Review: Cargo Runners (iPad)

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There are a number of different ways iPad developers are handling the board games that are proliferating on the device. Some opt to create a robust AI and online multiplayer gaming experience, such as Ticket to Ride. Others try and recreate the experience of playing a board game on a…

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Review: Cargo Runners (iPad)

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There are a number of different ways iPad developers are handling the board games that are proliferating on the device. Some opt to create a robust AI and online multiplayer gaming experience, such as Ticket to Ride. Others try and recreate the experience of playing a board game on a…

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Review: Ticket to Ride (iPad)

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As a board game fan, I’m spoiled for choice with the iPad. I love Reiner Knizia’s Samurai and Through the Desert, then there’s more traditional fare, such as Monopoly or Risk. Then there’s stuff like Small World, which is popular enough overseas, but not a game I’ve had easy access…

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Review: Ticket to Ride (iPad)

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As a board game fan, I’m spoiled for choice with the iPad. I love Reiner Knizia’s Samurai and Through the Desert, then there’s more traditional fare, such as Monopoly or Risk. Then there’s stuff like Small World, which is popular enough overseas, but not a game I’ve had easy access…

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Review: Bronze (PC)

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Bronze is really, really good value. That the game is available exclusively on PC is a little strange, because it’s basically a Eurogame board game designed for one player, when the the iPad is now much better for this genre. And while we’d love to see a physical board game…

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Review: Bronze (PC)

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Bronze is really, really good value. That the game is available exclusively on PC is a little strange, because it’s basically a Eurogame board game designed for one player, when the the iPad is now much better for this genre. And while we’d love to see a physical board game…

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