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The Pioneers Program

Electronic versions of games can really be handy when you're not at home but you want to play a game. I mean, most of us don't have a whole game library at our offices that we can pull from during lunchtime. And even those of us that do, we might not always have the room to spread out and play a game. As such, virtual tabletop programs can really be of big help. They can also help you decide if you want to back a game on Kickstarter or not. For example, The Pioneers Program is up on Kickstarter now, but they're also available to try out on Tabletopia.
GCT Studios posted up a couple of new previews for Bushido over on their website. I've you've been wondering what else will be coming out for either the Jung Pirates or maybe the Cult of Yurei, you'll want to check them out.
Always a fan of the weekend, as you all know. Today I'm just kind of hanging out before going to a friend's birthday party later. Should be a good time had by all. But at the moment, I'm bringing you those review articles that I know you so desperately desire.

Today we have: Mechs vs. Minions, Gorechosen, Star Trek: Panic, Happy Party, Hit Z Road, Dastardly Dirigibles, Loony Quest, Eclipse, Battle of the Bands Review, The Pioneers Program, Pocket Quest, Oh Gnome You Don't, and Arena of the Planeswalkers: Shadows Over Innistrad Expansion.

Well, it's happened again. The world's come to an end. Damnit, Carl! I told you to not push that button. Now humanity is spread across a nuclear wasteland, having to huddle together, scavenge resources from the surrounding desert, recruit new survivors, and perform research for the Arc in order to get the world back to a somewhat-livable state. That's also the situation in GCT Studios' new board game, The Pioneers Program, which is up on Kickstarter now.
It's that time again, everyone. It's Saturday. When you read this, it'll be at least 2pm, Eastern. But for me, currently, it's 5:30am. I've got a group of friends coming over for some gaming starting at 9am and have a bunch to get done before that. We'll probably get in some Ascension, Blokus, maybe Dogs of War. All good stuff. Also, we'll probably talk about characters for a D&D game that's starting to coalesce. But that's as may be, in the meantime, I need to type up your Review Roundup for the day.

Today we have: Arcadia Quest, The Pioneers Program, Dungeon Saga, The Hunt for the Ring, Tripods & Triplanes, Brides & Bribes, Terraforming Mars, Guild Ball, Cry Havoc, Flip City and Flip City: Reuse, Steam Time, M.U.L.E., Brick Party, and Snowdonia.

The week rolls on. Don't worry, people, we'll get back to the weekend eventually. We're at the midway point. We can get there if we stock up on some bite-sized gaming stories. Like what? Like these!

On the platter today we have: GCT Studios Announces The Pioneers Program Kickstarter Launch Date, Brother Vinni Releases Lamia Sci-Fi Mini, Loaded Dice Gaming Glasses Up On Kickstarter, Icarus Miniatures Kickstarter Launches Septmeber 16th, New Releases Available From Dark Sword Miniatures, Kromlech Releases New Legionary Plasma Cannon, Sun Spots Kickstarter Launches September 13th, and Final Days for Carrotia on Kickstarter.

Sort of a double-feature (whether it's late night or not) coming at you today from GCT Studios. Well, when you've got some big things on the horizon, you've got some big news posts. Today we get a look at another of the Jung Pirates, the new Bushido faction that will be premiering at Gen Con. GCT has also posted up the rulebook for The Pioneers Program, their upcoming game.

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