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Reviews of casual board games.

Mages are duking it out in this skirmish board game for two to four players, currently seeking funding on Kickstarter.

Onitama is a two player game where each move you make gives your opponent another option.

Ion is a card-drafting game about creating compounds and finding balance, published by Genius Games — a relatively new publisher of educational games.

Race other players to match patterns, but don’t drop any balls, in this quick little game that is perfect for both kids and adults.

"The moment in a horror novel before someone goes missing?" Grab your trusty book and search for the perfect moment to fit that description in this party game for booklovers.

Monsters, dice, and screams: the three ingredients for a fun push-your-luck dice game with a unique twist of strategy — now on Kickstarter.

This two-player strategy game packs quite a punch as you build bridges and compete for control of the islands of the South Seas.

Social deduction meets casual and family game in this light, ten minute board game about outthinking your opponents and reading others.

Draft cards and build towers, but be careful — if it all comes tumbling down you’re out of the game. Tournament of Towers is now seeking funding on Kickstarter.

Players race to be the fastest roller in this real time game about fast cards and fast dice — now on Kickstarter.

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