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Review of Welcome To

Game: Welcome To Publisher: Deep Water Games Designer: Benoit Turpin Players: 1-100 Players Playtime: 25 Minutes Play Type: Roll and Write Synopsis: You are an architect given the enormous task of creating the best town possible. Balance finding the right fit for each building as you compete with other architects to create the best plan.… Continue reading Review of Welcome To

Articles · General Gaming

5 Games to (Hopefully) Demo at Gen Con Part 2

Last week Wednesday, I discussed the first five games I am hoping to demo at Gen Con. Today I will be discussing five more games that have caught my eye, and next week I will share my final five games. Some of these games are releasing at Gen Con, some of these games may have… Continue reading 5 Games to (Hopefully) Demo at Gen Con Part 2

Main Event Games · Reviews

Review of the Quacks of Quedlinburg

Game: Quacks of Quedlinburg Publisher: North Star Games Designer: Wolfgang Warsch Players: 2-4 Players Playtime: 30-45 Minutes Play Type: Press Your Luck ย  Synopsis: You are a quack doctor, trying to create a convincing brew to enchant your customers with. Whether you are trying to create a love potion, cure bad breath or simply cure… Continue reading Review of the Quacks of Quedlinburg

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5 Games I am Excited to (Hopefully) Demo at Gen Con

Gen Con is just three weeks away now, and I have been working hard to figure out my schedule. A huge part of that is taking a look at games I want to demo and making note of where I can find that game to do so. Each week until we leave, I will release… Continue reading 5 Games I am Excited to (Hopefully) Demo at Gen Con

Main Event Games · Reviews

Review of Alwaysgreen Garden

Game: Alwaysgreen Garden Designer: Darryl Jones Published: Splattered Ink Games Players: 2-4 Players Playtime: 45-60 Minutes Play Type: Set Collection ย Synopsis: Competition is fierce as you and three other Dobbers compete to be the best chef at the legendary Acorn Inn! Find delicious ingredients from the magical forest surrounding the inn, and combine them to… Continue reading Review of Alwaysgreen Garden