Tabletop Roundup #21 — 7 Wonders Duel, Coup: Rebellion G54 Anarchy, Lords of Xidit

It’s getting harder and harder to get people to the table and play some games.  I don’t like that.  I do like all three of these games, though, including a two player variant on a classic and an expansion to one of my all time favorites.  To me, my board games!

If there’s an expansion to Coup, you can be sure I’m down to play it.

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Tabletop Roundup #20 — A Game of Thrones: Hand of the King, Smash Up, The Castles of Burgundy

Winter is coming here which means the pace of new video games has slowed down.  So, here are three tabletop games to keep you entertained while hiding from the winter chill.

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Become the king’s next hand in this aptly named ASOIAF game.

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Tabletop Roundup #19 — Eminent Domain, Innovation, Wrath of Ashardalon

As you decide which of the year’s top games to pick up from holiday sales, don’t neglect board game deals!  Here are another trio of games I tried recently including a space-themed deck builder and another D&D big box adventure.

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Seize control of your own frontier in Eminent Domain

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Tabletop Roundup #17 — Between Two Cities, Don’t Mess With Cthulhu, Patchwork, Spyfall

The dog days of summer may be behind us, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a good time to stay inside with the AC and play some board games.  I’ve got a couple of unique ones on the list today.  Shall we?

A co-op game where you play twice at the same time?  SIgn me up.

Between Two Cities is co-op game where you play twice at the same time.

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Tabletop Roundup #16 — Jaipur, Power Grid, Seasons, Temple of Elemental Evil

The stream of new board games for me has slowed down, meaning the posts about board games have slowed down.  I do have another set of four to talk about today, though, including some risk/reward, resource management, and straight up role playing.  To the table we go!

Power Grid takes a while to play, but man is it good.

Power Grid takes a while to play, but man is it good.

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