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Tabletop University Play Report: Dead Panic

by Candace Bolingeron October 18, 2014
We seemingly never tire of zombies, zombie games, and zombie-related nonsense around here…!  It may not be for everyone, which is fine, but there’s just something about the survivalist aspect and the team work aspect and the fear of brain eaters that intensifies the fun when playing games with humans versus zombies, us versus them. […]
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Tabletop University Play Report: Betrayal at House on the Hill

by Candace Bolingeron October 10, 2014
  Fans of horror movies and creepy games will be psyched; the board game Betrayal at House on the Hill forces 3-6 players into their very own horror story as they layout a haunted house, with three levels, exploring each room for items, events, and omens.  They must be able to pass frequent tests of physical and mental abilities with […]
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Tabletop University Play Report: Zombies!!!

by Candace Bolingeron October 3, 2014
Tabletop University kicked off a monster-themed month of board games with a classic board game, Zombies!!!  It’s a “human versus the reanimated, competitive, survival of the fittest, race for the helipad to escape” kind of scenario.  And there are a TON of flesh eaters just waiting to be placed on the board…!!! Our group was super tiny […]

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Tabletop University Play Report: Pandemic

by Candace Bolingeron October 3, 2014
Pandemic is a very engaging, cooperative game where players take on specialized roles to fight against diseases, prevent outbreaks, find cures, and eradicate those diseases.  The game board is a map of the world, and the game begins with 9 cities already infected.  From the very first turn, a sense of urgency can be felt around […]
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Tabletop University Play Report: The Resistance

by Candace Bolingeron September 21, 2014
What can I say about the game, The Resistance?!?   It’s a lot of fun, even if it does pit friend against friend, as distrust and dishonesty infiltrate each round, so that by the end of the game, you have no idea who is who and all you really know is that you can trust no one…! At […]
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Tabletop University Play Report: Relic Runners

by Candace Bolingeron September 14, 2014
The game, Relic Runners, is all about competitive exploring in the jungle.  Each explorer attempts to lay out the most strategic paths in order to travel around the board, visit temples and shrines, as well as, collect relics. The mechanic is pretty simple:  move once and take an action.  The movements can quickly be increased by laying […]

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