A Double-Take Review of Battle for Sularia--And the New Expansion

A Double-Take Review of Battle for Sularia--And the New Expansion

Today we're doing a Double-Double-Take Review--first of Battle for Sularia, and then a preview of the first command pack expansion: Blood, Profit, and Glory, which just launched on Kickstarter.

Battle for Sularia is a card-based battle game for 2 players. It comes with two pre-constructed decks (one from each Faction: The Jotune and Synthien), as well as plenty of extra cards to build your own decks!

So is Battle for Sularia worth rolling up your sleeves and duking it out with your friends? Let's take a look!

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This is Halloween - A Single-Take Review of The Nightmare Before Christmas Munchkin

This is Halloween - A Single-Take Review of The Nightmare Before Christmas Munchkin

In the ever-expanding Munchkin Universe, Steve Jackson games and USAopoly have cracked into the realm of the Disney license. The Nightmare Before Christmas Munchkin is a stand-alone version of the classic, humorous favorite Munchkin, only placed in the upside-down world of Tim Burton's creation. Today Jeremiah's going to give us his review. So is The Nightmare Before Christmas Munchkin a trick or treat? Best keep reading to find out!

So, is The Nightmare Before Christmas Munchkin a trick, or treat? Best keep reading to find out!

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The Princess Bride: A Battle of Wits - A Single-Take Review

The Princess Bride: A Battle of Wits - A Single-Take Review

A while back we had a chat with the bigwigs at Game Salute because they had just secured the rights to create tabletop games based on the cult classic The Princess Bride. Well I (Jeremiah) received a preview copy of the retail release of one of those games by Matthew O'Malley: A Battle of Wits. 

Battle of Wits is a party/bluffing game for up to 10 people. So should you choose the game in front of you, or leave it on the shelf? Let's find out!

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Alderac Wants Your Best Smash Up! Ideas!

Alderac Wants Your Best Smash Up! Ideas!

One can only imagine the number of emails, tweets, threatening letters, and carrier-pigeon messages that Alderac has received suggesting new factions for the next Smash Up! expansion. We even joined in when we interview designer Paul Peterson (RIGHT HERE!) and suggested a blogger faction... Well, after years of this unsolicited bombardment of intellectual property, AEG is openly asking for your ideas, and giving you a neat easy way to share them! 

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Pull Up a Seat - A Single-Take Review of Just Desserts

Pull Up a Seat - A Single-Take Review of Just Desserts

No soup. No salad. No entree. Just desserts! Today Jeremiah reviews the latest concoction to come out of Looney Labs: Just Desserts.

Just Desserts is a card game for 2-4 players in which you're a server at a desserts-only cafe, trying to take care of guests who come in with certain tastes that are on your tray (cards in your hand). This is a filler  game that plays in anywhere from 10-40 minutes.

So, should you serve up Just Desserts at your next game night? Or send it back to the kitchen? Let's find out!

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Holiday Fluxx--A Review

Holiday Fluxx--A Review

"Christmas time is here
Happiness and cheer

Fun for all that children call
Their favorite time of the year"

- It's a Charlie Brown Christmas

Today Jeremiah is taking a look at one of the newest variations in the Fluxx universe: Holiday Fluxx! And since the holiday season is barreling at us full steam ahead, let's jump in!

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Two Rooms and a Delayed Boom: An Interview with Alan Gerding and Sean McCoy

Two Rooms and a Delayed Boom: An Interview with Alan Gerding and Sean McCoy

Today we’re joined by two guys, in two different rooms, eagerly awaiting a very big BOOM! Sean McCoy, in Dallas, TX, and Alan Gerding, in Cleveland, OH, are the duo who make up Tuesday Knight Games. They’ve joined us today to talk about some unfortunate developments in fulfilling their Kickstarter for Two Rooms and a Boom.

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