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Apr 14

Ion: A Compound Building Game: Description and Review

    Ion: A Compound Building Game, by John Coveyou, is a light card drafting game for 2-7 players in which the goal is to earn the most points by creating neutrally charged compounds, fulfilling the requirements of goal cards, and collecting Nobel Gasses.  The player, best able to manage these challenges over all three rounds …

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Feb 11

Interview With Board Times Poland

I was recently interviewed by the Polish gaming website boardtime.pl. Strife: Legacy of the Eternals is already on shelves over there due to our partnership with Cube Factory of Ideas for EU publishing. So far it is being well received and board time had a list of questions to ask me. As always, I gave …

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Oct 08

Wife In Games Guest Post: Wife on Strife

Chris (who will henceforth be known as HAMMY) and I were celebrating our 5th wedding anniversary with a magnificent long weekend trip to Bolongo Bay Resort, St Thomas, Virgin Island on September 13, 2013 and that is when this new game adventure began. Before I go any further, let me tell you that other than …

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Sep 25

Design Diary For Strife: Part 2

With the Kickstarter for Strife:  Legacy of the Eternals just around the corner (Oct 1st. Yes shameless plug!) it seemed as though I should get around to writing the second installment of my design diary.  After all, there is nothing like an impending deadline to get the juices flowing!  For those of you who missed …

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Sep 15

Play Report for Strife: Legacy of the Eternals

Hello everyone…Obviously I have been working hard to prepare Strife for the upcoming Kickstarter Oct 1st, but interestingly enough, this has not translated to playing a great deal as of late.  Last night, I finally had the chance to play the standard game for the first time since Gen Con with my friend and lead …

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Sep 01

Hogger Logger: Description and Review

Hogger Logger is a fast paced card game for 2-5 players, in which players attempt to win rounds by correctly guessing whether cards will be higher or lower while trying to thwart the efforts of their opponents to do the same. I was provided with a prototype copy of Hogger Logger and therefore did not …

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