Two New Games from Bezier Games

18 03 2014

SubdivisionCoverHot on the heels of recent hits such as Suburbia, Inc. and One Night Ultimate Werewolf, Bezier Games has announced two upcoming games to add to their lineup.

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Kickstarter Focus—Ultimate Werewolf: Deluxe Edition

28 01 2014

UltimateWerewolfDeluxeCoverBy Firestone

With less than a week to go, Ted Alspach’s Ultimate Werewolf Deluxe Edition is crushing it on Kickstarter. For fans of deduction games, Werewolf games, and things with the words ultimate and deluxe in the SAME TITLE, you should check it out before it’s gone.

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Suburbia—A Review

17 12 2013

suburbiacoverBy Firestone

Confession time: I’ve never been a big fan of Civ games. Not board games. Not video games. Not any games. They’re…boring. So Suburbia comes out, and lots of people call it a SimCity board game. This fills me with dread, and a desire to take a long nap… Could this be the first civ/city-building game I like? Or will I build a Landfill and then put this game into it? Let’s find out!

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Ultimate Werewolf: Inquisition—A Review

23 10 2013

WerewolfCoverBy Firestone

I’ve never been a big Mafia/Werewolf fan. It can be an incredibly fun time, but the player elimination means some people are always sitting on the sidelines waiting. And the bigger the game, the longer you’re waiting… So when The Resistance came out—and there was no player elimination—I jumped at it. And it’s now my favorite game.

Ted Alspach and Bezier Games recently released Ultimate Werewolf: Inquisition, which promises some of the hidden roles and gameplay of Werewolf, with no player elimination. I’m intrigued. Will it knock The Resistance off the throne? Let’s see…

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