• Disaster Preparedness Board Games

    Disaster Game is a new activity tool intended to generate discussions about coping with various disasters. It comes in two versions, a company and a family version, and either set contains two 52 card decks (with...

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  • Secure Poker Chips

    Shuffle Master acquired a few patents for RFID poker chips in 2005. Before and since, casinos and chip manufacturers have put into play various security measures on their chips to prevent the use of counterfeit chips...

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  • Secure Poker Chips

    Shuffle Master acquired a few patents for RFID poker chips in 2005. Before and since, casinos and chip manufacturers have put into play various security measures on their chips to prevent the use of counterfeit chips...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • Update on Plaid Hat Games

    We had a chance to briefly talk with Colby Dauch at Origins, the man behind Plaid Hat Games and the designer of one of my top games of 2009, Summoner Wars. Colby indicated that things had...

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  • What’s Next with Looney Labs

    Looney Labs is a really interesting company. I don’t know many board game companies that can be said to have “fans.” I mean, sure, we all like Z-Man and Rio Grande and Fantasy Flight, but would...

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  • Some Time Well Spent with AEG

    Most of us at the Pawn are pretty in the know when it comes to who’s doing what, but I discovered something today: Alderac Entertainment Group (AEG) is probably one of the busiest hobby gaming companies...

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  • Second Look: Heroes of Graxia

    I couldn’t buy it and they wouldn’t let me steal their demo copy (believe me, I considered it…), but I did get to sit down and play Petroglyph Games’ upcoming deck-building game, Heroes of Graxia. You...

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  • Next Steps with WildFire Games

    I got a chance to talk with David Stansel-Garner, the head man behind WildFire today (and creator of one of my favorite RPGs, Cthulhutech). We didn’t have a lot of time together (the booth was really...

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  • Does the GM Screen deserve to go the way of the Dodo?

    I always tell myself I’m not going to buy it. But I always do and I’m consistently underwhelmed or outright disappointed! There was a time when I had a use for Game Master Screens. They offered...

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  • Second Look — Bingo Link

    The following is a guest post by my wife, Robin. Gamewright sent me a complimentary copy of  Bingo Link and Robin, who is active in a mutual support group for mothers of children with special needs,...

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