The Omnipresent Magician
By Mitch Freedman
When you slide Circus Train out of its protective sleeve, the first thing to catch your eye is its garish, poster-bright red cardboard case.
Open it, and you are dazzled by a rainbow of laser-cut cardboard markers that must be snapped apart to play the game…a kaleidoscope of shapes and colors that will become your clowns and elephants, lions and horses, the human cannonball and the sideshow freaks.
The game is remarkably simple. All you have to do is start your Circus Train out in Canada, then go to different cities
Designer Errata and Clarifications for Duel of Eagles
by Hermann Luttmann
Hey all! I hope you’re enjoying the game. The reviews have been very positive so far and I’m really thrilled. Thanks for your support. Here’s a comprehensive list of things that may need clarifying and couple of small errors.
Dawn of the Zeds Errata
by Victory Point Games
1. In 3.1 (Tutorial Scenario), the last sentence to the Scenario Specific Rule has been changed:
“When Fate cards ([11.0], page 21) result in a Tunnel Track location, choose any other Track (i.e., “Player’s choice”).”
For the last two weeks, I’ve been spending quite a bit of time with Hermann Luttmann’s latest design, Duel of Eagles, which features an August 1870 battle between the French and Prussians during Franco-Prussian War in the vicinity of the town of Mars-La-Tour, France. Two Prussian Corps went up against the entire French Army of the Rhine, commanded by Marshall Francois Bazaine. The Prussians were victorious.
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