Tabletop Gaming Issue 69


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22/07/2022
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Land of Eem, Bretwalda, Moon and 3000 Scoundrels in TTG69 + 27 Games Reviewed (including 5 MUST-PLAYS awarded)

On Sale: 22/07/2022

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It’s time for the muppets to go to Mordor in this issue of Tabletop Gaming with the whimsical and charming Land of Eem. It’s also time to deal with some time travel in the wild west with a brand new bluffing tableau builder from Corey Konieczka (Battlestar Galactica). We’re just letting you know, it’s going to get weird.

Also in the issue:

•    EXALTED FUNERAL – Our studio profile this month takes in the team that have been digging up a golden age of roleplaying games.
•    BRETWALDA – It’s not easy becoming the Anglo-Saxon king, but someone’s got to do it in this beautiful game of area control.
•    MOON – From the village, to the streets, to outer space, we close off the trilogy with Haakon Hoel Gaarder.
•    THE CRIMSON SCALES – What happens when a Gloomhaven fan project gets out of hand? You end up with a game two-thirds the size of the original. We find out how it happened.
•    27 GAMES REVIEWED – including, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Long Shot: The Dice Game, Monuments, Scout, TUSK!, Meeples & Monsters, Skull Canyon Ski Fest, Apawthecaria, Switch & Signal (…and there are FIVE Must-Play games in this very issue)

PLUS, The award nominations are OPEN: Go and nominate your favourite games from this year right here.

And of course, we’re still running out very limited subscription offer: get a free booster box of Flesh & Blood with an annual subscription to Tabletop Gaming (only a few of these left!) – so if you were thinking about subscribing, now’s the time. Click here to claim!

And if that wasn’t enough, we’ve got the usual columns including The Soloist (this month about playing any RPG solo), our painting guide (Star Wars Legion: The Shadow Collective), and What’s In A Game (a humorous exploration of why playing chess won’t make you smart) amongst many other.
 

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