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Thinking Putty Puzzle Logic Game Overview

Thinking Putty Puzzle Logic Game Overview

When we’re shopping for games at thrift, there is one brand we will never buy. If it is from the Cranium series, we have learned to always pass on it no matter how complete or new it looks. The majority of their games include some typ ...
Thrift Treasure: Instant Replay

Thrift Treasure: Instant Replay

Thirty-two years. Years! That’s how long this thrift copy of Instant Replay sat on someone’s closet shelf without being played. Except for some tape on the sides to keep the lid closed, it is in brand new condition. All the way ...
Curio: The Lost Temple Game Overview

Curio: The Lost Temple Game Overview

Let’s talk for a minute about favorite game types. It’s no secret that I have a preference for abstract games and ones that are brain-burners, typically Euro games. Nicole, on the other hand, loves anything with a puzzle feature ...
Cosmic Factory Game Overview

Cosmic Factory Game Overview

We’ve been talking about puzzles a lot lately. Between the jigsaw puzzle tournament I attended and the EXIT game series, I kind of have puzzles on the brain. As we outlined in our puzzle gift guide over the holidays, puzzles come in a ...
Brains: Schatzkarte Puzzle Game Overview

Brains: Schatzkarte Puzzle Game Overview

Over the past few years there have been a number of times that I’ve wanted to play a board game when no one else was around. Growing up I was a huge fan of solitaire in all its variations, so it should come as no surprise that a good ...
Thrift Treasure: The Uptight Spider

Thrift Treasure: The Uptight Spider

It’s been nearly a year since we’ve found a unique enough puzzle at thrift to warrant its purchase. Our last one was in November of 2017 when we happened across a like-new copy of Dribble. It was a single-player game that challe ...
Sherlook Puzzle Game Overview

Sherlook Puzzle Game Overview

We don’t get the newspaper any more. It isn’t that I’m filling the gap by getting local news online. Quite the contrary. We watch two different local TV stations over the lunch hour to find out what is going on in our area ...