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Ave Roma Review

Rome. The greatest empire in the world. As a vassal of Rome with nothing to your name, the only direction to go is up. With a unique worker placement mechanism and meaty gameplay, Ave Roma might be your next favorite Euro game...

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Dome Crushers Review

Dome Crushers is a head to head, 24 card battle royale, with MtG quality artwork. Can Floodgate Games pull off a microgame? Find out in our review!

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Burger Up review

In the land of fast food, the burger is king. Not just royalty, but the undisputed, heavyweight, champion of food on the go. Burger Up is looking take the crown. Read our review to find out if it succeeds!

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Village of Legends Review

Do you enjoy deckbuilders? How about fantasy role-playing? From wielding powerful weapons to face down fearsome beasts to acquiring spells, treasure, and mystical artifacts - Village of Legends has it all. Read our review to...

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Jump Drive Review – Thomas Lehmann

Can you build an intergalactic empire, and prepare to jump to light speed faster than your opponents? Come check out our review of Race for the Galaxy’s little brother, Jump Drive.

Archmage Origins Review – Dave Killingsworth

The mages of Sorcado are in a constant struggle for power. Only by gathering the strongest creatures and minions can one of them hope to emerge as the most powerful mage in the realm. Can you become that mage? Read our review of...

Nantucket Review – Nathaniel Levan

In today’s 2-player spotlight, we talk about Nantucket. Inspired by its bigger sibling, New Bedford, this tiny microgame about town building and whaling packs a lot of punch! Read our review to find out more!

Battle for Biternia Review – Chris Faulkenberry

With board games on the rise in popularity, is there a place for video games to cross over? Read our review of Battle for Biternia to find out how well a MOBA like League of Legends translates into the board game realm!

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Lost Cities Review – Reiner Knizia

In today’s 2-player spotlight, we talk about Lost Cities. This deceptively simple card game has players using cards to go on expeditions to exotic locations. But hidden beneath that simple veneer is a game bubbling with...