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Orinoko Gold – An Even Weirder Review

HABA has a knack for publishing games that take simple mechanisms like stacking, balancing, and egg-holding(?) and turn them into fantastic family games. It’s no surprise that these games have taken off with the gamer crowd, as well. The gameplay … Continue reading

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Flea Market – An Even Weirder Review

Dice are weird, huh? No matter how well you think you know probability, at some point your brain is gonna be yelling “BET ON 12” and despite your better judgment you will, and sometimes, against the odds, it pays off. … Continue reading

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An Even Weirder Review – Council of Verona + Corruption Expansion

When Council of Verona was released, microgames were already officially a “thing.” It had beenĀ about a year since Love Letter hit, and there were a lot of small-deck games popping up to try to siphon off of some of the … Continue reading

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An Even Weirder Review: Lagoon – Land of Druids

One of the things a good game does best is give you the sensation that you’re just barely competent. When you’re staring at the board, and you almost don’t find the move that will save you, but then you do … Continue reading

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An Even Weirder Review: Deadwood

(I am porting over older reviews from my BGG profile. These might be old and/or bad. Please excuse their old-and-or-badness.) Deadwood is a worker-placement game with a dash of dice-rolling PvP conflict. Players control a small gang of three cowboys … Continue reading

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