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Shahrazad: The Review

Shahrazad is an abstract storytelling tarot puzzle tableaux game for one or two players, being published in the United Kingdom this month.  Hats off to the fine folks at Osprey Games for letting us be among the first to see it. Unlike most two-player games, Shahrazad has no versus mode.  Instead, two players compete against the game itself (co-op style,) in …

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Interview with Leo Normington Jr. of Maverick Games

Chief Games Officer James Carpio interviews Leo Normington Jr. President of Maverick Games about The Hunt and TSRs new partnership. JC: I’m happy to have with us today, Leo “Maverick” Normington of Maverick Games here on Multiverse. Back in the land they called the early 1990s, Leo brought to the table an incredible skirmish game called “The Hunt”. This dystopian …

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Q&A Today: Jeff Morrow

It’s not every day that we get to enjoy seeing game designer Jeff Morrow chime in on RED DRAGON INN and all things gaming, so let’s do this, with relish. Q:  RED DRAGON INN 6: VILLAINS looks like great fun.  What can you tell us about this expansion of the game, without giving too much away? JM: We’ve been mulling …

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Q&A Today with Dann Kriss

It’s not every day that we get to enjoy seeing game designer Dann Kriss chime in on all things gaming, so let’s do this, with relish. Q:  TAVERN MASTERS looks like great fun.  What can you tell us about this game, without giving too much away? DK: The basic elevator pitch is that each player is a Tavernkeeper in the …

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Q&A Today: Peer Sylvester

It’s not every day that we get to enjoy seeing game designer Peer Sylvester chime in on THE KING IS DEAD, LET THEM EAT CAKE, THE LOST EXPEDITION and all things gaming, so let’s do this, with relish. Q:  What was your inspiration for THE KING IS DEAD board game? PS: Originally the game was set in Siam (now known …

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Genghis Con 40: The Review

Written by Christopher Bishop Genghis Con is an annual event going on its 40th anniversary.  Originally focusing on Roleplaying Games and Board Games, as well as War gaming, it has since expanded its scope to include Cosplay events, and Video Games as well.  While nowhere near the size of Gen Con, or Game hole Con is still attracts a decent …