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Star Trek Ascendency Ferengi & Cardassian Expansion Review

Ascendancy Ferengi-& Cardassian ExpansionsStats:
No. of players: 3-5
Amount of time to play: 60 min per player
Age requirements: 14+
Set-up time: 5-10 minutes

The Ferengi Alliance and Cardassian Union are two new factions to play in Star Trek Ascendency. They add new play styles, systems, and more.
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Post Human W.A.R. Digital Game Review

Post-Human W.A.R.Post Human W.A.R. is a turn-based digital strategy game. It is set in a world where humans have died off and three factions have risen to fight over what remains.
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Top 10 Board Games I was Introduced to in 2017

Top TenIt has been another year and many new games were played this past year. Here is my list of the best board games I played for the first time in 2017. Not all of them were published in 2017 but that is when I first played them. Full game reviews can be read by clicking the game’s name (if I reviewed the game).
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51st State Master Set Review

51st State Master SetStats:
No. of players: 1-4
Amount of time to play: 60-90 min
Age requirements: 14+
Set-up time: 5 min

51st State Master Set is the latest version of the game. It streamlines some rules and makes the game easier to teach.
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Betrayal at Baldur’s Gate Review

Betrayal at Baldurs GateStats:
No. of players: 3-6
Amount of time to play: 60-90 min
Age requirements: 12+
Set-up time: 5 min

In Betrayal at Baldur’s Gate something evil is rising up in the city and you must get to the root of it. But beware it might just possess you.
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