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When I first heard about Wingspan, I didn’t think a board game about bird enthusiasts was something in my wheelhouse. I’m a fan of Stonemaier Games, though, and love what they bring to the hobby: smooth-playing games with top-notch components and stellar customer service. But was the company’s tr…

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As the days get longer and warmer and take us out of winter, annual traditions begin to make their way into our lives. From the annual spring cleaning to the cherry blossom season in Japan, springtime is a time of rejuvenation, renewal, and resurrection.
With spring in the northern hemisphere…

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Step into The Dragon & Meeple and you’ll immediately feel the love that’s gone into co-owner Chris Buskirk’s passion project. From the big, game-friendly tables and comfortable chairs, to over a dozen taps serving local craft beers, The Dragon & Meeple is a love letter to gamers, nearly 8…

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Who doesn’t love playing with robots? Even better when they blow stuff up, tear off limbs, and generally run amok. Hiro took to bot fighting as an outlet for his intellect, the physical power of a robotic being functioning as an extension of his genius. It’s safe to assume that when…

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You walk by a table and you stop. Sitting between two giddy players is this maze of corridors, each adorned with access panels, piping, and sagging wiring running across the phantom vertical edge. Through these little windows and doorways, miniatures of different shapes fulfill their molded…

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When designers Eric Lang and Antoine Bauza get together, you best pay attention. Individually, these two titans are responsible for classic titles such as Chaos in the Old World, Blood Rage, 7 Wonders, and Ghost Stories. Thus, there’s a certain level of expectation associated wit…

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The calendar keeps rolling and Fantasy Flight Games’ Mansions of Madness 2nd edition doesn’t quit. Horrific Journeys is the latest big box release, offering three scenarios that take place upon moving vessels. The previous expansion Streets of Arkham pushed the concept outside the…

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I rarely get to play board games more than one or two times unless it is for work. The games I do go out of my way to play multiple times are the ones that are super satisfying and have themes or mechanics I really enjoy, so when I say I played the heck out of Dinosaur Island, you know that…

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In 2017 Grant Rodiek released Solstice: Fall of an Empire, a phantom of a game you’ve likely never heard of. That’s because only 500 copies were printed, assembled, and carefully shipped by mutated Guild Navigators to a select few supporting an independent designer. But now…