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Review: Ingenious

Review: IngeniousPublisher: Fantasy Flight GamesYear: 2007Tagline: An Amazing Game for 1 to 4 Brains!Players: 1 to 4 how we met Ingenious had been on my shelf of shame for a long, long time (if you are not familiar with the self-flagellation of board game enthusiasts, a shelf of shame is the term for any group […]

Review: Jishaku

Review: JishakuPublisher: RSV Productions, Inc. Year: 2007Players: 1 or moreTagline: The Game of Magnetic Action how we met Jishaku is probably one of the last games I picked up at thrift before we locked down at home. It’s definitely illustrative of the random games we find at one of the local thrift shops. Prices are […]

Review: Four Sight

Review: Four SightPublisher: Invicta GamesYear: 1975Tagline: a game of the future where success is the power of how we met I found Four Sight at a thrift shop and could not look away. Just look at that stunning cover! I don’t care what’s in it, how many people need to play, what the ratings are. […]

Review: Input

Review: Input Publisher: Milton Bradley Year: 1984 Tagline: Each Piece Is Preprogrammed, Yet You Control Every Play how we met Well no surprises here. I found Input at a thrift shop somewhere near Milwaukee. I had never heard of the game before but was charmed by the throwback computer chip look. I also like to […]