Kids on Brooms

It’s just three days until Halloween (sorry for the late post, by the way) and if you’re looking for a fun and otherworldly game for the holiday then my recommendation this year is Kids on Brooms. The latest version of Kids on Bikes has all the same worldbuilding strengths and fun mechanics but instead of being the story of schoolkids in the 80s it’s the story of magical students doing their best.

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Arcana Academy Review

I’m here today with a review! Been a while since we did one of those but there’s a lot of talk about alternatives to Dungeons & Dragons following some much-deserved criticism of the company and game. If you like magic but want something more homey, friendly, and inclusive, consider the game I’m here to talk about today: Arcana Academy.

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Pigsmoke Review

Pigsmoke is a Powered by the Apocalypse game that… well frankly that I didn’t understand reading the blurbs. It looked intriguing and I kept seeing it suggested, but I also found it impossible to pin down even digging into it a little bit. If you’re in that boat, or if this review is the first time you’ve heard of Pigsmoke but you’re willing to stick around, then allow me to say why you should check this game out.

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