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Review for One: Pigment

Thank you for checking review #108 by Cardboard Clash. My aim is to focus on reviewing board games and how they play for two people and, on occasion, how they play for one person. 1,447 more words

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Review for One - Hoplomachus: Origins

Thank you for checking review #106 by Cardboard Clash. My aim is to focus on reviewing board games and how they play for two people and, on occasion, how they play for one person. 1,804 more words

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Ambush

Mission 1: Bloody St. Mick (May 2019)

I purchased this solo board game many years ago. Ambush is from Victory Games and is no longer in print. 154 more words

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Review for One: Roll Player

Thank you for checking review #93 by Cardboard Clash. My aim is to focus on reviewing board games and how they play for two people and, on occasion, how they play for one person. 1,661 more words

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Design Diary #1 - The Honor of the Queen

Little known fact: I designed a game last year. It is a small game, one I had snuck in at the last minute into the 2018 Solitaire Game Design Contest – and then life blew up with my daughter and I wasn’t able to do much with the game, much less playing any of the other entries into the contest. 1,526 more words

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Review for One - At the Gates of Loyang

Thank you for checking review #92 by Cardboard Clash. My aim is to focus on reviewing board games and how they play for two people and, on occasion, how they play for one person. 2,210 more words

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Solo First Impressions: 1066 Tears to Many Mothers, ELO Darkness, Maquis, Mint Works, Palm Island

With it being the Spring of Solitaire, there are a ton of games I am getting to the table for the first time. Since it may be weeks, or even a month or two before formal reviews are all completed, here’s my impression on some of these games after the first solo play or two: 919 more words

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