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Spell Smashers: Battle Monsters Using Your Razor-Sharp Vocabulary

A horde of hideous monsters threatens your town, but thankfully you have the one weapon they have no answer for: your vocabulary! In Spell Smashers your party of adventurers use your spelling skills to defeat monsters, complete quests, and collect coins. Will your lexicon be strong enough to save the town and earn you the […]

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Legends Battle in the First Volume of Unmatched

Hello fellow gamers! This is the first of my series on two-player games. These are titles specifically designed for two players or multiplayer games that work best with two. Today we discuss Unmatched: Battle of Legends, Volume One. Medusa. Sinbad. King Arthur. Alice of Wonderland. Legends of print and film, thrown onto a battlefield. Sounds sorta […]

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Wager on Gladiators and Outwit Your Opponents in Gladius!

Welcome to Gladius, where Gladiators from lands near and far have arrived in the Colosseum, battling to see who is the mightiest of them all. You and your fellow spectators have decided to spice up the action with a few rounds of betting.  In Gladius players wager on the gladiators they believe will win … […]

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Expand Your Empire In It’s A Wonderful World

Citizens of the 5 Empires are celebrating the 10th anniversary of the end of the Great Wars with It’s a Wonderful World. As one of their leaders, it’s up to you to develop your empire faster and better than your fellow leaders. From wind turbines and universities to espionage agencies and propaganda centers, your empire […]

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Take the Vikings Bowling: Valley of the Vikings Is Silly and Surprising Fun

As a child I loved the plastic multi-colored bowling pin set that my brothers and I would play with for hours on end. We’d take turns setting up the pins and knocking them down with the plastic bowling balls. Sadly, none of us grew up to become bowlers. I was reminded of our childhood games […]

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Jetpack Joyride Brings Fast-Paced App To The Tabletop

Join Barry the Salesman once again as he breaks into a top-secret lab and makes off with an experimental jetpack. You’ll navigate Barry through the lab, dodging obstacles while trying to collect coins and complete missions before making your eventual escape. Welcome to Jetpack Joyride! Adapted from the side-scrolling hit video game, Jetpack Joyride is a […]

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Bananagrams Duel! Remakes A Classic Game Anew

Along with Scrabble and Boggle, Bananagrams is one of the classic word games. Most people have played it at least once in their lifetime. In Bananagrams, players do away with the Scrabble board and Boggle’s shared letters to create their own crossword-style grid with randomly selected letter tiles. The game has endured for years thanks […]

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Roll And Write In The Fast And Tricky Hex Roller

The roll-and-write trend shows no signs of slowing down. Designers continue to create games with all types of themes, from Welcome To … and its ‘50s American suburbia to a re-imagined version of a modern Eurogame classic, The Castles of Burgundy: The Dice Game. The newest roll-and-write games, including Hex Roller, continue to redefine the […]

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Visit the Galaxy’s Edge In The Newest Star Wars Novel, Black Spire

With Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge now open at Disneyland, Star Wars fans can learn more about its rich and colorful back story in Delilah S. Dawson’s novel, Black Spire.  Black Spire dives deep into the largest settlement on the planet Batuu, the Black Spire Outpost. Disneyland (and soon, Disney World) visitors can experience Batuu firsthand […]

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Build and Play a 3-D Game in Gridopolis

Gridopolis creator Dave Schultze loves 3-D designs. While teaching industrial design and 3-D visualization at OTIS College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, he also authored nine courses on the subject for lynda.com.  It’s Schultze’s love of design that inspired him to create Gridopolis, a build-and-play game in 3-D. The game is an intriguing […]