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One of Raine's biggest hobbies has always been gaming. It all started with an Atari and spread out to Yu-Gi-Oh!, Magic: the Gathering, and Dungeons & Dragons. As an artist, Raine takes pride in painting models for games as well as making his own terrain. He's also been a writer for many years, working both in the journalism industry and writing pieces of fiction. He decided to create Initiative : Tabletop as a platform to talk about all things gaming that he simply thought were cool, and reviewing games became a part of it!

Video Review – Claustrophobia

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Raine suits up and heads down into the catacombs under New Jerusalem to review Claustrophobia, a miniatures board game from Asmodee. How will the humans fare against the evil denizens of the dark? Check out the review and see just how harrowing this game can be!

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  1. Kae’s Holiday Game Recommendations | Initiative : Tabletop - December 12, 2013

    […] Claustrophobia is a two-player board game featuring miniatures, set in the world of Hell Dorado. One player takes control of the demons, and the other controls the humans. The humans must battle their way out of, well, hell, and survive to see the surface, while the demon player will try to foil their attempts. This game is really fun and employs strategy on both ends with movement and buffs granted from cards. […]

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