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Written by: Andrew
#Betrayal at the House on the Hill is a game of mystery, violence, and the supernatural. You and your friends will delve deep into the bowels of a haunted house, exploring the unexplored, creeping over ro...
December 30th, 2012
Written by: Andrew
# Before sitting down for your first quest in Talisman, before even reading this review, there is one important question I bade you ask yourself: Are you man, or are you hero? Are you a sniveling maggot,...
December 30th, 2012
Written by: Jeffrey Luce
#With a muted thunk the final stasis capsules lid seals shut. The serene face of a young crewman can be seen through a glass window. He will dream away the countless years of the voyage. For him it will s...
December 29th, 2012
Written by: Lewis Pulsipher
This is a short (10 questions, five minutes or less) survey for people who call themselves game designers, video or tabletop (which is as good a way to define who game designers are as any other).Keep in...
December 28th, 2012
Written by: John Clowdus
I posted this elsewhere, but thought it might prove interesting to a handful of FATties.2012 was a great year for us, thanks, in large part, to Kickstarter. There’s no denying the impact, opinions,...
December 28th, 2012
Written by: Jeffrey Luce
#It is more border than stream, this shallow muddy river. It marks the furthest extent of the territory claimed by Rome, the mother of cities. A man sits astride his horse pacing the banks. Behind him a...
December 21th, 2012
Written by: Pete Ruth
#  Every once in a while, a moment of clarity will occur in your life where you have to kind of sit back and re-evaluate just what the hell it is that you think you're doing. For some people, it's s...
December 20th, 2012
Written by: Jeffrey Luce
The Asgardian god of mischief stands atop the roof of one of  Manhattan's many sky scrapers. The storm clouds gather like roaches behind him as he looks down upon the ant like humans below. "Yield t...
December 14th, 2012
Written by: Pete Ruth
#The Circus is BACK! Well, no, not really. Just for a minute. Maybe more.
December 11th, 2012
Written by: Hello Gregor
December 7th, 2012
Written by: Jeffrey Luce
#The interstellar ship settles onto the field that has become a make shift landing pad. Venting steam hisses into the morning air as it's landing gear auto adjust to bring the main body of the craft back ...
December 7th, 2012
Written by: Lewis Pulsipher
In the very oldest traditional board and card games, dice are rarely used.  (Backgammon and Parcheesi are the most notable exceptions.)  Most of those boardgames have perfect information and th...
December 5th, 2012
Written by: Alex
December 3th, 2012
Written by: ubarose
#I've always hated those hypothetical "What 10 games would you want to have if you were stranded on a desert island," or "What 3 games would you save if your house was on fire." I guess I should have paid...
November 30th, 2012
Written by: Jeffrey Luce
#The question rings forth through the blasted rubble that used to be a town. "Who runs Bartertown?" "You know who," she replies through gritted teeth." "Say!" she is commanded. "Master Blaster,"  she...
November 30th, 2012
Written by: Hello Gregor
November 28th, 2012
Written by: Jur
# I have grouped the blogs in four categories. As the Frontline Gamer once put it: there's really three sides to (miniature) wargaming. There's the modelling and painting, the gaming and the background st...
November 27th, 2012
Written by: Hello Gregor
1. The Beginning of the Beginning is the Beginning of the End 2G1qDwVPd2c   2. Long Ago Lived France WfuHd5OvLbM   3. Robot Will mSmiU9RObYI   4. Gesundheit, The Whistle-Stop War tJVTBTEIx...
November 26th, 2012
Written by: Sagrilarus
#      I had the opportunity to try out Martin Wallace's Test of Fire published by Mayfair Games.  This is likely the lightest, fastest wargame you'll ever get the chance to play but don't discard it...
November 24th, 2012
Written by: Jeffrey Luce
#In the seeming endless plains of the steppe, men in ragged and torn uniforms of brown slowly move into line. They have their orders. Another village must be taken. The fascists must once again be driven ...
November 20th, 2012
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