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Review | Play Game of Thrones

Board Games Game of Thrones Review

Review | Play Game of Thrones

"When you play the Game of Thrones, you win or you die" Cersei Lannister Spring might have sprung but for us Game of Thrones fans, the Long Winter has finally arrived. In this eighth and final season, knees will bend, dragons will fly, the dead will rise, and someone will finally claim the Iron Throne… if anyone survives.  Twenty Sided Store is excited. We’re placing bets, we’re watching feverishly, and we’re pulling out our favorite Game of Thrones games. This week, we want to help you celebrate the beginning of the end by covering our favorites of our Game of Thrones themed...

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Spotlight | Meeple March

Board Games Review

Spotlight | Meeple March

It’s Meeple March and Twenty Sided Store is here to celebrate the reason for the season – BOARD GAMES! Big games, small games, funny games, fast games! From resource management to social deduction, from light to heavy strategy! Who knew that there were so many genres of games! In this article I’ll be delving into the different categories, types, and genres of games. When you are done reading, swing by Twenty Sided Store and enjoy exploring our selection in a whole new light.   Light Strategy Light strategy games may be easier to learn but don’t be fooled - they can pack just...

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Spotlight | New Game Review

Board Games Review Spotlight

Spotlight | New Game Review

There’s never been a better time for board games, and every week there are new and different games hitting our shelves. This week, we highlight some new additions to our trove of games that we think you may love! Rewordable Developed from language analysis algorithms, Rewordable is a new, colorful word game, simple enough to teach to kids, challenging enough to stump even the most eloquent logomaniac. Earn points for creating words, and earn more when you can use someone else’s word to create a bigger word. Letter Tycoon Letter Tycoon is another word game, but it might feel more...

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