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Making a monster with IGOR

I can still remember the first time I watched the classic monster movie Frankenstein. As a child I remember how fantastic it all was. To be a mad scientist with all of those wild machines that could have the possibility of bringing forth creations. 613 more words


Lost Cities Review

From the Himilayan mountains to to the bottom of the sea, the world is yours for you and a friend to explore in Lost Cities… 759 more words


The Space-Biff! Space-Cast! Episode #1: Paranoid Cuneiform

In the inaugural episode of the Space-Biff! Space-Cast!, what do Homeland: The Game and Reiner Knizia’s classic Tigris & Euphrates have in common? Listen as Dan Thurot, Rob Cramer, and special guest Mark Henderson attempt to stretch these games like taffy in order to find out. 13 more words

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SDJ Buzz: Kinderspiel des Jahres 2016

It’s that time of year again – time for the German Game of the Year awards!  Every year, the hobby goes crazy speculating about our equivalent of the Oscars.   1,306 more words

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Lost Cities

Design by Reiner Knizia
Published by Kosmos
2 Players, 30 mintues
Review by Greg J. Schloesser

Lost Cities was first published back in 1999.  I vividly remember my first encounter with the game, which was that same year at Gulf Games 3 in New Orleans.   1,712 more words


SdJ Re-Reviews #30: Keltis

  • Designer:  Reiner Knizia
  • Publisher:  ABACUSSPIELE, Rio Grande, Z-Man Games, Others
  • Players:  2 – 5
  • Ages:  8 and Up
  • Time:  45 Minutes
  • Times Played:  > 5…
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Samurai You Win, Samurai You Lose

I’d open with a historical anecdote, but unfortunately my knowledge of pre-20th century Japan basically boils down to the Total War series and that one time I read the first quarter of James Clavell’s Shōgun. 970 more words

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