Tag Archives: Bezier Games

What Should One Do With a Stimulus Check?

In the United States there happens to be a lot of news covering the U.S. government passing a 1.9 trillion dollar COVID relief bill and people getting a “Stimulus Check.”  I’ve read a number of articles making suggestions of what … Continue reading

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Maglev Metro (Game Review by Chris Wray)

Designer:  Ted Alspach Publisher:  Bezier Games Artists:  Alanna Kelsey, Ollin Timm Players:  1 – 4 Ages:  14 and Up Time:  90 Minutes Times Played: > 5 (On Review Copy from Publisher) In Maglev Metro each player acts as a modern … Continue reading

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Whistle Mountain (Game Preview by Chris Wray)

 Designer:  Scott Caputo & Luke Laurie Publisher:  Bezier Games Artists:  Mila Harbar & Taylor Bogle Players:  1 – 6 Ages:  12 and Up Time:  60-90 Minutes Whistle Mountain is a worker placement game designed by Scott Caputo and Luke Laurie.  … 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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Silver Dagger (Game Review by Chris Wray)

Designer: Ted Alspach Publisher: Bezier Games Players: 2 – 4 Ages: 14 and Up Time: 45 Minutes Times Played: > 10 (On Review Copy from the Publisher) Silver Dagger is the fourth game in the hit Silver line of fast-playing … Continue reading

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Chris Wray: What I Enjoyed Playing in July & August 2020

This is the July and August entry for my series where I post five games I enjoyed playing in the past month for which I didn’t have time to do full reviews.  As always, there’s a combination of old and … Continue reading

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