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Eclipse Spotlight

Board Game Spotlight: Eclipse

Andreas 20/10/2016

In another of our regular board game spotlights, Zatu Games’ turns its adorably wide eyes onto 2011’s Eclipse, which it shouldn’t do cos the news always says that’s a proper bad idea.

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Board Game Spotlight: Splendor

Andreas 10/10/2016

In another of our regular board game spotlights, Zatu Games snaps open its baby blues and takes a juicy gander at Splendor, the 2014 release from designer Marc André and publisher Space Cowboys.

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Board Game Spotlight: Mage Knight

Andreas 02/10/2016

In another of our board game spotlights, Zatu Games turns its substantial highbeams onto Mage Knight, the 2011 game from designer Vlaada Chvátil and publisher Wizkids.

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Pandemic: Reign of Cthulhu – What Gamers are Saying…

Andreas 29/09/2016

Opinions are like crippling existential doubt; something everyone has, but often not something they’re willing to scream about in the street.

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Pandemic Reign Cthulhu

Board Game Spotlight: Pandemic: Reign of Cthulhu

Andreas 28/09/2016

In another of our board game Spotlights, Zatu Games revolves its chunky peepers and takes an eyeful of Pandemic: Reign of Cthulhu.

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EGX 2016 – Board Games – Part 1

Andreas 21/09/2016

For those less pixel-minded, this year’s EGX has a range of board games available to play too, which Zatu Games quietly but confidently condones.

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