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Ghost Review: Escape From The Aliens In Outer Space

Don’t Let Them Hear You Scream a review of Escape From The Aliens In Outer Space Guest Writer: Kevin Birge   You’ve been standing in the pitch black darkness for what seems like hours. One hand grips a metal railing, slick with sweat and condensation. The ship is failing. You must get to the escape pod. You don’t know if …

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QuickWits and QuickWits2, party game for adults

Quickwits and Quickwits 2, Join the party and keep it going review   Quickwits is a fun card game, with the aim of making any party break out in raucous laughter.  Does it achieve it’s lofty purpose?  Read on and find out my take on Quickwits and Quickwits 2. What’s in the box???? Quickwits Box ~ 150 cards consisting of: Quikwits cards Mystery …

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Grimslingers: Frantic fun in the Forgotten West

Grimslingers Review In a land beyond God’s reckonin’ is a place called the Forgotten West. A cursed land of sorts in the American Frontier, housing the damned, the mysterious, the unfortunate. You ended up there, God knows why, and you sure ain’t leavin’ anytime soon. Grimslingers is produced by Greenbrier Games and is the brainchild of Stephen S. Gibson. Grimslingers …

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Guest Review: Castle Panic!

Guest Writer: John Enfield Unboxing Day: I’m impressed with this box. Quite sturdy with practically every surface used except the insides of the lids. Even the sides of the bottom piece have graphics – in this case, talking about expansions for the game. This is interesting as it shows that fun with the base Castle Panic! game can keep going …

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Ghost Review: Shadowrift: Eve of the Sickle Moon

Guest Writer: Christopher Bishop Eve of the sickle moon is an expansion produced by Jeremy Anderson for Shadowrift.  It adds in two new monster factions to traumatize the poor beleaguered citizens of New Haven, and with these new factions come new perils the intrepid heroes will have to resolve.  The new factions are the Lycanthropes and the Harrowood. Lycanthropes, as …

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Game in Review: Unearth

Guest Writer: Robert Bird Game Type: Unique Category: Card, Dice Game Mechanics: Dice Rolling, Set Collecting, Dice Placement Number of Players: 2 to 4 Age: 8+ Family friendly Price range: Varies from $22.99 (Cardhaus) up to $29.95 (Noble Knight Games).  Median is$26.47 Game Time: Developers say 30 – 60 minutes, and that’s pretty accurate.  The first time I played through …

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Battle for Greyport: Game Review

Guest Writer: Christopher Bishop Red Dragon Inn has been a popular title for quite a while.  Even late comers to the product line such as myself find instant value in its clever, satirical homages to various character types played at the table.  Battle for Greyport however, while still having a little tongue in cheek involved, is a slightly more serious game.  …

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Guest Review: Mysterium

Guest Writer: Dave Johnson “You have dared to cross the threshold of the haunted Mysterium Manor… How very brave! Settle in around the table, open your mind and awaken your sixth sense as you prepare for an extraordinary séance with the aim of laying a stranded soul to rest…” – Mysterium “Welcome to the haunted manor of Mysterium! In the …

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Guest Review: Curses! It’s a Party Game

Guest Writer: Christopher Bishop I must admit, until I started reviewing board games for Multiverse, I generally steered away from party games.  It is not that I am a particularly boring guy, It is just that I have two kids and a wife and lead a very simple life.  We are fairly quiet as families go, and rip roaring parties …