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Please Fix the Teleporter Review


Please Fix the Teleporter seizes on the horrifying idea of a transporter breaking mid-teleport, leaving Captain Gerf and his arch nemesis Emperor Korlax trapped within the beam as a garbled mess of parts! You and your fellow likely-to-be demoted teleporter techs are racing to see who can fix the teleporter first and save the Captain and the Emperor from becoming a massive pile of nightmare fuel. (But, like, in a cute, family-friendly way!)

November 10, 2020


Enhance Your Virtual Board Game Night with Asmodee’s Connect & Play


Asmodee has announced that they’ve launched a new and exciting tool for helping people learn to play Asmodee board games virtually. Connect & Play is an initiative that provides written step-by-step instructions on how to play games such as Dixit, Just One, and Spot It over video conferencing services like Zoom, Google Meet and Skype.

November 9, 2020





Game in a Minute: Lift Off! Get me off this Planet!


Lift Off! Get me off this Planet! is a race to be the most successful at evacuating your Alieneeples from the core of your swiftly-exploding homeworld and onto an escape rocket.  With tons of variety in its mechanisms and gameplay, is Lift Off! Get me off this Planet! the escape you’ve been looking for?  Check out Game in a Minute to find out!

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November 1, 2020


Andrew’s Fave Five Kickstarters of the Week 10/30/20


Hi folks!  Jess is taking the week off, so I’m here to fill your eyeballs with some more Kickstarter goodness!  On the docket today are the crushing depths of the ocean, orange extraterrestrials, and a nightmare made of vegetables.  But first, some tea!

October 30, 2020



Gameosity Reviews A Game of Cat & Mouth


A Game of Cat & Mouth is like a cross between knock hockey, pinball, and a  boisterous trip to the vet all rolled up into one. As a dexterity flicking game it’s design might look toy-like, but is it as fun as its’ packaging? Check out Jess’ review to find out.

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October 27, 2020



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