Slugfest Games Running Red Dragon Inn: Munchkin Kickstarter

The Red Dragon Inn is a great place to head after a long adventure. Satchels full of gold, hit the bar and buy some drinks. Participate in games. Lose all your money! Well, most people will lose their money and consciousness. The one that’s up the latest will be able to grab what they can (and probably not have any wyvern dongs drawn on their face, either). Slugfest Games’ Red Dragon Inn has a lot of fans and a lot of expansions. Well, a new one’s coming. This time, it’s a tie-in with another fan-favorite fantasy world: Munchkin. The game is up on Kickstarter now.
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The Red Dragon Inn 7: The Tavern Crew Up On Kickstarter

Beer! Beer! Beer! Tiddilly beer! Beer! Beer! Tiddilly beer! Beer! Beer!
The Red Dragon Inn is the place to go when you head into town. The ale flows and there’s plenty of gambling and some light brawling, too. Of course, everyone wants to show they’re the toughest and can handle the most drink. But who will be the last one standing and who will have nasty things drawn on their face while they’re passed out? That’s for you to decide.
SlugFest Games is currently running a Kickstarter for the 7th expansion in the Red Dragon Inn game. It’s a stand-alone set called The Tavern Crew.
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Review Roundup

It’s Saturdaaaaaaaaaaay! Woooooooo!
Due to the rain, my initial plans for the day fell through. But I’m hoping to rebound and maybe hang out with some people here and just chill. Yes, just me, them, and a whole pan of homemade banana pudding cheesecake…
But at the moment, I know what you all really want are the day’s reviews.

Today we have: Ethnos, Founders of Gloomhaven, Macroscope, Dragonstone Mine, Sheep & Thief, Gyrating Hamsters, Pests, Potion Explosion iOS, Salem, Exit: The Game, Lorenzo il Magnifico, Covil, Meduris, Saltlands, The Flow of History, Sagrada, The Red Dragon Inn: Battle for Greyport, and Ulock!.

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Review Roundup

Hey everyone! As you’re reading this, I’m enjoying Day 2 of the CMON Expo. If you’re in the Atlanta area, head down and check it out. It’s a great time had by all. Can’t make it? Be sure to check out the TGN Facebook Page for updates about all the stuff going on here throughout the day.
As for here and now, it’s time for those game reviews I know you all love so much.

Today we have: Zombie Tsunami, Arctic Scavengers, Dastardly Dirigibles, Ivion, Darkrock Ventures, Battle for Greyport, Phalanxx, V-Commandos, Mangaka, Onirim iOS, Twenty One, 3 to 4 Headed Monsters, Neroshima Hex: Mephisto, Veggie Garden, Barcelona: The Rose of Fire, Dragoon, Path of Light and Shadow, Watson & Holmes, Steam Works, and Gyrating Hamsters.

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SlugFest Games running The Red Dragon Inn 5 Kickstarter

SlugFest Games has a Kickstarter campaign up and running for The Red Dragon Inn number 5. A big push of this is creating a box that will fit not only the current set of cards, but all the other cards that have come out for the game.
They’re already over their funding goal with still 29 days left on the clock.


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SlugFest Games launches RDI Organized Play Program

SlugFest Games has announced a new organized play program for The Red Dragon Inn.


From the announcement:

Hey SlugFans!

We are pleased to announce the launch of our official Organized Play program for The Red Dragon Inn! You can now come to your local game stores and play in Tournaments for your chance to win new promo cards. The launch of this program is a huge undertaking and we are eager to see how you all like it! Your Friendly Local Game Store can now order Organized Play Kits. What’s in the kit? Glad you asked!
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Everybody will be Kung Fu Fighting

SlugFest Games has launched their Kickstarter campaign for Kung Fu Fighting, their action card game.


From the campaign:

Kung Fu Fighting is a fast paced, action card game for 2 to 6 players. You and your friends engage in climactic fights right out of Kung Fu movies. Teach them the meaning of pain with devastating kicks and punches. If you prefer, grab a weapon – like a bo staff or the nearest table – and start flipping through the air as you beat down your foes.

When the dust settles will you be the only one left standing? Or will your Kung Fu be too weak?

Kung Fu Fighting is a stand-alone card game with multiple ways to play. The base game is a free-for-all fight where each player is on their own battling for supremacy. Kung Fu Fighting will also come with rules for Team play and Character Cards with unique abilities. Once you get a feel for the game you can add in the Team Cards and Character Cards for more advanced play.