Author Archives: Brandon Kempf

Spiel Digital (Day 1 Brandon Kempf)

In an effort to kind of blog along with everything that is going on at Spiel in 2020, I’m trying my best to participate from home, which is kind of difficult as I am working while most of Spiel is … Continue reading

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Enigma Beyond Code (Game Review by Brandon Kempf)

Designers: Sergei Pritula Artists: N/A Publisher: CrowD Games Players: 1-5 Time: 15-60 Minutes Times Played: 2 times to three wins and a handful of random plays (Not played Solo) During World War II, the Germans were using the Enigma Cipher … Continue reading

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Brandon Kempf – Three Games of Essen 2020 (A little bit heavier this time, but not a lot)

I have a lot of games. A lot of games that are on my shelves, or on my table being played, that I have told myself that I want to review at some point. For one reason or another, this … Continue reading

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Renegade Fall Virtual Convention (Game Convention Thoughts by Brandon Kempf)

A couple years ago, if you had talked to anyone who played games with me and asked them my favorite publisher, they would have easily been able to answer. It was Renegade Games. I love the Clank! Universe and the … Continue reading

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Aqualin (Game Review by Brandon Kempf)

Designer: Marcello Bertocchi Artists: Sophie Rekasowski Publisher: Kosmos Players: 2 Time: 20 Minutes Times Played: 6 I love the Kosmos two player games lineup. My oldest daughter and I played hours of The Reef, Odin’s Ravens and yes, even Elk … Continue reading

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Brandon Kempf – Three Games of September

I have a lot of games. A lot of games that are on my shelves, or on my table being played, that I have told myself that I want to review at some point. For one reason or another, this … Continue reading

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