A AndrewMcAlpine Updated May 23, 2019 661   0

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A look back at the greatest wrestling game that almost was.
Yellow and Yangtze Board Game Review
 
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Board Game Reviews W WadeMonnig Updated May 21, 2019 1130   2

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I'm not sure you can review Yellow & Yangtze without at least mentioning Tigris & Euphrates, so I'm not even going to attempt it. Both are designed by Reiner Knizia , both center around twin rivers and they share a majority of concepts and mechanisms. I am by no means aTigris & Euphrates aficionado: I'm more of a peripheral player. I thoroughly enjoyed all of my plays, I adored the strategy but I had to be honest with myself, it was always going to be a game that I played another person's copy of. I was simply never going...
Call to Adventure Board Game
 
3.0
Board Game Reviews E ecargo Updated May 21, 2019 1150   0

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Whether it’s spending hours staring at a character creation screen or rolling dice for just the right stats, there’s something about creating your own character that is so satisfying. You can’t help but wonder where that character will go and what story will unfold along the way. Call to Adventure gives you the opportunity to distill hours of storytelling while comfortably fitting into a weeknight evening.
You'd Make A Great Dungeon Master
Gaming Scene SI san il defanso Updated May 20, 2019 1445   0

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You may not think you have what it take to runs a game of Dungeons & Dragons, but you might just surprise yourself.
Path of Light and Shadow
 
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Board Game Reviews M MasonSokol Updated May 16, 2019 1496   0

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Path of Light and Shadow is, hands down, the most underrated game of the past couple of years. It is by no means perfect, but it may be one of my favorite games. It is a shame that just about no one has even heard about it.
Starcraft: The Board Game
Gaming Scene S Sagrilarus Updated May 16, 2019 1395   0

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Big Box.  No, BIG box.  And big play. 
Flamme Rouge Peloton Expansion Board Game Review
 
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Board Game Reviews W WadeMonnig Updated May 08, 2019 965   2

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*Cues up Queen* “I want to ride my bicycle I want to ride it where I like You say black, I say white You say bark, I say bite You say shark, I say: Hey, man Jaws was never my scene And I don't like Star Wars” I'm pretty sure Freddie meant the Prequels.
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