Big Easy Busking

7/10
Big Easy Busking

“Busking” is playing music in a public place to earn money. And there’s no better place in the world for street musicians than New Orleans, the Big Easy. Use your band’s energy to play jazz standards and new pieces – then gain money and influence from the crowd! Big Easy Busking is a game for 1-5 players by Joshua J.

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Merchants of Magick: Top Seller

9/10

Most fantasy themed games put you in the role of the adventurer. Who doesn’t want to traipse around in dungeons or caves defeating nefarious villains? After your adventures, you return to town to barter your goods and perhaps buy new weapons from the local shop. But how do those shops get their supplies? How do merchants learn how to craft

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SNAP Review – ROVE

The Results Oriented Versatile Explorer (ROVE) has crash-landed on an alien planet. It must reconfigure its modules to navigate the planet and report back! Game ROVE is a game for one player, age 8+. It was designed (and illustrated!) by Dustin Dobson & Milan Zivkovic and it’s published by Button Shy. Art The art uses some familiar sci-fi and robot

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Ecologic Memory: Animals at Risk!

6/10

The following is a guest post written by Sara Tedrick Parikh. Matching memory games are a rite of passage for pre-schoolers, and Adventerra Games has hands-down the cutest one I’ve seen on the market. Seriously, I considered just linking directly to their website shop with a “d’awwww!” caption and calling it a day, but I decided to push through with

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