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Coming the Week of January 18th (17 Jan 2020)

First Impressions of Return to Dark Tower.
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Part 3 of The Others.
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Enter My Mind To See My Thoughts On Cerebria: The Inside World

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06 Dec 2019 01:00 #305022 by DavidNorris
The first thing you think of when someone describes Cerebria...

The first thing you think of when someone describes Cerebria is the movie Inside Out. They both take place in someone’s brain, and both have cute personifications of emotions. But that’s where the comparison stops, because one is targeted at young people and families, and the other is Cerebria.

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11 Dec 2019 13:24 #305023 by jpat
Thanks for the quality review. Despite having backed Trickerion, which I consider very good, and Anachrony, which I think is even better, I thought I'd probably be instabuy for everything Mindclash, but to date I've given Cerebria a pass. I find myself drawn more to complex Euros these days than when Cerebria was offered on Kickstarter, but at the time I found Cerebria intriguing but opaque. I think I'm finding that that's a hallmark of even good complex-Euro design. Maybe I'd have a higher tolerance for it now. But while I was intrigued by the theme, I'll note, idiosyncratically, that at least back when the campaign was running I didn't want to play a game in which Gloom (one of the two opposing forces) could win. It just seemed like a real bummer.
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