Tabletop University Play Report: Tiny Epic Kingdoms

by Candace Bolingeron March 9, 2015
I like the way that Gregg stated it on our Cardboard Carnage Facebook page:  “It’s tiny.  It’s epic.  It’s my kingdom.” Enough said.  The game really is tiny.  The player cards are smaller than 4×6 photographs. At the start of the game, each player chooses one faction from a fantastical selection, such as Lizardfolk, Halflings, Orcs, […]

Tabletop University Play Report: Dead of Winter

by Candace Bolingeron March 9, 2015
Many of the Cardboard Carnage team members love the game Dead of Winter, and I am here to tell you why!  The zombie apocalypse has broken out…  survivors have set up a colony, and they have objectives that must be completed in order to survive the harsh winter weather.  Secretly, however, each player controls a group of survivors […]

Tabletop University Play Report: Innsmouth Escape

by Candace Bolingeron March 1, 2015
The week of February 14th we celebrated Anti-Valentine’s Day by playing Lovecraft-themed games with our group at Tabletop University.  The main feature was Innsmouth Escape, with tag-alongs Unspeakable Words and Cthulhu Fluxx. The story of Innsmouth Escape goes like this… A group of students and teachers, who are on a field trip touring New England, get […]


Tabletop Carnage: A Day of Gaming Demos

by Greggon February 24, 2015
The Cardboard Carnage gang has teamed up with another local gaming group, Tabletop Heroes, to bring what I like to think of as a one day tabletop gaming convention. We are calling this event Tabletop Carnage. Wizard’s Asylum has generously offered their store to host the event. Basically, we’ll just be teaching people how to […]

Empires: Age of Discovery on Kickstarter

by Jason Grantzon February 15, 2015
Empires: Age of Discovery is going to be back in print, formerly known as Age of Empires III: The Board Game, this new deluxe edition includes The Builders Expansion as well as a brand new game, Dead Man’s Chest. Here’s what comes in the new edition: A totally revised 20 page Rulebook A 23” x 28” Game […]
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Review: Francis Drake

by Jason Grantzon February 5, 2015
When you first look at Francis Drake fully set up, the massive amount of beautiful components may make the game seem overwhelming. Don’t be fooled; while there is a lot of deep strategy and interesting choices to be made, the gameplay is very straightforward. In the first phase of Francis Drake, players take turns advancing […]

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