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Preview: Pack O Game 2

Perplext’s Pack O Game is back on Kickstarter. Following a very successful 2014 Kickstarter campaign that raised over $50,000 and allowed the …

Preview: A.D.A.P.T.

Remember when you were younger and you created animals like a Dolphsharktopus, combining all the best parts of dolphins, sharks and octopuses? …

Review: Card City

Trilogies are so common in movies nowadays, but the trend has not reached boardgames too often. Sure you get expansions that kind …

Review: Machi Koro

in my last two reviews I took a look at two of the three Spiel des Jahres (pronounced shpeel des yar-es) nominees …

Review: Colt Express

A game with a 3D train you say? A game where I can punch and shoot other players while robbing that said …

Review: Fields of Arle

It’s no secret that Uwe Rosenberg likes to design games about farming. From his earlier work with Bohnanza to his most popular …

Preview: Airborne Commander

One of my favorite shows of all time is Band of Brothers, an HBO miniseries following the 101st Airborne from D-day through …

Preview: Between Two Cities

Last October, at Essen Spielmesse, Ben Rosset asked if myself (along with a few others) would like to play test his game. …

Alchemists Box Cover

Review: Alchemists

Alchemist’s is a deduction game from Czech Games Editions, which utilizes Smart phone technology and worker placement mechanisms, where player’s take on …

Review: Viceroy by Hobby World

No leader of a government has ever taken control without people beneath them, lifting them to higher levels than they could get …

Dead Drop Game Box Cover

Preview: Dead Drop

Dead Drop is a game that involves elements of memory, deduction, and crafty maneuvering. As secret agents working for different organizations, players …

Five Tribes Box Art

Review: Five Tribes

Designed by Bruno Cathala, Five Tribes builds on a long tradition of German-style games that feature wooden meeples. Here, in a unique twist on the …

Review: Onirim

You are caught in a dream, trying to get out before you succumb to the nightmares. That is the basic premise of …

Preview: Fidelitas

Note: This post originally appeared over on my blog, The Ox Pen. It’s exactly what you see below. About a month ago, …