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Review: Mage Knight Board Game

Mage Knight review

The Atlantean Empire is in ruins. It’s been over 30 years since the Breaking, when all the magestone sundered and mana was let lose in the world. Bands of orcs and monsters are roaming wild, rumours of dragons are spoken of in hushed tones throughout the cities. You are a Mage Knight in the service of the Council of the Void. In exchange for your loyalty they have granted you the power to wield terrifying power. Will you be strong enough to bring the Empire under the control of the council?

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Review: Thunderbirds

Thunderbirds review

If the words “Thunderbirds are GO!” conjure up images of a movie from 2004 then I need to apologise. If, on the other hand, they remind you of a TV show with puppets then you may just be on the right side of 35…

Thunderbirds, the board game, is a special release to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the TV show. If you were a fan then it won’t disappoint. It’s a co-op game designed by Matt Leacock, the man who brought us Pandemic. The players take the role of the Tracy family trying to save people from disasters all around world (and in space) while attempting to foil the schemes of the evil Hood. Sounds cheesy, but it was the 60’s

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