Competitive Dungeon Hustle: A Quick, Quirky Dungeon Crawler

Dungeon Hustle: A Quick, Quirky Dungeon Crawler

Dungeon Hustle is a new game from Wiz Kids. The game has a really unique hook to it called “hustling”, which is the movement system in the game. It also has a lot of hand-management. With some RPG elements thrown in for good measure. A Short Synopsis of Dungeon Hustle Dungeon Hustle is a fast …

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Competitive Charterstone: A Legacy Game For The Ages

Charterstone: A Legacy Game For The Ages

When I saw Charterstone on my top posts on a little website you might have heard of called Reddit. I thought the game deserved a look. As someone who is not familiar with Legacy games of any kind I was obviously blown away by the idea. The idea of a legacy game is really cool …

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Competitive Founders of Gloomhaven: The Spinoff We Didn’t Know We Wanted

Founders of Gloomhaven: The Spinoff We Didn’t Know We Wanted

Founders of Gloomhaven, A Competitive City Builder Founders of Gloomhaven, as you might guess. Is from the same developer as the original Gloomhaven, Cephalofair Games. It is a cooperative competitive city builder game. As far as the timeline, Founders of Gloomhaven is a prequel to the original game. It takes place when Gloomhaven was first …

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Cooperative Defense of the Citadel: A Defense RPG Tabletop Game

Defense of the Citadel: A Defense RPG Tabletop Game

Defense of the Citadel, A Game With So Many Genres Defense of the Citadel is a game that crosses many boundaries as far as genre is concerned. As always we must be skeptical about it, because it is on Kickstarter. But regardless of that the game does look impressive. Even if this is not your …

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Competitive Hand of Fate Kickstarter!

Hand of Fate Kickstarter!

Hand of Fate: Ordeals, a Tabletop version of the hit video game! It seems like it isn’t uncommon for us to hear about a new video game crossover movie at least once a year. Anymore video games have become as mainstream as movies and, in my personal opinion, have replaced books as a secondary media. But …

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