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Deseret News Game Review: “The Ancient World” is a fun strategic game of city-building and titans

Deseret News Game Review: “The Ancient World” is a fun strategic game of city-building and titans

Fred Manzo July 30, 2016 0

By Ryan Morgenegg, Deseret News: “The Ancient World board game is a journey of city-building, worker placement and set collection. The game is set in a world filled with growing civilizations and dangerous titans.

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Stuka Joe’s Video Review of “Dawn of the Zeds” (Third Edition)

Stuka Joe’s Video Review of “Dawn of the Zeds” (Third Edition)

Other May 14, 2016 2

(Now with new and improved spelling ! – Fred)

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NPR: After 40 Years, Dungeons & Dragons Still Brings Players To The Table

NPR: After 40 Years, Dungeons & Dragons Still Brings Players To The Table

Other November 13, 2015 0

NPR Staff:  “If you play today’s massively multiplayer online role-playing games — World of Warcraft or Final Fantasy,for example — you have a 1970s tabletop game to thank, says author Michael Witwer. Witwer has

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New (Third) Edition of “Fury of Dracula” Coming From Fantasy Flight Games

New (Third) Edition of “Fury of Dracula” Coming From Fantasy Flight Games

Other September 26, 2015 1

From Fantasy Flight Games:  Devils or No Devils, Or All the Devils At Once, It Matters Not; We Fight Him All the Same. Dr Abraham Van Helsing

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The Hobbit: The Defeat of the Evil Dragon Smaug – A Boardgaming Way Review

The Hobbit: The Defeat of the Evil Dragon Smaug – A Boardgaming Way Review

Mitch Freedman April 11, 2015 0

Review by Mitchell Freedman Game by Michael Stern and Keith Meyers Publisher: Fantasy Flight Games (2001)   Once upon a time, in the golden age of war gaming, a company called Simulation Publications, Inc., created

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Discworld – A Boardgaming Way Review

Discworld – A Boardgaming Way Review

Mitch Freedman February 8, 2015 1

By Mitch Freedman Discworld: Ankh-Morpork Sometimes you  buy a game thinking you will really enjoy it, but when you start playing, you find that the mechanics don’t work right, or the rules are too cumbersome

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Darkest Night – A Boardgaming Way Review

Darkest Night – A Boardgaming Way Review

Mitch Freedman August 1, 2014 0

By Mitch Freedman Designed by Jeremy LennertDeveloped by Noelle Le Bienvenu Published by Victory Point Games (VPG) There is a whole class of games that deal with a world of fantasy, with demons and trolls

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Kingsburg – A Boardgaming Way Review

Kingsburg – A Boardgaming Way Review

Fred Manzo July 4, 2014 0

By Fred Manzo Designers: Andrea Chiavesio and Luca Iennaco Publisher: Fantasy Flight Games (2007) Kingsburg is a good, light, family game, especially for those people who enjoy fiddling with numbers. Although, it almost totally

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A Game of Thrones: A Boardgaming Way Review

A Game of Thrones: A Boardgaming Way Review

Fred Manzo March 23, 2014 0

By Fred Manzo A Game of Thrones A few months ago we played the first edition of A Game of Thrones. It was designed by Christian T Petersen and Kevin Wilson and published in

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Blood Bowl: Team Manager – The Card Game – A Boardgaming Way Review

Blood Bowl: Team Manager – The Card Game – A Boardgaming Way Review

Fred Manzo March 23, 2014 0

By Fred Manzo Blood Bowl: Team Manager – The Card Game One evening last winter we played Blood Bowl: Team Manager – The Card Game. (That’s BB:TM-TCG for short, I suppose.) It was designed

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