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In 2008 the excellent card game Wie Verhext appeared under the Alea label of Ravensburger. This game was even nominated for the Spiel des Jahres,… Read More »Broom Service Review – Justified winner of the Spiel des Jahres
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It’s kind of strange in my eyes that there has never before been a board game named after the famous Egyptian architect Imhotep. Imhotep lived… Read More »Imhotep Board Game Review. Are you a bully?