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Pocket Adventures Card System (Set II) Review

…lists a small set of hero Abilities that are unique to the class. Aptitudes There are 6 Aptitudes in total for the Heroes (and Foes). Three are specific to combat and the other 3 are focused more on non-combat Aptitude attributes. However, there is nothing stopping the Dungeon Master from using… Continue reading

Forged in Steel Game Review (prepublished version)

…number of non-special buildings that are removed from the game starting with the Riot Target. All non-special buildings that are removed must be orthogonally adjacent to the previously destroyed non-special building. Non-special buildings include Houses, Factories, and Commercial buildings. No one in their right mind would destroy a Hospital. When… Continue reading

Morphology Game Review

…& Team Play Imagination Reflex & Speed Learning Curve: Child – Easy Adult – Easy Theme & Narrative: None Endorsements: Gamer Geek rejected! Parent Geek approved! Child Geek approved! Overview In Morphology, teams must work together to guess what an object or idea is via creative representation through bits of… Continue reading

TIN Game Review

…The Basics: For ages 12 and up For 1 to 4 players About 45 minutes to complete Geek Skills: Active Listening & Communication Counting & Math Reading Learning Curve: Child – Easy Adult – Easy Theme & Narrative: None Endorsements: Gamer Geek rejected! Parent Geek approved! Child Geek rejected! Overview… Continue reading

Dungeon Heroes Game Review (prepublished version)

…means the game is very easy to teach and should be accessible to your most nonnonnon-gamer friends, although they might not appreciate (or even understand) the game’s theme. Best of all, the game is fast, sets up, and breaks down quickly. You won’t have any problem finding the space or… Continue reading

Among the Stars Game Review (prepublished version)

…The Parent Geeks who were also Gamer Geeks enjoyed it immensely and wanted more. None of the non-gamers showed the game much thought. I interpreted their lack of interest as fear. Gamer Geeks? They loved it. The calm before the storm…My little geeks looks through the cards to familiarize himself… Continue reading

Revolution! Game Review

…suggest this game for anyone younger than the recommended age range. Your results will vary. Parent Geeks greatly enjoyed the game and even the non-gamers were enjoying themselves, but hardly dominating. The game is light enough to be accessible for even the most non-gamer of non-gamers. In some respects, I… Continue reading

Free the Box Game Review

…The Basics: For ages 5 and up (publisher suggests 12+) For 2 to 4 players Approximately 45 minutes to complete Geek Skills: Counting & Math Logical & Critical Decision Making Reading Emotional Coping Skills Learning Curve: Child – Easy Adult – Easy Theme & Narrative: None Endorsements: Gamer… Continue reading

Famous Zombies Game Review (prepublished version)

…then there are living people. Nevertheless, fight on you must. To do so, a player selects a Weapon card from their hand and discards it. There are two types of weapons. There are lethal (those that drop a zombie and make sure they never get up again) and non-lethal (which… Continue reading

Nanuk Game Review

…blocked, the hunt fails automatically. Rewards After the hunt has ended, one of the two groups will be awarded based on their bravery or skepticism. If the hunters succeeded, all the cards drawn, including those cards under the Doom tokens, are put into a single pile. All the hunters (none… Continue reading