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Cards Against Humanity’s “Holiday Bullshit” Sells Out in Less Than 4 Hours

Cards Against Humanity’s “Holiday Bullshit” Sells Out in Less Than 4 Hours

I got an email today from the folks who make the excellent game Cards Against Humanity. Last year at around this time they sold a holiday expansion pack, which I purchased before I even got the retail version of the base game and the expansions. At 12:40 I got the email. I was in the […]

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Goodbye SC, Hello SC

Goodbye SC, Hello SC

For the last three and a half years my main video game has been StarCraft 2. I finished the main and expansion campaigns almost immediately, and the majority of my time has been spent playing against other players online. I played several thousand games, and if I had to make a rough estimation of 10 […]

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Quadropus Rampage Video Game Review

Quadropus Rampage Video Game Review

I review Quadropus Rampage, a fun game for Android and iOS. The game is free but you can accelerate your progress via in-app purchases.

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CoolerMaster Storm QuickFire TK LED Backlit Mechanical Keyboard Review

CoolerMaster Storm QuickFire TK LED Backlit Mechanical Keyboard Review

The Storm QuickFire TK LED Backlit Mechanical Keyboard by CoolerMaster is a great keyboard especially if you are a gamer who needs a smaller, more portable keyboard. Unfortunately I needed a full-sized keyboard, but you can blame the QuickFire for my inability to read.

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Zombicide: Season 2 Toxic City Mall Initial Review and First Impressions

Zombicide: Season 2 Toxic City Mall Initial Review and First Impressions

The Zombicide Season 2 Toxic City Mall expansion adds a lot of depth, zombies, survivors, and complexity to an already great game. Throw in dogs and you have a complex weaving of rules, excitement, and swearing.

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Bang! Card Game Review
By September 30, 20130 Comments Read More →

Bang! Card Game Review

Bang! is a good filler card game for mid-sized gaming groups, especially if your friends don’t take themselves too seriously.

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Space Alert Board Game Review
By September 24, 20132 Comments Read More →

Space Alert Board Game Review

Space Alert unfolds in real-time, but the mechanics are unusual and stressful enough that we’ve stopped playing it. Purchase at your own risk.

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Boogie Board 8.5-Inch LCD Writing Tablet Review
By September 12, 20130 Comments Read More →

Boogie Board 8.5-Inch LCD Writing Tablet Review

The Boogie Board is an LCD writing tablet that can be used to keep track of game scores, but it is also a mystical gateway for doodles and conversation.

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Kings of Tokyo Board Game Review

Kings of Tokyo Board Game Review

It can be difficult to find a game for up to six players that isn’t a “party” game like We Didn’t Play Test This At All or Cards Against Humanity or more serious, like Elder Sign or Citadels. Even more challenging is to find a game that is also good with fewer than the maximum […]

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Left Behind

Left Behind

We play a lot of board games over here. Every Sunday at the least, and frequently several times a week. This means that we try out a lot of new games. Some of them make the cut, and some of them don’t. What’s interesting, though, are games that decline from games that we used to […]

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