Author: roman

Pathfinder the Ultimate Adventure Card Game

Pathfinder the Adventure Card Game is an old game (2013) at this point, but that’s how long it took this particular foursome to get together and play out the full Rise of the Runelords campaign.  In the time it took us to complete everything, the game has released at least 2 more full adventures, and …

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Even less is even more: Cage Match final game update

About a year ago, we cut the elements of Cage Match! in half, and the game became much better for it.  Over the past couple of weeks, racing towards our deadline to print in time for the holidays, we reduced it even further, and what was a good game is really and truly a great …

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Good to great: Do you think about UI in your board game design?

“I think the tables are easy to read, for the most part,” states D in this review of Cage Match! by Board Crazy Games. “And, the results on these tables make a lot of sense to me as well,” adds Will.  “Because of these charts,” he adds a bit later, “This game could have easily been, …

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Board Game Design Diary: Our first Cage Match! review plus final game changes

We’re getting great coverage and feedback on Cage Match!, check it all out! Read an interview with Zatu Games. Watch 2 complete play-throughs from Board Crazy Games. Or watch the quick play-through version. See the Review from Board Crazy Games. Visit the boardgamegeek page to rate, review or ask questions. Sign up to follow the …

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See Cage Match! in action!

Thanks to the fine folks at Board Crazy Games, you can watch complete play-throughs of 2 matches.  The fact that both play-throughs, along with a full explanation of the rules, can complete in 30 minutes tells you how fast this game plays.  Plenty of twists and turns in both fights, check it out! They also …

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A Roman history of Epic Duels Part 2 of 2

After announcing the end of organized Epic Duels tournaments, and many of the game’s most creative deck designers moving on, it might have appeared like interest in the game was coming to an end, but in fact it was just warming up for the second act. Sign up up to stay updated! Roll Call So by the …

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