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Any good adventurer worth their salt loves the sight of a good dungeon. Sure, they're usually teeming with all manner of nasty monsters, but they're just as likely to also be teeming with all manner o
It's a beautiful Saturday here in Atlanta. The sun's shining. It's warm outside.... Sounds like a perfect time to go to the LGS and stay inside, playing games all day! :DAnd to those dealing with ice
Hey there, everyone. I hope you're all having a great Saturday. I just got back from the grocery store (I'm typing this up a decent amount earlier than it is set to go live) so I can get ready to have
It's Saturday.It's also October.I mean, seriously, can it really get that much better than this? Oh, yeah, *puts on some Type O Negative while working on the post* There we go.Anyway, you want 'em, so
Action Phase Games' most-known game is Heroes Wanted where you take two different cards and create your superhero from them. Well, now Action Phase Games and Indie Boards and Cards are merging like th
Want to overthrow the powers that be? JR Honeycutt reviews Coup from Indie Boards and Cards. Vive la Revolution!There's something to be said about only keeping the games you like most as part of your
Club Fantasci got themselves a guest reviewer in the form of Rodger Moore and gets his thoughts on Dragon Slayer by Indie Boards & Cards.SourceFrom the post:A thick mist is before you as you approach.
Club Fantasci takes a look at Flash Point: Fire Rescue from Indie Boards and Cards and gives you their thoughts on the subject in this review article.From the post:This is how you feel in an intense a