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Weirdwood Manor by Greyridge Games Coming Soon to Kickstarter

Greyridge Games announced tgat the award-winning Weirdwood Manor app and book series will be made into a board game. Weirdwood Manor: The Board Game is a cooperative game of adventure and strategy for 1 to 5 players from ages 14+ and takes 90 - 120 minutes to play. You’ll battle against 1 of 3 unique magical Fae Monsters and their Clockwork Scarabs invading the Manor. Offering high variability and replayability, the game features a unique temporal mechanic that reflects the magical, ever-shifting corridors and rooms of the Manor. Every time a player or the Fae Monster takes an action, time will move forward in the game and the connections between the rooms will shift via unique rotating corridor rings on the game board. Fighting against time, you’ll make use of dice drafting, card play, resource management, and location actions as you and your companions move through the ever-shifting Manor in pursuit of ultimate victory over the Fae Monster! As the game progresses, the Fae Monster’s s

Star Trek: Into Darkness

Star Trek Into Darkness Poster
So I used my $8.00 Coupon and went to see Star Trek: Into Darkness last night. All I can say is that I was very pleased. Abrams did an excellent job of keeping his universe unique while staying true to the original. I enjoyed the little homages he threw into the movie like Spock's "The needs of the few, outweigh the needs of the many" and Bone's "I'm a doctor not a torpedo specialist." The movie was enjoyable and I'd recommend it to anyone. It was easy to follow even if you are uninformed about the original Khan or the genetically engineered humans from the 90s. One thing I did notice is the reveal of Khan was lackluster, they up played the music and it was supposed to be shocking and suspenseful but for me it wasn't. I also couldn't get over Abrams signature Lens-flare for his futuristic look. Actually I never noticed it in the first movie until somebody pointed it out, now it's hard to overlook. The movie also did a very good job or portraying emotion and I even found myself getting caught up in the scene reminiscent of Star Trek II: Wrath of Khan, I don't want to give it away but you'll know when you see it. I watched the movie in 3D and while it was nice at first, like most 3D movies you eventually forget you are watching one. There were a few scenes at the end that benefited from the 3D but for the price I'd say skip it and watch the normal version.

Alice Eve in Into Darkness

For an in-depth review of Star Trek: Into Darkness by Guest Reviewer John McCubbin visit his blog.

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