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Barnestorming- Sun Tzu in Review, Imperial Assault Impressions, Captain Toad, D'angelo
Sun Tzu- "Tastes Great". King Chu "Less Filling.
 
 
Suns For The Sun God - Ra Review
Although I spend a lot of time writing about old games, I’ve put off writing about Ra for a long time. This is because, unlike most of my favorite games, I struggled for a long time to put my finger exactly on what I love so much about Ra. Reiner Knizia’s classic was one of the first games I bought when I started collecting games, and over all those years I’ve always had a hard time defining why it works so well.
 
 
Introducing Charlie Theel - Greatest Hits
Introducing Charlie Theel – A Greatest Hits List As a new weekly columnist and staff member of Fortress: Ameritrash I thought I’d kick off my first entry as an introduction of sorts.  Many of you know me and many of you don’t but I’ve been gaming on the tabletop since I was a pre-teen, reviewing games for the past 2 years, and designing for the past several as well.  My first design, A Fistful Of Dinero, is set to be released in February and I intend it not to be my last.  ...
 
 
Barnestorming- Sheriff of Nottingham in Review, Bestial Forces, GotG, The Babadook
And also velvety bags.
 
 
Barnestorming- Claustrophobia/Furor Sanguinis in Review, Smash, Riddick, Jem and the Holograms
Got room for just one battlesaur?
 
 
Wiz-War: Bestial Forces expansion review
I noticed long ago that when people who tend to run role-playing games choose to play instead, they always pick wizard characters. Why? It's all about power. If you're used to having the ability to dictate reality on a whim, you want a character that can do it too. Power is a key part of wizarding's appeal. And there's no greater demonstration of power than being able to summon fantastic creatures and bend them to your whim. It's what's always been missing from Wiz-War, and now it's here with the Bestial Forces expansion. And while there's...
 
 
Barnestorming- Galaxy Defenders in Review, Skylanders, Pitch Black, the 1960s
Xenocide, Italian Style
 
 
Barnestorming- Deus in Review, Heroscape, The Golden Child, Gothic Rock
 Better than it looks..
 
 
Barnstorming- Battle at Kemble's Cascade in Review, Dungeon Command, Riddick, A Certain Ratio
 Bullet Purgatory.
 
 
Five Tribes Review
There are lots of heavy strategy games that make me feel like a bad player. There are even a few that make me feel like a bad person for decieving and manipulating my way to victory. Five Tribes is the first game that made me feel like a bad reviewer. Because, even after many games, I can’t quite make up my mind how I feel about it. The design itself doesn’t help. It feels like designer Bruno Cathala poured a random assortment of mechanics into a pestle, ground it up, and put the fragments into a...
 
 
 
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