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5 Star Trek themed board games your group should play

With the full backing of Disney and Fantasy Flight Games, Star Wars games are everywhere! From Star Wars: Imperial Assault to Star Wars: Rebellion, there is plenty of games for our force-loving fans to play. But what about those who love Star Trek? Last night, as we opened Star Wars: Rebellion for the first time,

Review: Champions of Midgard

It was new board game night at the Forge Herald Game Center as our group sat down to play Champions of Midgard. I was very excited to play this game. I watched it in the season 4 premiere of Table Top and since then have been wanting to get this on the table. Champions of

Five Kickstarter campaigns you should check out

So far, 2017 has been a great year for board games on Kickstarter. We have been keeping our eyes on a few campaigns, and have even jumped in on a couple. With that in mind, here is a list of 5 Kickstarter campaigns you should check out before they are gone. These are not in

Top 5 MicroGames to take to the pub

Grabbing a game and heading to the local brew pub has become one my favorite things to do – just make sure you avoid open mic night! While awesome to take those large-scale games (Blood Rage, Settlers of Catan, Champions of Midgard), it sometimes more feasible to take a MicroGame instead. That being said, here

Board Game Review: Splendor

By Zane Rowland One of the newest games in my collection is Splendor, and in the short time I’ve owned it, I’ve already had the opportunity to play a lot of great games. Splendor is a strategy game that is light, fun, and fast, but will require you to be thinking on your feet from

Review: Fury of Dracula (3rd Edition)

No matter what you do, Dracula always seems to be one step ahead of you. Just when you think you have him, he attacks and escapes. Tensions run high and hunters may die, it’s all part of the Fury of Dracula 3rd Edition. After purchasing this game almost a year ago, we finally gathered a

Review – Blood Rage

Grab your axes and spears, summon the sea monster, pray to Odin that you will find your place in Valhalla, for today, we play Blood Rage. Blood Rage is a 4-person game (expandable to five) designed by Eric Lang with art by Henning Ludvigsen, Mike McVey, and Adrian Smith. The game is published by CMON

Review – Pixel Glory

It was a night of monster killing and spell slinging as we settled in and played Pixel Glory for the first time. Instead of playing at The Forge Herald gaming center, we ventured out to a new pub in town, Luminous Brewing. It was great beer and an awesome atmosphere to play in. More about

Top games we played in 2016

In 2016 we played a lot of games. We played board games, card games, dice games, and computer games. We played games with friends, on tablets, and at tournaments. But what were the games we played the most? Here is a look at the top ten games we played in 2016. Mars Attacks: The Dice

Review – Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective

It was a night of mystery at The Forge Herald gaming center as we set about trying to defeat the master in Sherlock Holmes, Consulting Detective. Originally published in 1981, this game contains no dice, no board, and no cards. Instead, it has booklets for each mystery that must be read aloud to the players.

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