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Game Review: New York Slice

New York Slice Bezier Games, 2017 A game guaranteed to make you hungry, New York Slice is a “I slice, you choose” game. Remember when your parents, or perhaps your kids were given a cookie or other treat, and one child divided the treat, but the other child choose which piece they received? This game is modeled […]

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Game Review: Suburbia

Suburbia Bezier Games, 2012 In Suburbia, you are working against other players to build communities that will attract more people while at the same time, providing enough money to grow and build. Each player starts with three tiles, a community park, a factory and a suburb. A real estate market is placed on the center […]

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Game Review: Nefarious

Nefarious USAopoly, 2011 What are we going to do tonight? Try to invent new, nefarious inventions to try to take over the world! Nefarious is a great little game from the well known game designer, Donald X. Vaccarino. It is easy to play but does have a slight learning curve, as it uses a slightly odd game […]

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Game Review: Mysterium

Mysterium Asmodee, 2015 Mysterium is a new cooperative mystery themed board game where one player is the “ghost” and the other players are “mediums” attempting to solve a murder by channeling the spirits. This game is simply described as “Clue” meets “Dixit” (see previous review). At the beginning of the game, a certain number of […]

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