Tag Archives: Wolfgang Kramer

Camp Capstone (Online Convention Thoughts by Brandon Kempf)

On August 15th and 16th of 2020, the year of the pandemic, I had the pleasure of attending Camp Capstone, an online convention hosted by Capstone Games. I had attempted to take some time and attend GenCon Online, but there … Continue reading

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Brandon Kempf – Three Games Lightweight Anticipation

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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Surviving the Purge: Downforce (Game Review from Brandon Kempf)

Designers: Wolfgang Kramer, Rob Daviau & Justin D. Jacobson Artists: Tavis Coburn & Michael Crampton Publisher: Restoration Games Players: 2-6 Playing Time: 30 Minutes Times Played: 11 What do you get when you combine an auction, racing and gambling? Well … Continue reading

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Ghosts of the Moor (Game Review by Brandon Kempf)

Designers: Wolfgang Kramer & Michael Kiesling Artists: Scott Hartman & Nate Call Publisher: Tasty Minstrel Games Players: 2-5 Time: 20-30 Minutes Times Played: 3 (copy provided by Tasty Minstrel Games) A roll-and-move game from the famed design team of Kramer … Continue reading

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Brandon Kempf: Three Games – Three Older Euros

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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