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Guest Post: Written Review – Red Dragon Inn

Enter the Red Dragon Inn with your wits about you, or you’ll be drunk under the table! And mind your gold…if you run out, the bar wench will throw you out. No gold, no service! Check out this party game with Daekon and see if it is right for your group.

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Guest Post: Written Review – Betrayal At House On The Hill

Delve into a B-horror board game, Betrayal At House on the Hill, with guest writer Daekon! Will the inevitable betrayal by your friends bring your game to an end? Check out what this game is about and if it would enhance your gaming group.

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Guest Post: Written Review – Dread RPG

Guest writer Daekon Frostgrave gives us an in-depth look into the horror RPG, Dread. Check out the strange mechanic it uses to convey the suspense of this story/action led role playing game.

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Guest Post: Kickstarter Preview – Burgle Bros.

Chris A takes us through the world of Burgle Bros. in this heist-themed board game, now on Kickstarter. Burgle Bros. shares the same designer as Wok Star and Paperback, and hopes to bring you a co-operative game like you’ve never seen before!

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Rallyman – One of the six stages from Rally Monte-Carlo, note that the yellow car is drifting about a hairpin turn in gear 2.

Guest Post: World Rallyman Cup!

With two races already under my belt (though they didn’t count), I busted out World Rallyman Cup this past week and I’m ready to get my race on this year!

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Sheriff of Nottingham – If you love bluffing games, this is a must play!

Guest Post: Roll for Random Thoughts!

Changing game night to once a week has definitely put a dent in the amount of games I play now, but at least I’m still getting great plays in! This week was Sheriff of Nottingham and Robinson Crusoe!

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After many castings, you start to get a collection of bricks.

Guest Post: Castlemolds by Hirst Arts Fantasy Architecture – Lego Blocks for Gamers!

Hirst Arts molds are ideal for creating small set pieces for your tabletop games, but becoming a master molder takes a lot of time and patience. I’ve molded several times, and while I can use what I’ve done for wargames I’ve got my mind set on something bigger.

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All of my Zombicide that I currently own; I will be getting the rest of the latest Kickstarter stuff in the coming months.

Guest Column: When is Enough Too Much?

When it comes to gaming I think I’m a bit of a collector. With new expansions coming out I feel like I need to grab everything I can. But that brings me to a question: when is too much game, too much game?

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