Tag: gaming

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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Aug 29

The Majority 2: Description and Review

  The Majority 2, is a two-player card game from Muneyuki Yokouchi that was published in Japan in 2011 and is soon to be on Kickstarter in effort to bring it to the USA.  In the Majority 2, players are competing to take power of the underworld through political machinations to gain representatives of the …

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Apr 20

Qwirkle: Description and Review

Qwirkle, by Susan Mckinley Ross, is a tile laying, light abstract strategy game, in which 2-4 players compete to score the most points by creating lines of tiles that either share a common color or symbol. The tiles in Qwirkle consist of six different shapes in six different colors, with three copies of each shape …

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Apr 14

Last Month in Games

So…remember when I said in the last edition how I had not forgotten about our little chats, and then I left you twisting in the wind for a month?  What I meant to say is that I have not forgotten about our little talks, and I am insanely busy!  While the insanely busy schedule is …

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Mar 23

Creative Clash: Description and Review

Creative Clash, by Ryan Smoker and Ryan Martin, is a game in which players take on the role of an owner of their own creative agency and compete to be the first to fulfill their ego goal by completing projects and acquiring cool stuff.  They accomplish this goal by hiring employees, growing revenue, overcoming sabotage …

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Mar 17

Last Week in Games: Supersized Edition 2/17/14-3/9/14

  In case you were wondering, I have not forgotten about our little chats!  Yes, I know the title is,”Last Week in Games”, but the story of the last few weeks is best told as one.  Despite the “Supersized Edition” moniker, this should not be a particularly long entry.  It simply will contain a multi-week …

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