Beat to quarters, batten down the hatches, and order some pizza! Cody takes a look at this game of naval warfare and beautiful ship models from Zvezda.
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Do you like to pretend that you're different roles in medieval settings, but LARPing is just too geeky for you? You may want to check Citadels, from Fantasy Flight Games.
Let's face it, black holes are dangerous. Thus far the only thing capable of freeing a spaceship stuck in a singularity, according to Neil Degrasse Tyson and other prominent astronomers, is playing cards in the right order. Cody takes a look at this breakthrough in our understanding of space-time, Gravwell, from Renegade Game Studios.
Why are all the munchkins in a panic? Who knows? But Cody is going to investigate. First stop, the Lollypop Guild.
Do you like rabbits? Of course you do. Who doesn't? But do you like post-apocalyptic rabbits searching for a mysterious factory in a toxic wasteland? Cody takes a look at this roll-and-move trail game from 1A Games.
Roll For It! Roll for what? I'd don't know, but Cody is looking at something you roll for, and apparently it is It!
Crave magic skirmish battles like a pregnant woman craves pickles and ice cream? Cody does, so today he's checking out Spells of Doom, from Drawlab Entertainment.
Were the Vikings truly villainous, barbaric, death dealing thugs, or were they merely just hurting on the inside and crying for help? Cody tackles this question and more as he looks Villainous Vikings, from Victory Point Games.
Apparently, Fantasy Flight Games got its hands on the rights to some obscure, 1970s sci-fi movie and made a board game out of it. Cody takes a look at Star Wars: Imperial Assault. I think I saw the movie once. Is that the one with the guy with the pointy ears?