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Resident Evil 2 Board Game on Kickstarter, Funded Within An Hour

Take to the streets of Raccoon City and face off against a vicious virus outbreak with Resident Evil 2: the Board Game! Now on Kickstarter from Steamforged Games, this title brings the video game to life like never before. Featuring fully cooperative dungeon crawl action, you’ll need to work together to fight your way through the plagued city and survive.

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Written Review – Unearth

Long ago your ancestors built spires, towers, and more that brought awe to the world. As time has passed, these relics have been covered up and forgotten. In Unearth you work with creatures known as Delvers to help rediscover these age-old monuments. But does the game dig a hole for itself?

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Push Your Luck and Mine for Gems with Dig, On Kickstarter

The Hill hides many treasures and all it takes to collect them is to DIG! Delve into the hill and gather ten gems to win the game! DIG, the push-your-luck treasure-hunting game, is now live on Kickstarter.

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Coming Soon to Kickstarter: Barbarians by Tabula Games

Barbarians: The Invasion will be making its way to Kickstarter very soon. Coming from Tabula Games, this unique worker placement game is being designed by none other than Pierluca Zizzi, the same name behind Hyperborea. Take a look at what’s in store for you when Barbarians: The Invasion hits the crowd-funding site!

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Kickstarter Review – Crokinole by Mayday Games

We’re taking a look at Mayday Games 2017 Hardwood Edition Crokinole board. Does this board hit this bulls-eye, or should it be relegated to the ditch? Check out our review to find out!

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Written Review – Shipwrights of the North Sea

The sea is calling! As a viking, it’s your duty to go forth, build ships, and raid! Compete to be the best viking you can by building only the finest of ships, deserving of the most glorifying of adventures on the high seas.

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Renegade Announces Two New Games for Summer 2017

Renegade Game Studios announces The Fox in the Forest and Flip Ships, two brand new games that you’ll be able to grab very soon. If you’re planning on heading to Origins or Gen Con this year you can even try them out for yourself!

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Written Review – Apocalypse Chaos

Work together with your co-pilots to defend your downed spaceship from an onslaught of alien attacks. With a unique setup, you’ll use dice allocation to move about the game’s dual-tiered board at attack invaders. Can you save your group from the chaos?

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Written Review – Super Motherload

Assemble your crew and use your digging machines to burrow into the crust of Mars in search of artifacts, resources, and more! Buy Pilots and earn Achievements to rack in Victory Points, but be aware of your resources. Does this game dig up enough fun to hit your table? Check out our review and see for yourself!

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Written Review – The Networks

Do you have the know-how to get your television show on the network at the most prime of times? Can you manage your ads and revenue to offer up the best of what television has to offer? In The Networks from Formal Ferret Games, you’ll fight for control over the best show slots and more!

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Written Review – Secret Hitler

Don’t let the name offend you! Secret Hitler is a hidden-role party game that does address political themes but places a risk on the table. Check out Myc’s review of this Kickstarter success!

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Table Forged Sharpens Steel with Kettou on Kickstarter

Are you fast enough to out-Bushido your opponent in a samurai duel? Do you want a fun, interactive samurai game and a totally awesome t-shirt? If so, you need to check out Kettou from Table Forged LLC on Kickstarter!

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