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Review: Bug Race - six-legged race  Review: Bug Race - six-legged race
Category: children / beginners / family 
Review: Bug Race - six-legged race Do you hear that scraping of dozens little feet? These are bugs, who climb up legs of your table, where you are sitting. It maybe sounds a little scary, but they want only to race. And you should train them.
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Review: Royals - blue blood must flow  Review: Royals - blue blood must flow
Category: children / beginners / family 
It was always clear, that blood does not have only one color. Red is the most usual, but there are few people with other liquids flowing through their vein. For example blue like ink. Rare and royal.. Review: Royals - blue blood must flow
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Review: Faulpelz - fun for the lazy ones  Review: Faulpelz - fun for the lazy ones
Category: children / beginners / family 
Review: Faulpelz - fun for the lazy ones Sometimes even slackers get a chance to compete. They do not even have to stand up. All they need is to reach out and from time to time move a tile. That is exactly, what suits them. The less movement, the better. Like in the game Faulpelz.
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Review: Shinobi War of Clans - hypocrisy of posturing  Review: Shinobi War of Clans - hypocrisy of posturing
Category: card / beginners 
Four clans in one country. They wage war since ancient times, but all have the same armor. No one really knows, who is fighting against and who is on whose side. Until suddenly its too late.. Review: Shinobi War of Clans - hypocrisy of posturing
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Review: Bucket King 3D - how to become ruler of buckets  Review: Bucket King 3D - how to become ruler of buckets
Category: party / beginners / family 
Review: Bucket King 3D - how to become ruler of buckets One bucket to rule them all, one bucket to find them, one bucket to bring them all and in the sandbox hide them. In a country of buckets, where water is mixed with sand and no construction will last through the night. Mysterious creatures rides nights and destroy them all.
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Review: Realm of Wonder - a rotating kingdom  Review: Realm of Wonder - a rotating kingdom
Category: beginners / family 
Our kingdom was once ruled by magic so powerful, that it could move continents. Rocks moved suddenly and river was flowing in their place instead. A Moving Kingdom. This is, what it was called once. Review: Realm of Wonder - a rotating kingdom
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Review: Monsters & Maidens - helpless virgins are waiting to get rescued  Review: Monsters & Maidens - helpless virgins are waiting to get rescued
Category: beginners / family 
Review: Monsters & Maidens - helpless virgins are waiting to get rescued Monsters are around every corner. Waiting for a moment, when you are not watching and then steal your daughter from apparent safety of your home. They do not want to hurt them. They want to play..
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Review: Vasco da Gama - road to India on your table  Review: Vasco da Gama - road to India on your table
Category: strategy / advanced 
Ocean is a good servant, but a bad master. When ground leaves your sight and you find yourself in its arms, even return from where you came from looks virtually impossible. And yet, there are always heroes, who are sailing forwards, behind frontiers of known world. Review: Vasco da Gama - road to India on your table
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Review: Terror in Meeple City is Rampage - raging monsters everywhere  Review: Terror in Meeple City is Rampage - raging monsters everywhere
Category: action / beginners / family 
Review: Terror in Meeple City is Rampage - raging monsters everywhere People are just a little snack. Five, ten, or fifteen, who cares? It only increases chances, that one of them gets stuck between my teeth. A toothbrushes in these sizes are hard to find. Perhaps only eating a dentist can help then.
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