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The Cracked LCD Countdown #2
Last month's Cracked LCD Countdown was one of the most popular and beloved board game article to ever appear on the internet. I am positive that sales of all of the listed games surged over the past couple of weeks as poser board gamers everywhere scrambled to accede to my tastes and opinions. Did you buy your copy of RISK yet? So this week it's time for an all-new Cracked LCD Countdown, and I think this list might do to the hobby gaming community what The Count is doing to poor old Edward in this picture-...
Ogre Castle
I don't make any bones about the fact that I like small press games. I'm not going to lie and say I like a game just because it's from a micropublisher, but I'm willing to cut them a little slack if the art isn't a modern classic or the rules are a little confusing because they're laid out by the pizza delivery guy. And in the case of Ogre Castle, I'm applying a little of that small-press-blind-spot. I'm admitting that up front, just so there's no confusion.
Great Campaigns of the American Civil War Series Review
I started playing a new wargame series late this winter. Well, actually, not a new series but a very old series. Great Campaigns of the American Civil War (GCACW) was first published by Avalon Hill and is now published by MMP. Battle Above the Clouds, covering the Chickamauga campaign, is the most recent release in the 8 game series. This is a series I overlooked for a long time because it seemed old fashioned in subject and gameplay. The short and sweet of it is that this is a series...
Old Trash: The Hills Rise Wild
"West of Arkham, the hills rise wild, and there are valleys with deep woods that no axe has ever cut." That's the opening line to H.P. Lovecraft's classic story, "The Colour Out of Space." It's also the inspiration for the title to one of my favorite boardgames, The Hills Rise Wild. As you may have guessed, The Hills Rise Wild is yet another game inspired by the mythos tales of H.P. Lovecraft. However, instead of playing gentlemen adventurers, you are controlling factions of hillbilly cultists. According to the designer notes by John Tynes, this game went...
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