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Review Roundup

Ah, Saturday. What cannot be accomplished on a day such as this?
... except maybe typing correctly, since the first time through writing that I had 3 typos. *double-checks that they're all fixed* ... Ok, I think I got 'em.
I'm big on tradition, and the tradition for Saturday is to post a Review Roundup. So let's get to it.

Today we have: Destroy BCN, Waggle Dance, Amasser Dragons, Cthulhu Realms iOS, Builders of Blankenburg, Imps Devilish Duels, Crisis, Ra, Piratoons, Star Wars: Empire Vs Rebellion, The Chicago Way, GemPacked, Animals On Board, Cry Havoc, Potion Explosion, and Klask.


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Cornish Smuggler By Grublin Games Review By Club Fantasci

Club Fantasci's David Lowry takes a look at Cornish Smuggler (probably smuggling hens) and gives us his thoughts on the subject.

Cornish

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From the review:

The sound of seagulls fill the air as the dawn breaks on the horizons. Waves slap up against the hulls of ships and docks, bringing to life the sound of the ocean on a foggy morning. The distant rings of the boundary bell clang in the distance and the ship’s scuttle to life with each individual ships hands preparing to set sail. “Release the lines!” shouts the first mate on your ship! You survey your crew and think about the day’s schedule and goods you are to pick up and deliver. Last night was spent greasing the palms of the city’s mayor and most influential religious leader to hide your goods when you come back to port. If all goes well, you’ll make a good score and be able to pick up a bigger load next time. The plan keeps the customs officer of your back and chasing your rivals tail. Best getting moving and get back before it all falls apart. “Set sail!” you shout to your first mate. “Set sail!” he confirms and the crew leaps into action preparing to launch your plan of action and make you a purse full of gold!



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Club Fantasci posts Grublin Games review and interview

Club Fantasci posted both a review of Grublin Games' Waggle Dance as well as an interview with the creators of the game.

Waggle Dance

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From the website:

Christopher Dickinson reviews Waggle Dance by Grublin Games while David Lowry interviews Henry Jasper of Grublin Games and designer Mike Nudd about Waggle Dance. Currently on Kickstarter for Club Fantasci.



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