Jaws Board Game Review [Pixelkin]

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Building upon the success of last year’s Jurassic Park Danger board game, Ravensburger returns with another movie license in the Jaws board game. Released in 1975, Jaws is often considered the original summer blockbuster, as a trio of men on the vacation destination of Amity Island try to keep a man-eating shark from, well, man-eating, first by trying to close the beaches, then by getting on a boat and hunting the shark themselves.

The Jaws game brilliantly captures both halves of the film in a unique two act structure, culminating in an exciting finale where the shark player rips apart a sinking boat while other players desperately try to fend it off.

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Win or Die: The Games of Game of Thrones [Tabletop Gaming Magazine]

Game of Thrones has ended. No matter your feelings about the show, you can read up on the many different tabletop games based on the TV series and novels with my feature in the latest issue of Tabletop Gaming Magazine.

Game of Thrones: Oathbreaker Review [Pixelkin]

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When you play the game of thrones you win or you die, but when you play Game of Thrones: Oathbreaker, everyone has a great time. Game of Thrones: Oathbreaker is a social deduction and bluffing game for large groups of five to eight players that builds upon the successful game mechanics of other social card games. The Game of Thrones theme fits perfectly as players hide their loyalties, accuse their neighbors, and ultimately serve their own personal ambitions.

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RogueWatson Review – A Game of Thrones: Hand of the King

Review of A Game of Thrones: Hand of the King, designed by Bruno Cathala, published by Fantasy Flight Games.

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RogueWatson Reviews – Keyforge: Call of the Archons

[I uploaded this last week for Early Access Patrons, then totally forgot to make it public, oops.]

Review of Keyforge: Call of the Archons, by Fantasy Flight Games.

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RogueWatson Reviews – Clank in Space + Apocalypse Expansion

Review of Clank in Space, and the Apocalypse expansion, by Dire Wolf Digital and Renegade Games Studio

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Clank in Space + Apocalypse Review [Pixelkin]

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In space no one can hear you scream, but Lord Eradikus will surely hear all that noise you’ve been making while snooping around his ship. All that clanking will summon his wrath, and your only hope is to run faster than your friends.

Clank in Space is a brilliantly fun board game that combines the strategy of a deckbuilding card game with a space-themed dungeon crawl. The recently released Apocalypse expansion adds new villainous schemes to thwart your heist plans even more, creating an always exciting and memorable race through the mother ship.

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