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Hello, Saturday!
It... was quite a week, I have to say. Very busy. With all the goings-on for GAMA, I almost forgot that PAX East was going on. Hope everyone is having a good time out there. I'm, obviously, not there. I will be at Adepticon in a couple weeks, though. That'll be fun. Love going back to Chicago (my homeland). But that's a bit away. In the meantime, let's get you the reviews you so desperately desire.

Today we have: Inis, Dungeons of Infinity, War of the Ring: Anniversary Edition, Warhammer Quest: Shadows Over Hammerhal, Fidelitas, JrassAttack, Wok on Fire, Avalance at Yeti Mountain, Citadels, Council of Blackthorn, Escape from Colditz, Stratos, Adrenaline, Mansions of Madness 2nd Edition, Flag Dash, Snowblind: Race for the Pole, The Money Pit of Oak Island, and Dice Stars.

Board Game Quest has a review article up where they look at Ancient Terrible Things. Is the game a terrible thing, itself, or not? Read on to find out.

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From the post:

Deep in the forgotten parts of the jungle lies a terrible secret. Many secrets actually, and it’s up to you, the intrepid adventurer to explore this dark river jungle to uncover the secrets that lie within. Why you ask? For fame of course… and maybe some money too.

That’s the theme behind the new dice rolling game Ancient Terrible Things by Pleasant Company Games. This pulp, dice rolling game funded on Kickstarter in 2013 and is now on store shelves vying for your gaming dollar. With some slick looking visuals and familiar game play, does Ancient Terrible Things have the legs to make it on your crowded gaming shelf? Lets find out!

Ancient Terrible Things is a dice rolling game for 2-4 players that takes about 45-60 minutes. Ancient Terrible Things plays well with any number of players.