Tag Archives: Renegade Game Studios

Wreckland Run: A Solo Gamer Preview

Wreckland Run is a tower defense game… if the tower was barreling down a dirt road at 60+ mph while being fired upon by the cast of all four Mad Max movies and a couple of scary refugees from a … Continue reading

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“Transform & Roll Out!” – First Impressions of the Transformers Deck-Building Game

Sadly, I was past the age of childish enjoyment in 1984 to be totally stoked (ha) about the appearance of toy vehicles that transformed into giant robot mechs… and the less said about the visually stunning but utterly vapid Michael … Continue reading

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Not Flynn’s Arcade: A First Look At Pulsarcade for Clank! In! Space!

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away (yep, 2019), I wrote about what I called the Clank-iverse and my general love for the game and all its expansions. As a part of that article, I noted that … Continue reading

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Hadrian’s Wall: A Solo Review

Someday, I’ll actually get to England and see Hadrian’s Wall for myself… but until that point, I’m stuck with surfing the Web to find pictures. For the uninformed, many parts of what remains of the Wall look like overly thick … Continue reading

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Warp’s Edge: A Solo Gamer Review

In one of those weird twists of fate, I love board and card games with a science-fiction theme… but I don’t read a lot of science fiction books any more. (Back in high school, I devoured the first three Dune … Continue reading

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Renegade Fall Virtual Convention (Game Convention Thoughts by Brandon Kempf)

A couple years ago, if you had talked to anyone who played games with me and asked them my favorite publisher, they would have easily been able to answer. It was Renegade Games. I love the Clank! Universe and the … Continue reading

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