Review Roundup

Saturdaaaaaaaaaay! Woo! Time to go out and… schedule this post, have some breakfast, get groceries, and then do some gaming! Woo! Going to a friend’s place to hang out, have some game time, do some cooking out on the grill, and just having a good day, all before next week’s blitz that is CMON Expo. After that, D&D the week after. Needless to say, my gaming dance card is full for a while. But it all starts with scheduling this post. So let me get to that.

Today we have: Are You Going to Eat That?, Fire Tower, Omen: Reign of War, Treasure Mountain, Sickest Witch, Sparkle Kitty Nights, Dream Home: 156 Sunny Street Expansion, Food Truck Champion, Iquazu, Council of 4, Karuba, North American Railways, Kaiju Crush, and Blight Chronicles: Agent Decker.

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Review Roundup

It’s officially the holiday shopping season. Gamers all over the world will be getting and giving gifts. But what games should you buy? You don’t want to chance your money on something you won’t end up playing. As such, Reviews are a great way to save money, letting you know how a game works so you can only get the ones you want. So let’s save you some money.

Today we have: True Crime Legends, Dream Home, Medici, Dragon Punch, 4 Gods, Garbage Day, A Feast for Odin, Amun-Re, Jorvik, and Santorini.

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Dream Home Now Available From Asmodee

If I could build a dream home, it’d be at least 75% kitchen. Of the remaining 25%, 24% of it would be taken up by “gaming space,” with the last 1% going to essentials like bedroom, bathroom, laundry room, and such like that. I don’t quite think I could make that exact thing in Dream Home by Asmodee, but now that the game’s out, I could certainly try.
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Dream Home Now Coming Soon From Asmodee/Rebel

My apartment is pretty tiny. It’s not exactly where I hope to live the rest of my life. If I could, I’d build my own dream home. A good 75% of the space would be kitchen. Then there’d be a game room off to the side with a hammock and… yeah, that’d be just about it. If you want to build your own dream home, but don’t have the money to do it, you can still play Dream Home from Asmodee/Rebel.
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