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Standard deckbox holds up to 70 cards.
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Compost Heap
by Darin H.
Publisher: Skirmisher Publishing
Date Added: 12/29/2017 20:36:38
Compost Heap This game might have been written for a younger audience in mind, but this game is absolutely hilarious for the adult as well. Especially, if you're an eco-minded composter yourself. More than one screaming laugh was heard while playing this game. Buy this if you want a light-hearted fun game for a party.

[5 of 5 Stars!]
Index Card Encounters: Market Place Massacre
by Dillard R.
Publisher: Jason Scranton DM Morgal
Date Added: 12/23/2017 23:49:05
Index Card Encounters: Market Place Massacre Simple as all ICRPG material, but a great starting point to get your creative juices flowing. The map is clear although lacking a legend. A tax collector is included in the story but for what reason...? I guess that is up to the GM. The adventure is written in the style promoted by ICRPG. Light on detail, but detailed enough to run without the chance of being unfair to the players. An excellent starting product. Once it is tightened up it will be excellent.

[3 of 5 Stars!]
Blood, Sweat and Cheers
by Ken D.
Publisher: Ganesha Games
Date Added: 12/19/2017 15:29:09
Blood, Sweat and Cheers Buy this game. If you're looking through reviews wondering if you should buy it, I can assure you it's fantastic.

[5 of 5 Stars!]
Blinks Abhor Society
by Christine G.
Publisher: 64 Ounce Games
Date Added: 12/14/2017 19:32:20
Blinks Abhor Society These cards are fantastic and will be so fun to add to the regular CAH game. My daughter is blind and will so enjoy this added humor of her world.

[5 of 5 Stars!]
FREE! The Dragon cardstock 3D figure kit
by Rob B.
Publisher: Microtactix
Date Added: 12/08/2017 14:11:05
FREE! The Dragon cardstock 3D figure kit I love this dragon, can't wait to unleash it on my players.

[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Leprechaun Games (Condensed version)
by Eric L.
Publisher: Spare Change Games
Date Added: 12/01/2017 09:07:15
The Leprechaun Games (Condensed version) Leprechaun Games is regarded by its players as being our best game, still! It is highly interactive and downright fun!

[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Transformers Classics, Volume 1
by Jonas V.
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Date Added: 11/28/2017 05:03:46
The Transformers Classics, Volume 1 Very happy to have finally found these, but beware! Issue 3 is missing!

[3 of 5 Stars!]
Rainbow Deck
by Customer Name Withheld
Publisher: Chen Changcai
Date Added: 11/26/2017 07:57:40
Rainbow Deck Love this deck. It gets my creative juices flowing just interacting with them. My only issue is that they aren't Bicycle "Dura Flex" plastic cards, so they don't withstand the shuffling that they encourage. I imagine sleeves could mitigate that but I've never used sleeves and don't know how much they compromise the fun to be had, or which sleeves would fit the best, etc.

[5 of 5 Stars!]
Dog Bear
by Erik B.
Publisher: Invincible Ink
Date Added: 11/22/2017 12:45:25
Dog Bear When I played Dog Bear, my team infiltrated an enemy base, kidnapped a scientist at knife point, blew up a weapons depot, and drove off into the jungle in a stolen jeep. Fun times, had by all!

[5 of 5 Stars!]
Magic: The Gathering Volume 1
by Scott V.
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Date Added: 11/10/2017 21:14:41
Magic: The Gathering Volume 1 It's been a while since I really played magic. Back when I played I do't recall there being Planeswalkers. I don't see myself getting back into the game after reading this first volume either. With that being said I do see myslef intrigued by the world of Magic: The Gathering. The art here is nice and crisp. Each of the different planes has it's own feel and they pop off the page. Innistrad espically was beutifully colored. Many kudos to Martin Coccolo for the art and J. Edwin Stevens for the colors. For plot it's okay. Dak Fayden is a Planeswalker and he has stolen an item and this has caused many people to be less than happy with him about it. Avoiding spoliers I will say that the pacing could have been a bit better, at times the action was overly rushed and I had to force myself to slow down and actually take in what was happening. Parts of the plot also are basic in their exection. So, while elements of the story were formulaic in their execution it was an enjoyable read. Fans ...

[4 of 5 Stars!]
Wink Murder (Color)
by Brian R.
Publisher: Modern Parlour Games
Date Added: 11/01/2017 23:32:00
Wink Murder (Color) OK. I bought this on a whim because I needed a fun activity for a Halloween party I was hosting. We lit some candles, turned down the lights, and gave it a shot. Our group enjoyed it. It's a bit of a werewolf/mafia-style elimination game using physical cues to eliminate people. After our first game we tried the advanced rules with different roles to add some variety. The game was definitely better that way. The rules were pretty clear. The pdf layout was functional. The only thing needed to play the game is a standard deck of cards (but the pdf has cards you can cut out if you don't have access to playing cards). I did see one prominent typo in the text. And I wish the author would supplement the rules with a family-friendly option. Call it Wink Gotcha or something... But still, I can recommend Wink Murder if you are looking for a fun party game for a larger group. Works great on a stormy night!...

[5 of 5 Stars!]
Strange Gravity [BUNDLE]
by Ariana T.
Publisher: Jay Treat
Date Added: 10/27/2017 18:00:13
Strange Gravity [BUNDLE] This is my absolute favorite LARP - ever. Each role gives players both fictional authority and metagame responsibilities, which means that GM powers are distributed among all of the players. It also means you have to work twice as hard, switching between playing your character and shaping the game for the other players. Equally great for both veteran LARPers and first-timers, this game is thought-provoking, exciting, and all-around delightful. I always have a blast playing this game, but more importantly, I learn something new about myself, every time!...

[5 of 5 Stars!]
Fantasy Landscapes
by Ryan G.
Publisher: Dungeon Secrets
Date Added: 10/20/2017 23:44:39
Fantasy Landscapes The illustrations are good but they're in an inconvenient format.

[3 of 5 Stars!]
The Road to Ruin
by Thuyen N.
Publisher: Hero Forge Games
Date Added: 10/18/2017 22:31:35
The Road to Ruin Bought this game as a single-player. Set up and rules are straightforward so you can get playing pretty quickly. Love how the tension increases as the game goes on. Decisions feel like they have weight behind them and I spent more and more time thinking through what could go wrong if I went here or there. Can't wait to play co-op with friends and see if we can all survive!

[5 of 5 Stars!]
Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Complete Errata Set (RoR, 2nd printing)
by Mike J.
Publisher: Paizo
Date Added: 10/08/2017 21:44:47
Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Complete Errata Set (RoR, 2nd printing) Product was very promptly shipped and arrived within three days. As noted in other reviews, the colors of the replacement cards are very close to the original. (They seem just a tad more saturated, but it is well within the margin of acceptability, and you will not notice the difference when playing.) The surrounding black border is slightly uneven. The cards are the same size and weight of the cards that came with the game. I bought the second edition, so there were very few updates I needed to make to rulebook due to errata from the FAQ. I highly recommend purchasing the complete errata card set and am having a fantastic time playing this game, which would have been dimiished if I had to manually correct the cards....

[4 of 5 Stars!]
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