Tag Archives: games

Game Review: Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol

Although I do not get the chance to review many games, from time to time I play a game and figure it is worthy of at least some commentary [1].  Some months ago I downloaded a set of games as … Continue reading

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Book Review: Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Advanced Player’s Guide

Pathfinder Roleplaying Game:  Advanced Player’s Guide, by Jason Bulmahn As a friend of mine [1] recently informed us that he wanted us to start a Pathfinder roleplaying campaign fairly soon and run it fairly often, I figured I needed to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Advanced Class Guide

Pathfinder Roleplaying Game:  Advanced Class Guide, by Jason Bulmahn One of my friends at church [1] commented recently that he wanted to start a Pathfinder for our RPG group and so, being the sort of person who likes to be … Continue reading

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Book Review: Angry Birds Star Wars Character Encyclopedia

Angry Birds Star Wars Character Encyclopedia, by Steve Bynghall and Glenn Dakin Do you like Angry Birds?  Do you like Star Wars [1]?  Do you find the idea of these two being mashed together like the Lego Batman Movie to … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Ultimate Official Guide To Club Penguin

The Ultimate Official Guide To Club Penguin, by Katherine Noll Have you ever heard of Club Penguin, an online community for flightless bird-loving young people?  Me neither, despite my general familiarity with age inappropriate entertainment [1].  I have to admit, … Continue reading

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Games Of Logistics

As someone who likes to find greater insight and meaning into the habits and hobbies of people and which may often escape wider notice, I find it deeply intriguing just how common games of logistics are.  Those who spend too … Continue reading

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Game Review: The Oregon Trail Card Game

The Oregon Trail Card Game, By Pressman (2-6 Players Ages 12 and Up) This game is precisely the sort of card game that I find appealing.  For one, I am part of the target demographic of the game, namely someone … Continue reading

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Book Review: Su Doku For Dummies

Su Doku For Dummies, by Andrew Heron & Edmund James It should be stated at the outset that this is not a book that provides a lot to read.  Barely 20 pages of this book contain text for reading, and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide

D&D:  Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide, by edited by Jeremy Crawford & Kim Mohan If you read this book, it is pretty likely that you are interested in the geography and culture of the imaginary Forgotten Realms area of the role … Continue reading

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Book Review: Player’s Strategy Guide

Dungeons & Dragons:  Player’s Strategy Guide, by Andy Collins & Eytan Burnstein It is always a somewhat ominous sign for me as a reader when the back text of a book consists of obvious attempts at flattery, namely the way … Continue reading

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