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Paizo Announces Starfinder RPG to Release in 2017

Take to the stars of Golarion and its solar system in August of 2017 with the release of Starfinder RPG!

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Deep-Cut Studios Plains Cloth Mat – Video Review

Raine sits down to show off the new Plains-themed cloth mat from Deep-Cut Studio! This mat is machine washable, lightweight, and stores easily for when you need a battlefield for your miniatures games.

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Raising A Geekling : Part Three

Continuing our series about gaming with small kids, Kae discusses more in-depth information on HABA Games’ Animal Upon Animal. Also, some thoughts on matching games, story-telling games, dice, and more.

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Video Review – Animal Upon Animal

In his debut video, The Geekling joins Kae in discussing HABA Games’ Animal Upon Animal for ages 2+. If you have a small child that you want to educate and bring up in your gaming hobby, check this out!

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Written Review – Ascension: Realms Unraveled

Join Kae as she opens up Ascension: Realms Unraveled and looks at changes to the game with this new set. Multi-faction heroes and multi-unite cards bring your game a fresh breath of air.

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Want to win a free copy of Maha Yodha? Check out our reviews and enter to win a copy!

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GIVEAWAY – Regnum Angelica Round 2 [ENDED]

Enter our giveaway to win a copy of Regnum Angelica, an angelic card game like you’ve never seen before! Ends at 11:59PM CST on May 4th, 2015.

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The Weight Of A Review

When it comes to tabletop games, the variety of reviews are as vast as the number of games. But can you always trust one sole source for reviews? Kae offers some thoughts on the importance of using multiple reviews in your research when deciding whether or not to add a game to your collection.

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I:T Coverage For Gen Con 2015 on GoFundMe

We are hoping for a small boost from the community to make this year’s Gen Con experience the best yet for our readers. Please check out our GoFundMe campaign!

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Guest Post: The Plan – Part 42: The Answer to the Universe!

Brendan thinks back on recent games of Kickstarter-backed projects! Check out Arcadia Quest and Evolution through Brendan’s eyes as he continues to push through his collection!

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Re-Rolling Stats – Shifting Focus At I:T

We are changing the way we do some things around here at I:T, and we want our readers to know about it!

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Gen Con Preparations And Temporary Office Happenings

Hello readers! As we are sure you’ve noticed, things have been a little slow around here. While not a lot of content has made its way to the site, a lot has been happening behind the scenes lately. We are doing work to make Gen Con awesome for you, setting up interviews, and so much […]

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Video Review- Bremerhaven

Bremerhaven is a nautical themed game where players try to compete for the most prestige and money by completing contracts.

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I:T Interviews Creator of Tavern Tales RPG – Dabney Bailey

Kae asks the creator of Tavern Tales some questions about the background of the living role playing game that is creating a stir in the tabletop world.

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Gaming Investments : How Much Is Too Much To Pay?

What factors should you consider before dropping big bucks on a game? Kae shares her thoughts on what makes a game worth your money.

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Conflicted : The Survival Card Game Giveaway!

If you’re a fan of survival strategies or games that test your knowledge, you should know about Conflicted : The Survival Card Game. Last week, we posted a full review of the game and our experiences with it. I really do think that everyone should own this game because it applies to realistic situations if […]

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