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Return to Dark Tower Review (Including Dark Horde and Alliances)

Title: Return to Dark Tower Genre: Fantasy Adventure Publisher: Restoration Games Designer: Tim Burrell-Saward, Isaac Childres, Noah Cohen, Rob Daviau,

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Decktective: Bloody-Red Roses Review

The Decktective series feels like games made especially for me.  When I was young I got a collection of Sherlock Holmes stories and, being an impressionable child, I spent the next decade of my life thinking I would grow up to become a detective. I fell in love with incorrigibly quirky sleuth and mysteries in general, so games that incorporate puzzles and whodunits often turn out to be some of my favorites. Decktective: Bloody-Red Roses takes the excitement of solving a case and boils it down into a streamlined game that surprised me with its ingenuity and depth.

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Game in a Minute: Letter Jam

Letter Jam is a pretty unique design – a cooperative, spelling, deduction, game that can accommodate a fairly large crowd.  But how well does this abstract game manage to jam in the fun?  Check out this week’s Game in a Minute and find out!

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Back to the Future: Back in Time Review

Back to the Future is a classic film beloved by many, and numerous games have tried to capture the essence of the film in a fun and engaging way, but licensed games are always a tricky thing to pull off right. Well, Funko has joined in the fun with their take on this time travelling story by creating a challenging cooperative dice-chucking game about Marty’s desperate quest.  How does Back to the Future: Back in Time manage to capture the source’s essence?  And more importantly, will you be able to ensure the timeline remains intact, despite cursing Biff until the bitter end?  Let’s find out!

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The Liberation of Rietburg Review

Now it’s no secret that Team Gameosity loves a good cooperative game.  And up there with some of our favorites is Legends of Andor, a narrative-driven adventure game.  In The Liberation of Rietburg, players will return to the world of Andor, but this time instead of being tasked with defending an entire kingdom over the course of several scenarios, they must instead contend with the defense of the titular city as waves of monsters batter its walls and infiltrate its depths.  Do you and your fellow adventurers have what it takes to protect the city before it’s overrun with monsters?  Lets find out as we take a look at Liberation of Rietburg!

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