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Brandon Kempf – Three Games of June

June 2020. Not sure in the long run if it’s really a month to remember,  but there was some gaming involved. We started to have some normalcy around, even hosted a game night with three others invited. That’s really the … Continue reading

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Surviving the Purge: Indigo (Game Review by Brandon Kempf)

Designer: Reiner Knizia Artists: Eckhard Freytag, Walter Pepperle, Stefan Wingen & Betty Yao Publisher: Ravensburger Spieleverlag GmbH Players 2-4 Time: 30 Minutes Plays: 22 By 2013, my family and I were playing a lot more board games. It had become … Continue reading

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Brandon Kempf: Three Games – Three In My Quiver (Travel Games)

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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Chris Wray: What I Enjoyed Playing in February 2019…

This is the February entry for my series where I post five games I enjoyed playing in the past month that I didn’t have time to do full reviews of.  As always, I limit it to five titles, of which there’s a … Continue reading

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The Rise of Queensdale (Spoiler Free Review by Chris Wray)

Designer: Inka Brand & Markus Brand Publisher: alea, Ravensburger Spieleverlag GmbH Players: 2-4 Ages: 12 and Up Time: 45-60 Minutes Times Played: 20 (Entire Campaign) The Rise of Queensdale is a competitive legacy game from famed design duo Inka and … Continue reading

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The Castles of Burgundy: The Card Game

Designer: Stefan Feld Publisher:  alea / Ravensburger Players:  1 – 4 Ages:  12 and Up Time:  30-60 Minutes Times Played:  3 A Card Game Version of Stefan Feld’s 2011 Hit This year marks the fifth anniversary of Stefan Feld’s The … Continue reading

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