City Hall Board Game Review

City Hall Board GameStats:
No. of players: 2-4
Amount of time to play: 90 min
Age requirements: 13+
Set-up time: 5 minutes

In City Hall you are competing with the other players to win a mayoral election. You must exert your influence in the city offices to win the constituents’ vote.
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Sheriff of Nottingham Board Game Review

Sheriff of NottinghamStats:
No. of players: 3-5
Amount of time to play: 60 min
Age requirements: 13+
Set-up time: 5 minutes

In Sheriff of Nottingham you try to sneak goods past the sheriff and into your market. If your goods are inspected and you are lying, you pay. If you are being honest the sheriff pays you.
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D&D 5e Dungeon Master’s Guide Review

5e DMGThe Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition (5e) Dungeon’s Master Guide is full of tips for running and creating campaigns and lots of optional rules. It is full of useful information no matter which RPG you are running.
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Cyclades Board Game Review

Cyclades Board GameStats:
No. of players: 2-5
Amount of time to play: 90-120 min
Age requirements: 13+
Set-up time: 5 minutes

Cyclades is a board game about winning the favor of the gods so you can control two metropolises and win the game. You must bid wisely to get the actions you need or keep your opponents from getting the actions they need.
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Claustrophobia: Furor Sanguinis Expansion Review

Claustrophobia Furor Sanguinis Stats:
No. of players: 2-3
Amount of time to play: 45-60 min
Age requirements: 14+
Set-up time: 5-10 min

Furor Sanguinis is the second expansion for Claustrophobia. It adds a new playable creature, the squamata that is fighting the humans and demons, new scenarios and new tiles.
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