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May 15, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

The Game's Afoot, and Cody investigates this new card game from Victory Point Games set in the world of Sherlock Holmes?  Oh, and you get to see a pipe.

May 15, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

What's the question on Cody's mind?  He has an idea or two to share with you about Concept, from Repos Productions.

May 15, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

Daring to brave uncharted waters, Cody takes a look Tsuro of the Seas, and learns that his new favorite word to say is "Tsuro!"

May 15, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

Vampires, and Gargoyles, and Skeleton Dragons, oh, my!  Cody takes a look at this dungeon crawl adventure, from Wizards of the Coast.

May 15, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

Will A Touch of Evil: Dark Gothic chill your soul, or just leave you cold.  Cody takes a look at this new deck building game from Flying Frog Productions.

May 15, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

Should you attempt to track down Jack the Ripper in Fantasy Flight Games' Letters From Whitechapel?  Or should you leave the historical mystery unsolved?  Cody is on the case!

May 15, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

Like Android: Netrunner?  Thinking about picking up the deluxe expansion, Honor & Profit?  Cody takes a look at some of the cards this expansion brings to the table.

May 15, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

Should you hack into Fantasy Flight Games' living card game Android: Netrunner, or should you jack out?  Cody investigates.

May 15, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

Ever wanted to buy and sell gems in the markets of Jaipur but you are prevented from visiting India because of IBS?  Wish no more!  Cody takes a look at Johari, from Mayfair Games.

May 15, 2015
Posted by Cody Carlson

How well does the Sons of Anarchy TV show translate to tabletop?  Cody takes a look at Gale Force Nine's latest offering.

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