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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 →
Deduction games have long been a part of the hobby, and a prominent one at that. Classic deduction games include Clue (1949), Scotland Yard (1983), Code 777 (1985), and countless others. Many of us at The Opinionated Gamers absolutely love … Continue reading →
There’s a bit of a down feeling about the hobby these days: everybody is understandably worried about Gen Con and Essen being cancelled, and a few games are being delayed. But I’m feeling pretty confident that this is going to … Continue reading →
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 →