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Barnestorming- Looking at Legendary, Race for the Galaxy, The Hobbit 2, Halston, Kate Bush
Kirby wept.
 
 
Blue Max - A Tow Jockey Review
The highest military order of merit one could be awarded in the Imperial German military had a strangely French name. The Pour le Merite was to be granted to individuals strictly in recognition of extraordinary personal achievement. The men called it the Blue Max. In 1983 I was 15 years old and I have a distinct memory of a snowy day in the middle of a Connecticut winter. There was no school and I was at my best friend Curt's house. On his expansive dining room table we had...
 
 
Barnestorming- Warhammer: Diskwars in Review, Wiz-War, St. Vincent
POGS
 
 
Next of Ken, Volume 82: DC Deckbuilder, Pacific Rim, and SOS Titanic!
Hello again, putting the time in timely, it's Next of Ken. This week, I'm talking remembering "fun" with DC Deckbuilding Game and Pacific Rim, dabbling in some Firefly: The Boardgame, and reviewing SOS Titanic. Join us, won't you?
 
 
Barnestorming- Navajo Wars in Review, Epic Duels, Talisman, Sacred Bones Records
One of 2013's best, made official.
 
 
Space Alert Review
The world of board games is a largely cerebral one, even at the thinnest end. For most games, physical appreciation begins and ends with the tactile nature of the pieces. But just occasionally, you’ll find a game that breaks out of your head and into your body. The first one I discovered was Labyrinth, which made me feel queasy as I planned massive terrorist outrages across the globe. Space Alert is the second. Space Alert gave me indigestion. After playing nonstop for several hours – a large number of games since most last only 20-20 minutes,...
 
 
Barnestorming- Theseus: The Dark Orbit in Review, True Detective, Sly & The Family Stone
Could it be...GOTY '14?
 
 
Knights and Robbers - Carcassonne Retrospective
I’ve been active in this hobby for about seven years, and most of my favorite games are associated strongly with a particular place or experience. Maybe it’s a particular session I had that forever changed my opinion of the game, which is what happened with Manila. It might be a game that I loved above all others for an extended period of time, like Battlestar Galactica. And some games, like The Settlers of Catan, have all of those things wrapped up into one. But Carcassonne is unique in the sense that it reminds me of a particular person: my...
 
 
Barnestorming- Legacy: Testament of Duke de Crecy in Review, Lego Movie, Bossk, Fishbone
It's a family affair.
 
 
Barnestorming- Space Cadets Dice Duel, Threes, Frozen
No, really...that is the USS Defiant. Both of them.
 
 
 
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