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Eric Mortensen

Tic-Tac Two Board Game Review

Tic-Tac-Toe is a classic game enjoyed by many people. Unfortunately the game is not very strategic and has actually been solved where if neither player makes a mistake the game will always end in a tie. Tic-Tac Two tries to fix the problems with Tic-Tac-Toe by allowing players to move around the grid that the game is played on. While it is better that Tic-Tac-Toe, Tic-Tac Two has plenty of its’ own issues.

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Fibber McGee and the Wistful Vista Mystery Board Game Review

In the 1930’s through the 1950’s a radio show by the name of Fibber McGee and Molly ruled the airwaves. In 1940 Milton Bradley tried to make a board game based on the comedy. While the “Mad Lib” story mechanic can provide some laughs, the game is otherwise sorely lacking.

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Across Ticklers The Quick Game of Acrostics Board Game Review

Do you remember from school when you had to make those poems where you took a word and then had to come up with a word that started with each letter of the original word? Well as it turns out those are called acrostics and they just so happen to the basis behind the game Across Ticklers. Across Ticklers has an interesting gameplay mechanic but there is little else to the game.

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