September 2019 - Issue 34


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Imperial Settlers: Empires of the North: The civilisation card game is sailing to exciting new shores. Designer Ignacy Trzewiczek tells us more about his plans for the Imperial Settlers universe and we give our definitive verdict on Empires of the North.

 

Pax Pamir: Root creator Cole Wehrle is bringing back his stunning debut game, a tense battle of alliance and betrayal in 19th-century Afghanistan. He tells us about following up his smash-hit game of woodland warfare and teaming up with his brother – plus, we review the new second edition!

 

How We Made: Small World: Philippe Keyaerts’ fantasy board game sees players fight for a bigger space in its zany universe. The designer talks about Small World’s origins in historical title Vinci and why its world continues to grow.

 

Class Struggle: Meet Monopoly’s forgotten socialist sibling.

 

Title Bout: As the eighties boxing sim returns to the ring, Jim Trunzo looks back on the highs, lows and personal tragedy of the game’s decades-long journey.

 

Oceans: The Evolution series dives into the blue with its next fully-fledged game. Dominic Crapuchettes reveals the mysteries of the Deep – and why lobsters don’t age.

 

SLA Industries: Ahead of the RPG’s long-awaited return to the tabletop, its creators tell us about drawing inspiration from the goth scene of nineties Scotland, the trouble of reviving the cyberpunk universe and its future.

 

Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship: We follow British hopeful Jake Quinsee as he competes against the world’s best for the top title in the trading card game.

 

Reviews

Pathfinder: Second Edition

Copenhagen

Century: A New World

Warhammer: Age of Sigmar – Warcry

Letter Jam

Cyberpunk Red

Jaws

Shōbu

Doppelt so Clever

Welcome to Dino World

+ many more!

 

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