Dice Throne: Throwin’ Dice and Takin’ Names

9/10
Dice Throne boxes

Dice Throne is an easy game to pick up and learn. The core of the game is manipulating your dice to get the best result, leading some people to call it “battle Yahtzee”. However, the wide variety present in the cards and characters keeps games feeling fresh and allows for many different overall strategies.

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SNAP Review – Dirty Pig Card Game

Dirty Pig case sitting in dirt

“Dirty pigs are happy pigs!” That’s the driving idea behind Dirty Pig, a silly quick card game by Frank Bebenroth. Asher and Anitra tell us about this fast-moving game for 2-6 players. Give it a listen in less than 4 minutes or read on below. How to Play Dirty Pig Your goal: get all your pigs dirty first! Each player

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Kings of Israel: Prophetic Pandemic

6/10
Kings of Israel game

Kings of Israel is a cooperative game for 2-4 players. You and your fellow prophets band together to preach to the nation, destroy idols, gather resources, and build altars to the Most High God. Along the way you will courageously hold back the tide of sin as you race to build enough altars to save the people and avoid ultimate destruction.

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SNAP Review – Shadows in Kyoto

Shadows in Kyoto

A strategy game of hidden identities, based on true historic events, Shadows in Kyoto was designed by Emperor S4, and is published in the US by Deepwater Games. Listen to our thoughts, or read on below. About Shadows in Kyoto A game for two players that plays in under 30 minutes, Shadows in Kyoto is set in Japan in the

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SNAP Review – The Stars Align

The Stars Align - bag and pieces

Who doesn’t like shooting stars – and laid-back puzzley gameplay? That’s the premise behind The Stars Align from Breaking Games. The Stars Align is a quick, portable game for two players, suitable for ages 6 and up. We’ll tell you our thoughts in about five minutes, or in the summary below. Your goal in The Stars Align is to create

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Tiny Towns: A Miniature Masterpiece!

9.5/10
Tiny Towns game

We have loved Tiny Towns since the moment we laid eyes on it. The simple mechanics of the game left us to wonder how it was possible a game like this hadn’t already existed. Place wooden cubes in configurations to collapse into a building – so simple, our 4-year-old can play, but a surprising amount of depth and strategy as well.

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