At Origins Game Fair 2018, Jeff joins Peter Hayward to talk about the various titles available from Jellybean Games. They discuss Dracula's Feast, The Lady and the Tiger, Ninjitsu, and more.
Jeff chats with Bruce H. Voge III about all things North Star Games. They discuss titles such as Most Wanted, Warsaw: City of Ruins, Funky Chicken, Monster Match and more.
Jeff takes a first look at Sailor Moon Crystal: Dice Challenge from Dyskami Publishing. Plus the latest tabletop gaming news.
In The Mind, two to four players cooperate to play sequentially numbered cards, all without communicating with each other.
In Tiny Ninjas, two players use a roster of unique fighters to fight it out as the box does double duty as the game board as well.
In Ninjitsu, two to five players take on the roles of ninjas as they aim to steal treasures while avoiding booby traps.
Later this year Stronghold Games will release the third and final entry into Uwe Rosenberg's tile laying/puzzle trilogy with Spring Meadow.
In Lost Cities: Rivals, two to four players will bid on cards in order to create expeditions and score victory points.
Monte Cook Games has Shanna Germain's excellent No Thank You, Evil! introductory RPG for kids up for another print run through Kickstarter.
The extremely portable Ticket to Ride: New York is arriving next month and promises a full game in just 15 minutes.
In Anchors Aweigh!, two to four players will take the helm as each looks to explore and enrich themselves through trade.
In Whoosh: Bounty Hunters, two to eight players take on the roles of bounty hunters looking to snag a variety of monsters by quickly matching symbols and using fast reflexes.
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Today Jeff unboxes and takes a first look at Cataclysm: A Second World War from GMT Games. Plus ten tips for a better convention going experience and more.