Overlight Coming To Kickstarter April 24th

Renegade Game Studio has announced that they will be launching their Kickstarter campaign for Overlight on April 24th. This is a game that’s been a long time coming, with a lot of anticipation building around it. Just two weeks and we’ll know much more, with all sorts of insights from the game’s designers.
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Renegade Game Studio Taking Pre-Orders For Junk Orbit

Humans are pretty bad about leaving a trail wherever we go. Even well-meaning people leave stuff behind. And that penchant for being a bit messy can follow us even out into space. But one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, and that’s where you find yourself in Junk Orbit. Your job is to collect this junk for disposal. Pre-orders for the game are being taken now from Renegade Games.
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Review Roundup

Here we are back on Saturday. Hard to believe it’s as late as it is already. Day just seems to be flying by. If there’s any day of the week that I usually hope “drags on,” it’s Saturday. But not so today. I’ve been up since 3:15am (that’s just what time my brain decided to be awake this morning), and can’t believe how late it already is. But, one of the last things I really need to get done is get you those reviews you so desperately desire.

This week, we have: HEXploreit: The Forest of Adrimon, The First Steps of Calais, Vinyl, Mobster Metropolis, Rise of Moloch, Lotus iOS, Manhattan, Empires, Stuffed Fables, Hellapagos, Bunny Kingdom, The Fox in the Forest, and Burning Suns.

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Renegade Game Studios To Create Power Rangers Board Games

I really just missed being interested in Power Rangers. I remember watching the very first episode and feeling like I was about a year too old for it. However, as would be expected, some of my friends that were just a little younger than me thought it was the greatest thing ever. I’m sure Mike and Dan will be excited to know that Saban and Renegade Game Studios are teaming up to bring you a new line of tabletop games. Details are still thin about what those games will be, but stay tuned.
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Review Roundup

It’s Saturday and I’m painting minis.
… I’m not good at painting minis…
But, y’know, it’s just about getting the colored goop on the figure. I’m not going to be winning any Golden Demons or Crystal Brushes, but hey… they’ll be painted.

But while the last color dries, I’m gonna post your reviews for you.

Today we have: War of Supremacy, Laruna: Age of Kingdoms, Harvest Dice, Ex Libris, Legacy of Dragonholt, Boom Blast Stix, A Column of Fire, Cytosis, Dream Catchers, Arkon, Fabled Fruit, Queendomino, and Clans of Caledonia.

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Castell Now Available From Renegade Game Studios

We’ve all seen human pyramids being made by cheerleaders at some sporting event. It can be quite a sight to see. But they really don’t hold a candle to the tradition in Catalonia of Castell, where teams will create towers made of people that reach into the sky. If you’re like me and don’t really want to climb a human tower and risk falling, you can still enjoy the tradition on your tabletop with Castell, available now from Renegade Game Studios.
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Exclusive International Tabletop Day Items Available to Pre-Order

There are a lot of holidays throughout the year (heck, as I mentioned earlier, it’s one here today in the US). But there’s only one holiday that’s specifically all about gaming. And it’s not just one country’s holiday. It’s everyone’s! It’s International Tabletop Day. And it’s been growing with every year. This year, you can even get some exclusive items. Just ask your FLGS to put their name on the list to get the box of goodies.
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Renegade Game Studio Announces Clank! The Mummy’s Curse

The Pyramids of the ancients. Grand funerary vaults to powerful kings of the past.
… or, to a grave-robber, a giant “LEWT HERE!!!” sign. 😛
Renegade Game Studio has announced Clank! The Mummy’s Curse, a new expansion to the popular game series. Make your way through the twisting halls and passageways, looking to get all the treasure you can while making sure to stay quiet, lest the deadly Croxobek hears you.
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Renegade Game Studio and Hunter’s Books Team Up For New Releases

It’s good when people work together. In the gaming industry, that usually means getting games out to a bigger audience than originally thought possible. In this instance, it’s Renegade Game Studio and Hunter’s Books that are partnering up. With this alliance, games like Kids on Bikes, Outbreak Undead, and The ABCs of RPGs will be making their way to you.
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Review Roundup

It’s Saturday. And not just any type of Saturday, but Saturday of a 3-day weekend. I can’t think of a much better sort of Saturday… Well, maybe Saturday of Gen Con. But that’s a pretty damn busy Saturday. But for “above average” Saturdays, I’d say that 3-day weekend Saturday is a pretty good Saturday. Do you think I’ve typed the word “Saturday” enough by now? Well, I don’t know what you’ve got going on today, but I’m going to be delivering games to a friend, and then possibly having minis delivered to me. Because it’s an awesome Saturday. I’m also here to show off some reviews for you.

This week we have: Nemesis, Everdell, Fox in the Forest, Hamsterrolle, Codenames: Disney, Escape Room in a Box: The Werewolf Project, 878: Vikings, Kepler-3042, Okey Dokey, Santorini, Finished!, Ex Libris, and Hunger: The Show.

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Renegade Game Studios Previews Dokmus

For many of us, when we get a new game, we’ll play it once or twice and go, “You know, this is a great game, but I could see how it could be helped with an expansion.” It’s just sort of second nature. I know I’ve done it before. Be like, “This game’s great, but if it had (item) and (item), I think it’d be fantastic.” But you often never know when an expansion for a game will be coming out (if ever). Well, Renegade Game Studios is making us rest easy with Dokmus. Not only is it coming out later this month, but the expansion, Return to Erefel, is coming with it. Check ’em both out.
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Topiary Coming Next Week

It’s cold out. Really cold out. And the Eastern US is bracing for a major storm, after which, some seriously cold air will come flooding in. But let’s not think about that. Let’s think about a well-tended garden and some topiary bushes, instead. That sounds much better. Well, in one week, you’ll get some help with that with Topiary, a new game coming from Renegade Game Studio.
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Renegade Games To Publish English Version of Altiplano

The high desert isn’t the easiest place to live. The arid region in the Andes mountains offers few resources to those that want to call it home. But people do, indeed, call it home. But they have to make sure they have what they need to survive. Collecting the right goods at the right times is key. And that’s what you’ll be trying to do in Altilplano, a new board game that Renegade Games will be bringing to a North American audience.
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Legends of Sleepy Hollow Board Game Up On Kickstarter

Raise your hand if you’ve seen that old Sleepy Hollow cartoon about a million times and it freaked you out as a kid? *raises hand*
Yeah, just as I thought. And this is certainly the time of year for it, being October and all. Well, how many of you would also like to know what happened after the incident at the covered bridge? I know I would. Thankfully, Renegade Game Studios is here to help. They’re letting us know in Legends of Sleepy Hollow, a new cooperative board game up on Kickstarter.
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Renegade Games Announces Special Signing Event For Scott Pilgrim Card Game

We all have our favorite celebrities. For gamers and other nerdy types, that tends to go into areas such as artists and game designers (beyond just tv/movie stars and recording artists that many people have). Well, if you’re a fan of the Scott Pilgrim comic series as well as excited to get Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Card Game coming from Renegade Game Studios, and if you’re going to be in LA this Tuesday, you can stop by and get your game and get it signed, too.
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Renegade Game Studios Announces Overlight Game World

We’ve all seen countless fantasy settings. Most of them are rather Tolkien-esque in their approach. Well, Renegade Game Studios is looking to do something a little different. They’ve announced Overlight, a new universe that will be the bases for various new games. The first will be an RPG set in this all-new setting.
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Renegade Game Studio Announces Clank! In! Space! Card Game

Many big announcements were made over the past week at Gen Con. One of them was Renegade Game Studios announcing that they’re coming out with a new card game called Clank! In! Space! Yes, exclamation points entirely necessary. Much like the fantasy version of the game, Clank! In! Space! sees the players as thieves, looking to steal some loot. This time, it’s from evil Lord Eradikus. Be quiet or get caught by the guards.
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Renegade Game Studio to Release Kepler-3042

Occasionally, a game company will take over the release of a game from another company, usually to bring it to a wider audience, occasionally in a new language or two. Well, Renegade Game Studio is doing just such a thing, as they will be releasing Kepler-3042 at Essen Spiel, taking over for Placentia Games and Post Scriptum. The game is also getting an art facelift.
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Review Roundup

Well, it’s Saturday. My day was looking like it might be a bit dull, but then a friend was like, “Hey, let’s have everyone come over and game.” and I was like, “done and done. I just need to type up a post first.” So, that’s the sacrifice I’m making for you all. I could be on my way to gaming, but I know how much you need to get your review articles. Such is my dedication to this site and its readers. 😛 😉
The Johnny Cash, Hank Williams Sr., and Roy Acuff are helping, too.

Today we have: Dairyman, Bottlecap Vikings, Cult Following, Game of Trains, Yamatai, The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen, Balloon Pop, Unearth, Shahrazad, Rhein: River Trader, Dresden Files, Riff Raff, BarenPark, Jaipur, and Sentient.

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Mmm, Saturday. Drink it in! … *sip* … tastes like Sobe Citrus Energy… Oh, hey, look! An open Sobe Citrus Energy! Ain’t that a kick in the head? *sip*
But my drinking habits aside, I know you’re here for your weekly dose of reviews. So let’s get to it.

Today we have: Exit the Game, Ascended Kings, Stroop, Component Collector & Dice Tray, DeepWars, Beasts of Balance, Jaipur iOS, Clank! Sunken Treasures Expansion, Isle of Monsters, Qwinto, Downforce, Century: Spice Road, Fistful of Lead – Reloaded, Watson & Holmes, and Zooloretto.

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Renegade Game Studio Announces Planet Defenders

It seems that even in the far future, there’s issues with proper disposal of our unused items. As humanity has expanded throughout the galaxy, our old, discarded robots are starting to pile up in the spaceways. That’s causing issues and something needs to be done about it. That’s where the Planet Defenders come in. That’s the story behind Planet Defenders, a game that Renegade Game Studio will be bringing to an English-speaking audience later this year.
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Review Roundup

Well, now that you’ve gone and gotten your name on the list to get your copy of the new edition of 40k, let’s get down to business with the regular affairs for Saturdays. That is, the Review Roundup.

Today we have: Carcosa, Pandemic, 12 Realms, 12 Realms: Ghost Town, Legendary: Big Trouble in Little China, Imperial Settlers: Aztecs Expansion, Space Invaders: Dice, Coal Baron: The Great Card Game, Saga of the Northmen, Wettlauf nach El Dorado, Get Rich Quick, Critters Below, and Honshu.

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Review Roundup

Hey everyone. I’m sure a lot of you are reading this after getting back from Salute. If that’s the case… *envy-waves in your direction* I wish I’d been there. Maybe someday. But for those of us in the States, Australia, and elsewhere that can only live vicariously through your photos and videos, we wish we were there. In the meantime, let’s get some reviews.

This week we have: Lotus, The Exiled: Siege, Ancient Terrible Things, Ticket to Ride: Rails and Sails, and Hanamikoji, Yamatai.

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Renegade Game Studios Announces Sentient Card Game

That’s not to say that the game is self-aware. Sentient is just the name of the game. A board game that knows its own existence sounds like some summer blockbuster movie. But no, this is “just” a game. In it, you’ll be trying to program sentient robots to work out in the world. It’s a lot easier said than done.
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Renegade Game Studios Announces Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Card Game

When reading over the description for this game, all I could think of was the old Toys R Us jingle, “I don’t wanna grow up. I’m a Toys R Us kid…”
And now I’ve probably gotten that stuck in a lot of your heads, too. No, I’m not ashamed.
Anyway, Renegade Game Studios has announced that they’re going to be coming out with a new deck-builder card game based on Scott Pilgrim. It’s called Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Card Game.
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Renegade Game Studios Announces FlipShips

Alert! Alert! An alien mothership has appeared above the planet! Enemy fighters are being launched. Our own defenses, caught off-guard, are responding as best we can. It’s going to be a rough fight, but we’ve got to repel the invaders and make the world safe again. That’s the story behind FlipShips, a new dexterity-based game coming from Renegade Game Studios.
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Renegade Game Studio Announces Fox in the Forest

What does the fox say?
Well, judging by YouTube videos of foxes, they make little squeaking sounds, mostly. However, in fairy tales, they tend to say a lot more. Fairy tales are full of strange things happening all the time, and that’s what they bring to Fox in the Forest, a new trick-taking card game coming from Renegade Game Studio.
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Midweek Snippets

The week rolls along (and I’ve got Ace of Spades playing), so you know I’m working at a pretty fevered tempo. If I’m going to keep up this pace as I work on TGN stuff and then get busy with some work on (redacted), I need to get a good meal of bite-sized gaming stories. Good thing that’s just what we’ve got here.

On the platter today we have: Free Hearts February From Advanced Deployment, Luxury Hand Crafted Playing Card Holders On Kickstarter, SpecForce Rangers: Outlanders Phase 4 Sci-Fi Minis Up On Kickstarter, Knuckleduster’s Latest Wild West Release Now Available, The Third Law Coming to Kickstarter This Spring, PenguinComics.com Releases Four Horror/Fantasy Fonts for RPG Developers, Renegade Companion App now includes Clank, New Miniatures Released by RBJ Game Company, Battlefront Features Team Yankee East German Gaming Aids, and Sally 4th Releases Sloppy Jalopy 28mm Chieftain kit.

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Renegade Game Studio Announces Two New Games

The folks over at Renegade Game Studio have been rather busy. They’ve got a pair of new board games that they’d like to announce, which will be available for your tabletops soon. They’re… sort of two ends of the spectrum, really. Sci-fi action… and cute fuzzy puppies.
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Review Roundup

Another Saturday, another Review Roundup.
It’s a calm and subdued Saturday here at the den. Just chillin’ for a cool, December day.
So, let’s just head over to today’s articles.

We’ve got: Rise of the Kage, Imhotep, Arkham Horror: The Card Game, Conan the Board Game Review, Dominion: Empires, Dicey Goblins, Theomachy, Microfilms, Clank!, and The Amberden Affair.

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Review Roundup

Hey there, everyone. We’ve once more made it to The Weekend. Isn’t it just grand? As you’re reading this, I’m hanging out at my friend’s Library, playing some games. It’s a good time had by all.

But that’s me. As for you, you’re here to check out some game reviews. So let’s get to it.

Today we have: Ice Cool, Game of Trains, Sprue Grey: Wargame Hobby Magazine – The Golden D6 Tutorial Issue Six, Pandemic: Reign of Cthulhu, Gloobz, Sushi Go Party!, 13 Days, Junk Art, Lotus, Beyond Baker Street, Rise of Man: Stone Age, and Quarto.

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Clank Deck-Building Game To Be Available At Gen Con

Renegade Game Studios and Dire Wolf Digital are teaming up to bring you a new deck-building game at Gen Con (well, they’re bringing it to you after Gen Con as well, but it’ll be debuted at Gen Con). The game is called Clank and it’s all about trying to get a nice nap in… kind of.
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Review Roundup

Saaaatuuuuuuurrrdaaaaaaaaaay!
Saturday of a long weekend, too. All. The. Bonus!

But that doesn’t mean I’m going to shirk my duties. You want your review articles, and I’m here to give them to you.

So I present to you: Who Knew, Everdawn, Flick ‘Em Up, Night of Man, Ra, Through the Ages: A New Story of Civilization, Tyrants of the Underdark, VIII Corps: The Somme 1916, Wombat Rescue, Nefarious, Apotheca: The Secret Potion Society, Back to the Future: An Adventure Through Time, Dungeon Time, Bear Valley, and Millennium Blades.

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Review Roundup

Good times, Saturday. As you read this, I’m hanging out at a Gundam Model Build day at a shop on the South Side of town. After that will hopefully be some Guild Ball. I’ve already had my tacos lingua.

But as you’re here for a review roundup, let’s get you a review roundup.

Today we have: Stak Bots Red Expansion, Apotheca, Summit, Meteor, Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower, Steam Time, Trick of the Rails, and Birds of a Feather.

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