Sep 282015

In this Box Breaking Matt takes a look at Nevermore for the first time.  What will this classic bring us in the interpretation of Nevermore by Smirk and Dagger Games.

Being a Magic player I’m really looking forward to how this game plays, but first I’m going to read Nevermore and shortly after I’ll bring you the review.

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Jul 192015
We know well the story of Poe’s Raven. But what came before?

Is it bird – or something more, forced to walk the earth in darkness evermore? You may yet learn the answer first hand. For in Nevermore, those who fall become transformed, turned to ravens, unable to win, as they struggle to regain their human form – yet able to bring doom to others. Will you rise to power or simply be Nevermore?

Nevermore is a casual-style, card-drafting game in which you quickly build your hand each round, collecting cards you want and poisoning your opponent’s hand by passing along cards you think they can’t use. Whoever holds the most of a given suit, gains the power of that suit to attack, heal, acquire Light or Shadow magicks and score victory points.

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Jun 262015

student bodiesStudent Bodies is a cut throat zombie game designed by Michael Grenier and Matthew Regney. Published by Smirk and Dagger Games, it’s recommended for two to five players ages ten and up. I would say that the cut throat style of play in this game leads to a slap in the face kind of motif.

In Student Bodies you and your peers are faced with the dilemma of escaping the highschool during a zombie apocalypse. The problem is that there are so many zombies you first need to get to the chem lab and create an antidote or in game terms find it. Then you have to make a dash across the campus to escape out the front door after dodging a shambling mound of zombies without getting bitten. Don’t worry too much about being bit, if you’re turned into a smart zombie and can still win by eating other players, which I find to be a rather fun and redeeming factor when there are more than two players.

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Sep 072012

Sutakku is a dice stacking game that uses chance, and multiplication to be a game of critical thinking.  Watch as Matt Busts it open.  From Smirk and Dagger Games.




We did get to play Sutakku and it is a lot of fun.  My initial impression was this too easy to stack, but the game mechanics change that.  Check back soon for a demo and a review.

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