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Kickstarter Preview – Cauldron Master

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Spencer and Lara preview Cauldron Master from Alley Cat Games. The game was designed by Caezar Al-Jassar and Kuly Heer with art by Iren Horrors and Sebastian Koziner. Description from the publisher: Play as a coven of witches conniving to concoct potions to entrance the local population! Each turn players choose… Read more »

Review – Brass Empire

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Spencer and Lara review Brass Empire, a deck-building game from Rock Manor Games. Brass Empire was designed by Mike Gnade. Description from the publisher: Brass Empire takes place in a Steampunk universe and each player takes on the role of a different corporation hiring the best employees, constructing building, and… Read more »

Review – The Oregon Trail Card Game

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Spencer and Lara review The Oregon Trail Card Game from publisher Pressman Toy Company. This is the card game version of the classic computer game. Description from the publisher: “Based on the classic computer game” According to the box: “You may: 1. Travel the trail 2. Work together to overcome… Read more »

Review – The Grizzled

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Spencer and Lara review The Grizzled from CMON Limited. The Grizzled was designed by Fabien Riffaud, Juan Rodriguez with art by Tignous. Description from the publisher: The Grizzled is a cooperative game about survival in the trenches during the first World War where players win or lose together. Each round, the… Read more »

Review – Three Cheers for Master

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Spencer and Lara review Three Cheers for Master from Atlas Games! Three Cheers for Master is designed and illustrated by Daniel Windfeld Schmidt. Description from the publisher: Master has been blue lately. It’s just not the same now that all lands known to evil have been conquered — and when… Read more »