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More Gen Con 2021 coming your way. Only three letters today, but you’d be surprised how many publishers like “G”, “H.” I’ll say no more of that here. As always, any errors on dates, publishers, titles, (and spelling) are mine … Continue reading
The “roll ‘n write” genre is having a moment. Though the mechanic has existed for quite some time — I’d (perhaps controversially) describe Yahtzee as a roll ‘n write — the number of new title available has exploded in the … Continue reading
Day two at Gen Con has always been, at least for me, considerably more relaxed than the first day. I headed for the CMON booth early and grabbed Gizmos (for a buddy) and Railroad Ink, then did a final scan … Continue reading
Before we do anything else, I’d like to offer my semi-sincere apology for the title of this review. I’d love to blame someone else – but it’s all on me. With that out of the way, let’s take a closer … Continue reading