Tag: board game reviews

For God and Glory: Crusaders: Thy Will Be Done Review

Crusaders: Thy Will Be Done (2018) is a new game by Seth Jaffee and Tasty Minstrel Games.  Looking at the map, you might think this is a Risk-type strategy war game, but it’s actually something quite different.  Playing this game is almost working a puzzle, but it makes things happen on the map in an …

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Fewer People Get Eaten: Duelosaur Island Review

To follow up our play of Dinosaur Island, we took out Duelosaur Island for a couple of spins and had a lot of fun.  This is sort of in the vein of 7 Wonders Duel and Caverna: Cave vs Cave, as it’s a 2-player-only version of more elaborate game that is played by 3 or …

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Oh man, Oh Jeez: A Rick and Morty Munchkin Review

With the recent news that Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon’s television show Rick and Morty has been renewed for a massive 70 more episodes, I thought it was a great time to review the Rick and Morty version of Munchkin. Overview This game is just Steve Jackson’s Munchkin but with a Rick and Morty theme …

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Gettin’ fancy: The Broken Token Review

I recently picked up two board game organization kits from The Broken Token and have been very happy with them. I’ve been so happy that I wanted to show off some photos on Geektopia and write a review. These organizers are really useful, look amazing, and are easy to assemble. I highly recommend them to …

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Yee-haw, I reckon it’s time for a review of: BANG!

During our most recent neighborhood game night, I dusted off my copy of Bang! The spaghetti western inspired card game of bluffing in poorly executed old west accents and cowardly hiding behind barrels. Well maybe that’s just me. We had 7 people who wanted to play a game and after explaining to everyone how problematic …

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Staving off Insanity: Mansions of Madness Review

We forayed into the relatively newly released second edition of Mansions of Madness (2016) to experience a Lovecraftian Horror story that caused 2 out of 4 players to go insane, but at least in resulted in a happy ending for (most of) us.  We played only the introductory scenario in a session that lasted about 2 …

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