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Guest Review: Harps Corp Dice Tray

Guest Writer: Bryan Parke I’ve been searching for a good dice tray for a long time. I’ve tried various boxes, trays, and even researched different methods for making my own and whilst some of the alternatives have been okay, nothing has ever really truly shone as a solution for me. However, whilst browsing the various stalls at the recent MCM …

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Family Friendly Review: Treasures & Traps

Editor’s Note: This is part of a series reviewing family friendly and party friendly games. Guest Writer: Rob Johnson Studio 9 Games Age: 10+ 2-4 Players INTRO: Treasures and Traps™ is a complete card game that puts you in the role of the hero. Your quest is to collect three treasures before anyone else. Sounds simple enough, right? Now throw …

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Guest Review: Golgotha #1

Guest Writer: Stonie Williams – This review was brought to you by the gift of a review copy, the letters QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. Writer- Matt Hawkins Artist- Yuki Saeki Colorist – Bryan Valenza Letterer – Troy Peteri The only survivor of a military operation gone wrong, Captain Michael Lawton has to make a choice. Military prison or Golgotha. …

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Guest Review: Vortex #1

Guest Writer: Katherine Cooper Butland – This review was brought to you by the gift of a review copy, the letters QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. Writer: Mike Sizemore Art and colors: Dave Kennedy Vortex is a new horror comic written by Mike Sizemore, with art and colours by Dave Kennedy, and is published by Storm King comics. It comes …

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Family Friendly Review: Scattered at Sea

Editor’s Note: This is part of a series reviewing family friendly and party friendly games. Guest Writer: Rob Johnson The Game Crafter Age: 10+ 2-4 players How long can you tread water? Lost at sea on floating debris that could sink at any minute. You are in a race to survive by finding the tools and food you need. But …

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Guest Review: The Sinister Secret of Saltmarsh

Guest Writer: Shane Davis “Desolate and abandoned, the evil alchemist’s mansion stands alone on the cliff, looking out towards the sea. Mysterious lights and ghostly hauntings have kept away the people of Saltmarsh, despite rumors of a fabulous forgotten treasure.” So begins “The Sinister Secret of Saltmarsh”, the premiere module of the U-Series and the first module published by TSR …

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Family Friendly Review: Beekeeper a Buzzworthy Game

Editor’s Note: This is part of a series reviewing family friendly and party friendly games Guest Writer: Rob Johnson Haywire Group Age: 6+ 2-4 players   I broke open the box of our new family time game to play with my granddaughter McKinna, she is 5, and this is what we found. The box that the game comes in looks …

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Guest Review: Maestros #1

Guest Writer:  Stonie Williams Maestros Writer/Artist – Steve Skroce Colorist – Dave Stewart Lettering and Design – Fonografiks   “Our beloved Maestro has been murdered.” The Wizard King who ruled The Realms is dead. His wives and children have all been wiped out along with him. The only ones left behind are his ex-wife Margaret and their banished son, Will. …