Kickstarter Tabletop Roundup – Specially for the Solo Gamers

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As a Tabletop Geek, the best place to source unique and often high-quality games is Kickstarter. The crowdfunding platform has become the web market of choice for many, as it provides creators with the chance to improve the quality of their game production through exceeding their targets, and also gives might-have-never-otherwise-been-produced games a chance to shine. This week, we’re highlighting 7 we think are worthy of attention, that also happen to all have solo gameplay. […]

7 Best Mobile Tabletop Game Apps

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For when you can’t find someone who will game with you, here’s my list of the 7 Best Mobile Tabletop Game apps to date, in price order. These apps make it semi-okay when your friends refuse to play Pandemic with you again. 7 Best Mobile Tabletop Games: 1. Coup – Free It actually works. You wouldn’t think that a game based on calling other people’s bluffs would work online, but it does. It’s good enough and free […]

“The Refuge” Board Game Review and How-To-Play

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2-6 5m – 1h 13+ 4 / 5 Players Play Time Recommended Age Geek Rating   The Refuge Review: B&B Games launched their Kickstarter campaign for The Refuge on the 15th of September in 2016. Really, they had me at zombie. I enjoy it. It is really that simple. I’ve picked it up to play again and again, which is a good sign to me of a sound game. I gave it an 8 on […]