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Some new expansion packs are coming soon for Unmatched from Mondo and Restoration Games.

Welcome to Jurassic Park! *movie theme score plays, but we could only afford the version on kazoo*

That's right, the game about fighting for control will pit humans vs dinosaurs with InGen vs. Raptors later this year, with Sattler vs. T Rex and the Dr. Alan Grant solo sets coming sometime in 2020.

So, seriously, I thought the game looked cool before, but the prospect of playing dinosaurs, particularly a T. Rex has me giddy with anticipation.

Mondo Games and Restoration Games will soon be bringing you Unmatched, a new card-driven miniatures skirmish game where players take on the role of history's and mythology's greatest fighters in a one on one grudge match to the end. They're also excited to announce that the first single-hero expansion pack will feature Bruce Lee.

Woo! Saturday! Woo!
I've... got nothing, really. I'm about to head over to a friend's place to game. So let's just dive into the reviews, shall we? We shall.

This week, we have: Wordstacker, Wordsy, Dragoon, Founders of Gloomhaven, Quest for the Antidote, Tokaido, Marvel Legendary: Noir, Quiver, Thunderbirds, Beasts of Balance, Stop Thief!, Zoo Ball, Automobiles: Racing Season, Between Two Cities: Capitals, Far Space Foundry, Good Cop Bad Cop, Unlock!, The Cohort, Star Scrapper: Cave In, Century: Spice Road, This War of Mine, Barenpark, Heldentaufe, Kingdomino, Pathfinder Adventures app, and Space Invaders Dice.

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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