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Leah Looks At: Pteranodon Canyon

By on May 12, 2022 in Legends of Tabletop with 0 Comments
Leah Looks At: Pteranodon Canyon

Author Tim Meyer has granted me the opportunity to review “Pteranodon Canyon,” available April 19, 2022 from Evil Epoch Press. The Action/Adventure Western can be found HERE. Blood seeps through the opening scenes of “Pteranadon Canyon.” The harsh desolation of the desert is interrupted as a team of outlaws rush to butcher a Pteranodon, some […]

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Leah Looks At: Death Becomes YOU

By on March 12, 2022 in Legends of Tabletop with 0 Comments
Leah Looks At: Death Becomes YOU

GENRE: Adventure, Casual, IndieDEVELOPER/PUBLISHER: Quill Game StudiosRELEASE DATE: Nov 9, 2021MATURE CONTENT DESCRIPTIONThe developers describe the content as such:Dark themes: death, murder, blood, emotional manipulation. Some of the illustrations contain blood, but there are no on-screen depictions of death/someone dying/being injured.Some suggestive themes are mentioned, in the context of a fictional work existing in-game, and […]

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Leah Looks At: MAGGOTS SCREAMING!

Leah Looks At: MAGGOTS SCREAMING!

GENRE: Horror/SpookemsAUTHOR/PUBLISHER: Max Booth III, Ghoulish Books, Perpetual Motion Machine PublishingRELEASE DATE: April 12, 2022 Perpetual Motion Machine was gracious enough to send me a review copy of Max Booth III’s most recent offering, MAGGOTS SCREAMING! Upon opening the book, I was struck by a single word. This word served as a reminder of the […]

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Leah hears about the Taito Egret II Mini

By on December 26, 2021 in Legends of Tabletop with 0 Comments
Leah hears about the Taito Egret II Mini

The home version of TAITO’s EGRET II mini arcade cabinet will be available for purchase starting in 2022. This is excellent news for fans who have been trying to order the console directly from Japan. United Games Entertainment, who exclusively distribute and sell TAITO’s titles both in digital and physical form, continues its relationship with […]

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Leah stares into the abyss of Quinterra

By on April 7, 2021 in Legends of Tabletop with 0 Comments
Leah stares into the abyss of Quinterra

Our friends at Sidereal Studio have been generous enough to grant me a copy of Quinterra to review. An informative, brief interview with the development team has been reposted. Sadly, time was a major issue and at least a few of the questions I posed have been addressed below. 1: Can you please explain the […]

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