Game Reviews

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Azul Games and the (socially distanced) great outdoors! - As it stands, we are less than a week away from being able to visit pubs and cafes once more and, although we can't start gaming…
Paupers’ Ladder Review: Dragons, Birds & Virtues - Review by Stephen Mingo "Garolium Scraggart, beloved ruler of the people, has died." The back of the box of Paupers' Ladder begins, setting the tone of…
Unboxing: Symbaroum Starter Set – Treasure Hunts in Davokar - Preview by Stephen Mingo The long-lost artifact known as the Rod of Light and Darkness had a touch that could breathe life into dead things or…
At The Mountains of Madness – Artist Interview - At the Mountains of Madness, dreadful secrets lie. As we step into the cold abyss that is January and welcome in a new year, EDT Gaming…
Preview: Zapotec – Build your own Ziggurat - Preview by Stephen Mingo  It's been a slow month for gaming this November, owing almost entirely to that virus thing going on. Whilst we stare forelornely…
Khan of Khans - Review by Rhiannon King At some point during week 2 of lockdown 2, a new game landed on my doormat unexpectedly. Since then Khan of Khans…
Top 5 Games for Christmas 2020 - Written by Stephen Mingo It’s not all doom and gloom this year. The fat jolly man with his great big bushy beard will soon be headed…
Heroic Echoic – Sounds Fun! - Review by Stephen Mingo Happyclash Games’ debut entry into the tabletop world, Heroic Echoic, is a fast-paced card game of bidding, bluffing and making silly noises…
Vaesen – Nordic Horror Roleplaying - Review by Stephen Mingo “Lurking at the edge of vision. Watching. Waiting. Unseen by most, but not by you. You see them for what they really…
Escape the Dark Sector - Review by Stephen Mingo Black and white artwork, nostalgic alien-blasting dice rolling and a three-act symphony of 80’s sci-fi heralds the arrival of Themeborne’s Escape the…

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