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Something Gained, Something Lost – Gloomhaven: Digital Review

In June of 2017 Games Workshop released the 8th Edition of Warhammer 40k. This was a dramatic release, resetting the entire game with minimal carryover from 7th edition. While 8th changed the trajectory of my tabletop gaming life, only 4...

A Wholly Innovative Game of Titanic Frog Combat – Cosmic Frog Review

Imagine a frog. This frog is unlike any frog you've ever seen. For starters, it's two-miles tall. It towers over the land. It is dwarfed by the vast emptiness of the cosmos. In these cosmos waits another frog, biding...

Prepare to (Maybe) Buy: A Turn Order Review of Dark Souls: The Roleplaying Game

Dark Souls The Roleplaying Game: A Turn Order Review In the wake of my dead board gaming group (You can check our Oath review Oath review for a bit about that), and the continuing pandemic, I found myself at a...

Stunning Minis, Prebuilt Adventures: Epic Encounters Drop In for an Easy RPG Night – Turn Order

Anyone who has ever run an RPG for their friends or family knows how much work it can be. It's not just mentally juggling every NPC, monster, and (usually) being the rules adjucator; it's also the prep. Reading and...

Games for Young Kids: Peek-a-Mouse

Cooperative games for little kids can be a bit of a mixed bag; if the game is too hard the adults end up doing all the work and if the game is too easy it becomes more of a...

Tense and Cerebral, Godtear is a Tight Skirmish Game – Turn Order

Way back in 2017, a year that feels more like it was 50 years ago and not 5, Steamforge Games announced a new miniatures skirmish game called Godtear. As details emerged it became clear that it was a sharp departure...

Interview with Elli Amir, designer of Worldbreakers: Advent of the Khanate – Turn Order

Worldbreakers: Advent of the Khanate is a new 1-2 player tactical card game by Elli Amir. (You can read our review of the game here.) Adopting recognizable language, syntax, and grammar from popular collectible card games (CCG’s)—most notably Magic:...

Oath – Turn Order

Oath is the latest game from Cole Wehrle, a step away from the historical Pax Pamir or John Company and semi-adjacent to the woodland warfare of Root, an it is an absolutely inscrutable game to describe. Oath is not...

Worldbreakers: Advent of the Khanate review – Turn Order

In the universe of skirmish-based card games, Magic: The Gathering (MtG) is the big bang; virtually all other collectible and non-collectible card games (CCG’s) released in the thirty years since have Magic stardust in their DNA. That's because MtG...

A Galaxy of Adventure: Wrath & Glory Review – Turn Order

Grim darkness. Far future. Only war. No peace. Warhammer! Chances are pretty good that if you’re on this particular site reading this particular article you probably don’t need an introduction to Warhammer 40k, but you might not be familiar with...