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January 1, 2021

Review of getCrewd game

  by Peter Bess getCrewd is a thematic 3 – 8 player card game. Each player takes on the role of a film producer with the goal of putting together a seven person crew (hand of cards) to make their movie. Play begins with each player randomly receiving a “Budget”

November 21, 2020

Review of Here to Slay

by Peter Bess Here to Slay is the newest game from Unstable Games, the makers of Unstable Unicorns, Llamas Unleashed, and more. In this 2-6 player game, you are working on putting together the baddest party of heroes around, and slaying monsters. There are two ways to win. Be the
By Peter Bess Roleplay gamers, it’s time to get excited, a new game is on the horizon! Tuesday, November 17th is the Kickstarter launch for Asunder: A Dark Fantasy RPG from Failed Superheroes Club. You can visit here to request a notification when the campaign launches https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/failedsuperhero/asunder. You can also
  GM Ron What is Asunder? That’s what I wondered when I was asked to review this exciting new RPG. I hope to provide you with a sense of the game and setting so that you can decide if this is the right game for your table. If you are
By Peter Bess So yeah…I just played the Call of Cthulhu, 7th edition RPG by Chaosium for the first time and it was great! My history with RPGs has mostly been limited to playing Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition, with a couple of one-shots in other systems like For the
GM Ron When James asked if I’d be interested in reviewing Mansions of Madness for Call of Cthulhu, I was a bit hesitant at first. I’ve been involved with role-playing games for over 40 years as both a player and a game master, but didn’t have much experience with this
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