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Tiny Epic Mechs | Review

Jeff looks at the recent Tiny Epic release

Tiny Epic Mechs (Gamelyn Games)Title: Tiny Epic Mechs

Publisher: Gamelyn Games

Designer: Scott Almes

Artists: Roland MacDonald and Benjamin Shulman

Number of Players: One to four players

Ages: 14+

Playtime: 45-60 minutes

Year: 2019

Genre: Programmed action and area control game of future mech combat

MSRP: $35.00 for the deluxe edition

I share my thoughts about Tiny Epic Mechs, designed by Scott Almes, from Gamelyn Games. In the game, players are competing in a future arena filled with power armor, basic and advanced weapons, a mighty mech, and more. Does the game warrant its rather lackluster reputation? You’ll find out.

2:07 Taking a look at and breaking down Tiny Epic Mechs
21:32 Final thoughts and review score

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While Tiny Epic Mechs might not be my favorite of the Tiny Epic line it's still a good game and plenty of fun to play. Sure, the combat feels a little anti-climactic but the game certainly isn't as bad as some reviewers have made it out to be. The Gang and I had fun and I think if you dig the theme and programmed action games you should enjoy it as well.
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