Tag Archives: Kickstarter

Kohaku (Game Review by Brandon Kempf)

Designers: Danny Devine Artists: Danny Devine Publisher: 25th Century Games & Gold Seal Games Players: 1-4 Time: 30-45 Minutes Times Played: 3 Koi ponds are relaxing and can be quite beautiful. Unless of course you don’t like the smell of … Continue reading

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Three Sisters (Game Preview by Brandon Kempf)

Designers: Matt Riddle & Ben Pinchback Artists: Beth Sobel & Marlies Barends Publisher: Motor City Gameworks Players: 1-4 Time: 30-60 Minutes Times Played: 3 This is a preview of a game that is currently on Kickstarter. I was kindly allowed … Continue reading

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Castles of Mad King Ludwig Collector’s Edition: An Interview with Designer Ted Alspach and Developer Dale Yu

Introduction:  Castles of Mad King Ludwig Collector’s Edition recently launched on Kickstarter, and has already been a big success, with the game being fully funded and having received pledges totaling almost a million dollars.  But there are still several days to … Continue reading

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Return to the Core Worlds: Empires and Nemesis

Once you’ve conquered the core worlds… what happens next? “Winning is easy; governing is harder.” No, No, Not Yet Butch: [Walks back, and Harvey tenses to begin the fight] No, no, not yet. Not until me and Harvey get the … Continue reading

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Feed the Kraken (Game Preview by Chris Wray)

Designer:  Maikel Cheney, Dr. Hans Höh, Tobias Immich Publisher:  Funtails Artists: Hendrik Noack, James Churchill Players:  5-11 Ages:  12 and Up Time:  45-90 Minutes Feed the Kraken is a big box social deduction game that is launching on Kickstarter tomorrow.  … Continue reading

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An Interview with Chad DeShon of BoardGameTables.com

Series Note: This is the first in a series of interviews I’m doing with publishers and designers. With many game conventions cancelled, and the number of new releases already declining, I’m asking questions about what is coming out in the … Continue reading

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