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Kemet


Saturday. Ah, the joy of it. Just drink it in.
I'm taking a break from putting together some Guild Ball models in order to get you your weekly Review Roundup (you can expect the Guild Ball review in the near future from me). So let's get you right to it.

This week we have: Plastic Soldier Company's Panzer IV, Slaughterball, Feldmaster Magnetic Army Carry Case, Runebound Third Edition, Zombie Tower 3D, WWE Superstar Showdown, Kemet: Ta-Seti, Arboretum, Fool’s Gold, and Strife: Shadows and Steam.

And we've successfully made it to Saturday. After the... incredible craziness that was this past week, I'm extremely thankful for just a low-key, simple Saturday. Once I'm done here I've got a Colossal to put together for a friend. Then I'm gonna just watch some movies. What movies? ... I've not really decided yet. Perhaps Snatch, The Blues Brothers, something Monty Python, ... obviously I haven't really decided yet, but it'll be good to just chill.

Before that, though, I need to get you some review articles. So let's do that.

Today we have: Savage Forged Miniatures' Stalker Zed, Crooked Dice Danger 5 7TV starter set, Legends of Andor, Escape Room in a Box, Food Chain Magnate, Blood Rage, Warhammer Quest: The Adventure Card Game, A.D.A.P.T., Pittsburgh 68, Fuse, Karuba, Kemet, Star Wars Timeline, Terra Mystica, Elysium, and Splendor.

Kemet brings the magic and mysticism of ancient Egypt to your tabletop. But will it have you crying for your... mummy?
Ok, sorry about that one.
The game got reviewed by the experts over at Play Board Games.

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From the post:

Kemet is an Egyptian-themed, area control game with a lot of fighting. You must control certain areas of the board to score but winning battles also scores you VPs.