• 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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  • 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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  • Origins 2010 Day Two

    Day two is crunch day for the hard core Origins crowd. The weekend warriors haven’t arrived, but the con itself opens up in full swing: the exhibition hall opens, nearly every track of the con has...

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  • Hands on with Microsoft Surface & Catan

    I got to spend some time with Microsoft’s new Surface today running a demo of Settlers of Catan and we’ve had a few requests to provide our thoughts on the new device and it’s use in...

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  • Autism Games Redux

    After covering some free autism games and some handmade autism games , here’s a brief look at three companies that sell games for as therapy products for autistic people. Children Succeed : Four games and some...

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  • Catalyst Games: Moving Forward

    We got to spend some quality time with Catalyst Game Labs ‘ art director, Brent Evans (who was absolutely great to interview), this morning in a 30 minute interview that covered quite a bit of ground....

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  • Spearpoint 1943

    Collins Epic Wargames is shipping Frontline General: Spearpoint 1943 , a World War II tactical combat game that uses cards to represent infantry squads and individual tanks, artillery, and aircraft. There are rules for a Standard...

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