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Shards of Infinity Reviewed on The Daily Dope for April 16th, 2018

Shards of Infinity (Stone Blade Entertainment/Ultra PRO)Title: Shards of Infinity

Publisher: Stone Blade Entertainment and Ultra PRO Entertainment

Designers: Gary Arant and Justin Gary

Artist: Aaron Nakahara

Year: 2018

Genre: Science fiction deck building game

Players: Two to four players

Ages: 10+

Playtime: Around 30 minutes

MSRP: $20.00

Today I review the deck building game Shards of Infinity from Stone Blade Entertainment and Ultra PRO Entertainment. Plus the latest news from Z-Man Games, Chaosium Inc, Kobold Press, Columbia Games, and more.

00:27 Show opens
03:04 News of the day
19:32 Jeff talks about the reimagining of Lost in Space on Netflix and what’s on the show this week
26:27 Shards of Infinity reviewed

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While much if Shards of Infinity's mechanics have been seen plenty of times before, the game is still loads of fun - especially as a two player slugfest. The game moves quickly and the available power ramps up so games don't drag on and on or become stalemates. I like the mercenary aspect of some cards and the fact that leveling up your mastery can provide additional boosts to some cards you're adding to your deck. The game did feel a little clunky with four players so I personally recommend sticking to a two player game.
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