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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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Soar with winged monkeys in Angelic #1 (Image Comics)

Soar with winged monkeys in Angelic #1 (Image Comics) Written by Bill Coffin Touted as “WALL-E meets Watership Down,” Angelic is a far-future tale of a world where humanity has long vanished; its civilization ruined by some kind of cataclysm that leaves only remnants of technology and information for the world’s genetically uplifted animals to try to understand. Our story centers …

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Eminent Domain: TMG’s dynamic empire creating deck builder

Eminent Domain galaxy conquering review Review by Christopher Bishop A review copy was graciously provided to the author for review. There are many deck builders out there these days.  Many of them have various mechanics that over complicate or add layers that give a superficial layer of difficulty.  Eminent Domain is thankfully not among them.  With clear-cut rules and fast gameplay, …

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Knuckle up with Shirtless Bear-Fighter! #5

Knuckle up with Shirtless Bear-Fighter! #5 Review written by Bill Coffin Shirtless Bear-Fighter! is the only piece of graphic literature that can help Western audiences make any goddamned sense of anything these days. And that is a fact confirmed by science and made possible by magic. The story involves Shirtless, a guy who is like 100 Jesse Venturas all spliced …

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Guest Review – WITCH: Fated Souls

Guest Writer: Timothy Brannan I supported the WITCH: Fated Souls Kickstarter back when it was coming out and have been meaning to do a review for ages. So near Halloween and with the PDF on sale at DriveThruRPG, this might be a great time. Elizabeth Chaipraditkul is a new name to the RPG biz, but one that is getting out there. In addition …

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Sunken Treasure: The Rod of Seven Parts Retro Review

The Rod of Seven Parts Retro Review The author would like to acknowledge that some spoilers to the adventure may be given within the review, so if you intend on playing in this campaign you might want to avoid reading it until after the campaign is complete.   Campaign Design by Skip Williams Artwork by Stephen A. Daniele, Greg Kerkman, …

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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. …