Tag Archives: Kosmos

GenCon 2017 Mega Rundown – H to Z

Post number 2 of my main 2017 convention coverage. Once again I cover games, in rough alphabetical order by publisher, that inspired me enough to snap a few photos. *As always standard disclaimers apply. After learning the gist of the … Continue reading

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GenCon 2017 Mega Rundown – Kids

Women and children first, well children anyway.  This year’s barrage of GenCon photos starts with all the games that I deemed best fit for kids, and there were a lot of them this year (mostly thanks to HABA and Peaceable … Continue reading

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Imhotep (Game Review by Chris Wray)

Designer: Phil Walker-Harding Publisher:  KOSMOS Players:  2 – 4 Ages:  10 and Up Time:  40 Minutes Times Played:  > 3 In Imhotep, players are master builders in Ancient Egypt, using ships to transport stone blocks to various building sites. Imhotep … Continue reading

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Lost Cities

Design by Reiner Knizia Published by Kosmos 2 Players, 30 mintues Review by Greg J. Schloesser Lost Cities was first published back in 1999.  I vividly remember my first encounter with the game, which was that same year at Gulf … Continue reading

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Dohdles!

Design by Klaus Teuber Published by Kosmos 3 – 6 Players, 45 minutes Review by Greg J. Schloesser I enjoy a good party game, one that can get a lot of folks involved and where the emphasis is placed on … Continue reading

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