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May 16, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

Is there anything more fun than backstabbing and betrayal?  And board games aren't bad either.  Cody takes a look at this exercise in negotiation and losing friends from Academy Games.  Je suis tout excité!

May 16, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

Do you like dice?  Do you like building things?  Would building dice blow your mind?  Did this new dice building game blow Cody's mind?  Let's watch!

May 16, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

Itching for a deck building game game with combat and direct conflict?  Try some ointment.  Or, check out Cody's look at this new card game adventure from Privateer Press.

May 16, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

Hey kids, do you like that American pop culture?  Do you like American history?  Do you know when The Oprah Winfrey Show premiered on TV?  Cody takes a look at this card game from Asmodee.

May 16, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

Do you have what it takes to defend Earth from an alien invasion.  Cody takes a look at this new board game from Fantasy Flight Games that integrates digital technology.  You watch you app!

May 16, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

Sci-fi adventures got you down?  Epic historical scenarios not your thing?  You may want to give quilt making a try- or maybe just a quilt making game.  Cody gets out the needle and thread as he looks at this two player game from Mayfair Games.

May 16, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

Freezing cold temperatures!  Shortages of all kinds!  A Zombie Apocalypse!  And worst of all, somebody needs to take out the trash!  Cody takes a look at this zombie/hidden traitor/janitorial game from Plaid Hat Games.

May 16, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

Apparently, in a city called Venice, all the streets are made of water?  But are games set in Venice made of fun?  Cody investigates this new eurogame from Mayfair Games.

May 16, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

Regular wars not your thing?  Looking for some supernatural conflict?  In love with H. P. Lovecraft?  Tired of rhetorical questions?  Cody takes a look at Cthulhu Wars, from Green Eye Games, and finds a reason to celebrate international inter-dimensional gate day once again.

May 16, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

Gotta sword for hire?  Willing to change from a blue to a red at a moment's notice?  Cody likes the cut of your jib, and he wants you to join him as he takes a look at this light game of mercenaries and shifting loyalties form Level 99 Games.

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