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Spyfall


Gen Con's a great opportunity to get some advance-release copies of games into player's hands before the general release. That's just what Cryptozoic is doing with Spyfall: Time Travel. They will have limited numbers at the show in Indy this weekend, with regular release coming in September.

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Hey there, TGN readers. It's time again for another Review Roundup.

So without further ado, today we have reviews of: Dark Tales, Litko Age of Sigmar Tokens review, Deadzone Contagion Expansion, LUGU, Cacao, The Burning Wheel RPG, Rhino Hero, Bad Beets, Spyfall, and Systema Gaming Base-0 Level 1 and 2 Walkways.

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Hey there everyone. Welcome to Saturday. Hopefully you're having a good day. If you missed it, be sure to check out the Age of Sigmar rules that Games Workshop posted.
If you're in the US and you're celebrating Independence Day, be sure to be careful with those fireworks.

I'm taking a moment from the cooking that I'm doing. What am I making? Well, I've got hamburgers and hot dogs that I'll have later. I'm going to make some crawfish gumbo. On the sweet side of things, I'm making cheesecake with strawberry glaze and then chip'n'mint cookies.

But that's as may be. At the moment, we've got our Review Roundup.

This weeks reviews/previews include: Unleashed RPG, Spyfall, Cockroach Poker Royal, Specter Ops, Ember: Shadow of the Demon, Star Realms: Crisis Expansion, Tuscany, Patrol Angis, Don't Be That Guy, and Swords and Bagpipes.

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Spyfall... no, not when Sean Connery trips on an untied shoelace. It's the new card game from Cryptozoic that's available today. To win at this game, you must be able to think quick, answer questions on the fly, and be able to be vague, but not too vague, with your answers. Keep your identity secret, or be found out to be the spy. And you know what we do with spies. *maniacal laughter and walks off, petting a white cat while the laser turns on*
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