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Canyon Maze 24x30
by Douglas W.
Publisher: CB Jones
Date Added: 09/02/2020 14:27:15
Canyon Maze 24x30 My group had a lot of fun with this for a distance-gaming session. I put the big map onto Google Slides, pasted a bunch of small black squares over the whole map, and then the party got chased thru this maze by lava demons. I revealed or sometimes shrank down the squares while the party looked on in Zoom. The party was faster than the demons.... until fatigue started slowing them down! Great tension and mystery. The map was the inspiration for the scene. The art quality supported my project nicely. I could also have used the individual segment maps for much more close up if I had wanted to. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Four Against the Great Old Ones
by Lee S.
Publisher: Ganesha Games
Date Added: 08/31/2020 22:04:21
Four Against the Great Old Ones I dare say, the best Cthulhu-based game since Call of Cthulhu and the Fantasy Flight line. The material is thoroughly researched and presented very well. Eight investigators to choose from, and you'll probably need all of them as the game does not hold your hand. Repeat: There is no hand-holding in this game. You will lose, and lose terribly, until you learn how to win. It's not a theme park game designed to let you breeze through encounters to ensure you see all the beautiful things they put into it. It doesn't give you a 'been there, done that' t-shirt for showing up. It is very old school, as are all the 4AD books, in that they are meant to be challenging. If you want a game you can play so you can say you did, roll a die. If it's a six, you won! Congratulations. Here's your shirt. If you want a game that will challenge you and keep you on your toes, 4AtGOO is one to beat....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Aliens II Set
by scott j.
Publisher: Arion Games
Date Added: 08/31/2020 20:03:37
Aliens II Set Product contains images that are clearly the IP of others, including the Aliens, Starship Troopers, and Starcraft franchises.

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
RAVENFELL: Core Set
by Joshua M.
Publisher: Fat Dragon Games
Date Added: 08/29/2020 18:27:44
RAVENFELL: Core Set Absolutly Briliant, Easy to Build and the Quality of the Desighn is top notch! Thanks for your hard work and i look forward to purchasing new sets in the future.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
4AD Game Board: a one-page play sheet for Four Against Darkness
by Joshua M.
Publisher: Wisps of Time
Date Added: 08/29/2020 18:24:20
4AD Game Board: a one-page play sheet for Four Against Darkness This is Fantatic, everything on one page great for taking anywhere. Thank you very much.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Five Klicks From the Zone Chapter 1
by Andrew C.
Publisher: Nordic Weasel Games
Date Added: 08/28/2020 13:27:08
Five Klicks From the Zone Chapter 1 As a solo gamer, Nordic Weasel is my go-to producer of great rule sets designed for my particular gaming preference. The beauty is that games designed as solo experiences translate WAY easier to cooperative or opposed play than the other way around. For games meant to be played against an opponent, there is usually an "empty" feel to a set of solo play rules. Overly simplified AI, enemies that simply run full speed across the table like a pack of mindless zombies, and other oddities can make the enemy feel less "thinking" and lean towards random behavior. I really appreciate that there is some ongoing support and development for this game as well, with the third expansion just being released. Expansions have created new enemy types, new locations, and (most important) new loot. I'd give this 6-stars if I could. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
FUTURESHOCK! / Issue 2
by Andrew C.
Publisher: Crushpop Productions
Date Added: 08/28/2020 13:20:42
FUTURESHOCK! / Issue 2 Addition of mutations in this one are great. Vehicle rules are functional, but I think you are going to want a larger playing space than the prescribed 1x1' space. That is a little like putting a car in a wrestling ring. Could be funny, but I think more space would feel better. Again, rules are quick and easy to understand, but allow for as much simplicity or complexity as you desire.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
FUTURESHOCK!
by Andrew C.
Publisher: Crushpop Productions
Date Added: 08/28/2020 13:16:38
FUTURESHOCK! These would make a great entry level gaming experience. While simple, I like the points value method of adding to your thrashers. I think that gives it just enough variation that there is some control over your character build, but in the end you still just end up with an attack modifier and a defense modifier. That makes opposed rolls pretty easy. Once everyone gets the hang of the basics, the system pretty quickly and easily allows for a more complex level of play, and makes house rules easy enough to add without breaking the delicate balance of the rules. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Heroic Maps - Storeys: Down The Well
by Don K.
Publisher: Heroic Maps
Date Added: 08/25/2020 15:23:53
Heroic Maps - Storeys: Down The Well Good: Great set of maps. Really love the multi-level. Big enough for a complete adventure. One that that I would liked to have seen in the PDF was the image on the product page showing how the levels are connected.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Caves of the Kobold Slave-Masters
by Lee S.
Publisher: Ganesha Games
Date Added: 08/24/2020 13:34:54
Caves of the Kobold Slave-Masters I just finished playing all three chapters of Caves of the Kobold Slave-Masters, and here's what I thought of it... It's actually a really good sampler of applying the 4AD rules to different play styles. The first chapter uses a pregenerated map and introduces the idea of using the random charts with already created maps. After playing Chapter One, a player should have no problem dusting off old maps and using them with 4AD. The second chapter plays just like the default style presented in the Core Book. The third chapter goes a bit abstract, with almost no map at all and larger parties of characters. The third chapter was actually the most challenging of the three, as keeping track of the four PCs, the eight NPCs and the eighteen demons was made more complex by the demons all having a poison attack. I made a tracking sheet before tackling the third chapter that listed cleric abilities, spells, holy water, scrolls and bandages, as well as hit points. It helped immensely. I...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Future Armada: Gryphon
by Clay C.
Publisher: 0-hr
Date Added: 08/22/2020 08:34:54
Future Armada: Gryphon Great work! What about the void? there is a room on the frsit deck shown on the side view above the engneering space not labled and not show on the room list.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
RIO DRACO: Base Set
by John W.
Publisher: Fat Dragon Games
Date Added: 08/22/2020 07:31:54
RIO DRACO: Base Set This set is amazing. It has buildings, streams, water troughs, and desert ground. I will use this to make my Heroclix gaming a 3D game which will enhance my gaming experience. I look forward to other products that will increase my wild west town.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
CounterFact Issue 8
by Heretica A.
Publisher: One Small Step
Date Added: 08/21/2020 15:09:51
CounterFact Issue 8 This was first time buying this magazine, and I was attracted by the game included and it's strange premise. In it, designer Ty Bomba takes the idea that Bulgaria allies itself with the USSR in 1941, setting off a 2nd Winter War, this time between the USSR and Nazi Germany. A bit of a stretch but the idea intrigued me. The game itself is an odd duck, it uses a chit pull mechanic which separates movement from combat for each nation, randomly drawn from a cup. For example you may draw the activation chit for Rumanian Combat which is great if those forces are already in contact with the enemy, because you dont get to move those troops on the same activation. Given the small combat power of most of the nations on the board...this makes most of them useless in anything other than defence or possibly making sneaky attacks against undefended objectives. Not all that useful in a game where the Nazis and Soviets are roaming the board. The Nazis have an enormous advantage in that they ...

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Starport Precinct Map Kit
by Eric S.
Publisher: Dave Graffam Models
Date Added: 08/20/2020 17:46:38
Starport Precinct Map Kit So I wasn't 100% clear what this was before I bought it, but I'm really glad I got it. I was thinking "precinct" as in the area around a starport. This is a literal police precinct (or, I suppose, security precinct) for what would probably be a ground-based starport. The scale is 2m x 2m squares, slightly larger than the Traveller standard of 1.5 m squares. Descriptions are flexible, and imagine the same installation/maps being used at various tech levels (i.e. the "combat simulator" is imagined from high-tech to basically no-tech). The flexibility give this thing some extra re-usability. That said, it would be a shame to use it only once, given all the thought has gone into it. I imagine using it as the central location for a kind of Hill Street Blues spun up in a sci-fi setting....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
10,000 Random Rolls [BUNDLE]
by Conrad T.
Publisher: Games 4 Geeks
Date Added: 08/19/2020 05:47:38
10,000 Random Rolls [BUNDLE] It does exactly what it says in the description: provides a bunch of random rolls. This is great, I can use it while travelling on a coach without worrying about a bend meaning the dice go flying down the aisle. I can also see it being good for not tipping the players off you're making rolls if you use a GM screen.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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