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Hey there, Legal Eagles. It's time to think like a lawyer (love that channel on YouTube). Rock Manor Games is looking to take you to court. But don't worry, you're not being put on trial for anything. Instead, you're playing as legal counsel. Lawyer Up is a new asymmetrical card game where players look to argue their case in court. The game is up on Kickstarter now.

We've seen a lot of video games being turned into board games lately. But what about other media? In this instance, we have The Few and Cursed comic book. This weird west tale is coming to tabletops as The Few and Cursed: The Board Game. Fight western gangs, defeat monsters, collect bounties on no-good nasty varmints, and earn you way to fame or infamy. The game is up on Kickstarter now.

I mean, you could just get a little apocalypse. Or you could get some regular apocalypse. But, for me, I don't like to do anything half-measures. I want Maximum Apocalypse. And if you're like me, you want the most Maximum Apocalypse you can get. And that's why there's a Legendary Edition of the game up on Kickstarter now.

Saturday! Woo!

I know some of my friends are down at AWA downtown. I'm currently safely at home, grooving to some Sims 4 while I wait for this evening's D&D session. Gotta go take care of that Strahd murder house, y'all! But I know what you are here for are the reviews I know you so desperately desire. So let's get to it.

Today we have: Super Mario Bros. Party Card Game, Snow Time, D100 Dungeon, Tower of Madness, The Deck of Many Animated Spells, Kariba, Deities Domination, Seal Team Flix, Nanty Narking, Brass, Yellow & Yangtze, Menara, and Quests of Valeria.

Rock Manor Games has launched a Kickstarter campaign for their cooperative puzzle game, Set a Watch. Players must go from location to location, solving puzzles and trying to keep sets of monsters from invading their camps.

New Canton is the first ever expansion for Brass Empire. But it's more than just a simple stack of cards that you can shuffle into your decks. It's a whole narrative campaign with 12+ hours worth of playtime (though you don't have to play that all at once, mind you). There's Legacy components, too, that you'll unlock as you continue along. It's quite an ambitious expansion set, and it's up on Kickstarter now.
I just want to say that before you ask, yes, this was the most apocalypse that we could legally bring you in one place.
Anyway, it would seem as though the world has once more come to an end. Damnit, Carl! I said you shouldn't go poking around that old atomic control panel. Now, we're stuck in this wasteland and have to find the tools and consumables for survival, all while fighting off various monsters. That's the story behind Maximum Apocalypse a new cooperative board game up on Kickstarter now.