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MB Michael Barnes Updated January 07, 2019 1665 0
Digital game available now!
MB Michael Barnes Updated January 07, 2019 1366 0
The fine folks at Tasty Minstrel games sent over a package of some of their most recent titles so let's have a look at Harvest, Exodus Fleet, and Pioneer Days, shall we?
A AndrewMcAlpine Updated January 07, 2019 1166 0
Hi! Welcome to the factory. Here’s your station--now get to work.
W WadeMonnig Updated January 07, 2019 1135 2
The latest in "What the hell does this guy like?" series. My current favorite party game is Cash N' Guns (2nd Edition).
W WadeMonnig Updated January 07, 2019 2163 2
One of the first questions I always get once someone finds out that I am “Into” Board games is “What is your favorite game?” The last few years my answer has been, without hesitation, Matagot’s Kemet.
MB Michael Barnes Updated January 24, 2019 1641 0
"You suddenly regret playing the worst game of 2018. THE END."
MB Michael Barnes Updated January 07, 2019 1434 0
Like a Rainbow in the Dark.
U ubarose Updated January 07, 2019 2670 0
Arkham Horror is it's own universe, inspired by, but distinct from the Lovecraft Universe.
MB Michael Barnes Updated January 07, 2019 5144 0
Just played Villainous with my kids. I am flabbergasted. Saying that this is Wonder Forge’s best game doesn’t do it justice because it stands up with the best designs out there. It’s a beautifully executed, completely unique game and if you love Disney...they pulled out all the stops to make it FEEL like classic Disney.
U ubarose Updated January 07, 2019 4469 0
I hosted our game group's Saturday game day for the first time since the fire. Francie Pants finally kicked me in the tush and made it happen. This kick also forced us to deal with finally getting the big-ass table up to the game room. Fortunately Joey Joe Joe the drummer stopped by Wednesday as Engineer Al and I were puzzling over how to get this table up two flights of switch-back stairs, and declared that that it would be a piece of cake compared to hauling around 90 inch TVs, which is something he does on the regular...