Harry Potter: Catch the Snitch Board Game Coming to Kickstarter November 5th

Game publisher Knight Models, long known for their high quality, licensed skirmish games (Batman, Harry Potter, DC Universe) have spun off a new imprint called Knight Games. This will be their board game focused brand, with Knight Models featuring only minis games. Their first offering will be set in the Harry Potter universe titled: Harry…

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P’achakuna Preview

P’achakuna, means “textiles” in Quechua, a language found in the Andes. Peoples in this area have a long history of dyeing wools. Delivering these textiles to the remote areas of the Andes is no easy feat, but that’s exactly what you and your llamas will do in P’achakuna, an upcoming board game from Treeceratops. P’achakuna…

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Kickstarters of the Week: 11/2

November has finally arrived in what has been the craziest year I can think of. And to top it off, tomorrow is election day here in the US, so who knows what’s going to happen. At this point, I probably don’t need to tell you to go out and vote as people are turning out…

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Dragomino Review

Something that having kids has reminded me, is that when we’re young, our lives revolve around playing. It’s how we learned things and how we interacted with concepts we didn’t fully understand yet. I’ve enjoyed playing games with my kids because, aside from giving us time away from TV, it’s a chance to connect as…

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Ettin Review

Partnership games aren’t necessarily unheard of in the board game hobby. But generally, they are found in trick-taking games or, more recently, tile-laying games where you and your partner work on a shared area. Ettin is a partnership game where you and your ally will draft cards and battle against the other team(s). You can…

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Illusion Review

As a graphic designer by trade, I spend a ton of time working with color. I even took a test once to measure my color acuity and did very well . So, a game about sorting out cards by color seems right up my alley. Today we are going to look at a card game…

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Armata Strigoi Review

Words have failed this reviewer. There is no way to explain to readers what the concept of this next game unless they are on the same page as yours truly. Indeed, all that was known before the publisher sent the review copy is the name and that the theme involved the classic struggle of werewolves…

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Forgotten Waters Review

Ever since publisher Plaid Hat Games released Dead of Winter in 2014, I’ve been curious to see where they could take their Crossroads system. It was a clever mechanic that helped bring players into the narrative of the game with events tailored to things happening during the game. Their second iteration of it, Gen7, turned…

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