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Matt Carlson: Gen Con 2022 – I to P

As we move through the alphabet (no, not Alphabet the megacorporation) of publishers, today will be quite a mix of light and heavy, light and dark themes, read it with the light on or off, or if you’re tired of … Continue reading

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Matt Carlson: Gen Con 2022 – D to H

Another day, another report.  Some exciting stuff announced and hinted at, which as is traditional, I buried near the end of the report.  Lots of good games here, and while parenting continues to put a bit of a crimp on … Continue reading

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International Gamers Awards Announces Its Nominated Games for 2022

The International Gamers Awards (IGA) just announced their nominated games for 2022.  The IGA jury gives awards for the following three categories:  Best Multiplayer Experience, Best 2-Player Experience, and Best Solo Experience.  Here are this year’s nominees, together with each … Continue reading

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Dale Yu: Review of Color Code

Color Code Designers: Julien Gupta, Johannes Berger Publisher: Chili Island Players: 2-6 Age: 14+ Time: 30 minutes Played with copy provided by publisher Chili Island is a new imprint, one that focuses on family games – from the company page … Continue reading

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Dale Yu: Review of Dead Reckoning

Dead Reckoning Designer: John D Clair Publisher: AEG Players: 1-4 Age: 14+ Time: 120 minutes Played with preview copy provided by AEG As advertised on their original Kickstarter campaign – Dead Reckoning is: “The 4X Swashbuckling Adventure Game you’ve been … Continue reading

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Gaming Recap – Gulf Games

The Ybor City neighborhood of Tampa has flocks of street chickens just roaming around. I recently spent a few days playing games at Gulf Games, an invite-only gaming event held twice a year. It moves all around the Southeastern US, … Continue reading

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