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Board Game Spotlight: Kemet
Board Game Spotlight: Kemet

In another regular board game spotlight, Zatu looks around the new bedsit. No stuff here yet bar old photos, memories, and Kemet.

Board Game Spotlight: Ticket to Ride
Board Game Spotlight: Ticket to Ride

In another of our regular board game spotlights, Zatu peruses the CD rack for the music that adequately captures the cavernous hole in its soul, but where teen-centric angst-synth should be there’s only Ticket to Ride.

Board Game Spotlight: Champions of Midgard
Board Game Spotlight: Champions of Midgard

In another of our regular board game spotlights, Zatu only has three minutes before the bell rings, three minutes to give a lasting impression, to charm, to woo Champions of Midgard.

Board Game Spotlight: Runebound
Board Game Spotlight: Runebound

In another of our regular board game spotlights, Zatu comes to in a motel, left eye bruised, wallet gone, hands bound. Bound by something strange. Carved stones. Runes. Runebound.

Board Game Spotlight: Conan
Board Game Spotlight: Conan

In another of our regular board game spotlights, Zatu ducks the landlord’s calls and tapes draft excluders round the door so on-one knows they’re in. Money’ll be there by Friday for sure. In the meantime, Conan.

Top 5 Family Games This Christmas
Top 5 Family Games This Christmas

Here at Zatu, Christmas isn’t just a holiday; it’s a day of the week. Here are five family games to break out on Christ’s day.

Dark Moon: What Gamers Are Saying
Dark Moon: What Gamers Are Saying

Once again, Zatu has decided to remove its cotton shirt, giving everyone for miles around a good look at its well-oiled democracy. Why so toned? Exercise. Exercise like asking gamers from the internet what they think of Dark Moon, the 2011 release from Stronghold Games.

What Gamers Are Saying: Runebound 3rd Edition
What Gamers Are Saying: Runebound 3rd Edition

Clause 5.8 in the company contract requires all Zatu employees to take the Bouletic Oath. Clause 5.9 bans the use of eyeglasses, a devil’s tool for undoing God’s just punishment. Our noses close to the screen, we’ve flexed a bit of 5.8 by asking gamers from the web what they think of Runebound 3rd edition.