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Are you ready to enter the CUBE OF DEATH? Peter “Blix” Bryant, of the Tri Tac Games Podcast, sent this review copy of his game Cube of Death. Game mechanics are discussed followed by an analysis of the components. Thinking about purchasing this game? Jonathan gives his recommendation.

Learn more about Blix by checking out Studio187 and don’t forget to buy the Cube of Death for $19.99. Why not download the Cube of Death rules (Right click, Save As) before you buy?

Jonathan also suggests you listen to Episode 12: Jeremy Kostiew, Graphic Designer, if you haven’t done so yet.

You’ll want to check out Jonathan’s other podcast:
Wargaming Recon, historical wargaming podcast with new episodes on the 2nd & 4th Monday of the month.

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About Jonathan J. Reinhart

Jonathan J. Reinhart is an editor of Troll in the Corner where he writes about wargaming. Jonathan also is the owner of the CWF Game Cast. He hosts the Wargaming Recon podcast (formerly CWF Game Cast podcast). He has been gaming with miniatures since 2000 and playing board games from a young age. He's played a myriad of games such as: Warhammer 40k, Warhammer Fantasy, Warmachine, Starship Troopers, Axis & Allies: War at Sea, Flames of War and Warlord Games' Black Powder rules. War at Sea and the Black Powder rules are his current go-to games. Jonathan enjoys casual, fast, fun, and group board games. Sitting Ducks Gallery, Zombie Dice, Guillotine, Pandemic, and Carcassonne rank high on his list. He is a retired local politician with a B.A. in Politics & History, which provides a useful background for historical gaming. A casual World of Warcraft player, he became a Kingslayer as Viktrious the Blood Elf on 4/23/11 and followed that up by slaying Deathwing on 5/9/12.

  2 Responses to “GE13: Cube of Death Review”

  1. Just to clarify. Double Damage does normal damage on one correct and double if you get the second one correct. So if you get both right you’ll do 2-12. 12 is the most you can do, not 18. Thanks for the review, it was awesome.

    • Blix, thank you for clarifying that. I mistakenly thought players rolled a d6 for the first correct answer and then rolled a d6 again (doubling that 2nd roll) for the second correct answer. Thereby allowing for a possible maximum damage of 18.

      It’s always much better to have the game designers set the record straight. :)

      And seriously, for all of you who haven’t bought this game you need to head over to the Game Crafter and pick it up for $19.99.

      YOU WON’T REGRET IT. I guarantee! (in my best Leatherhead voice…yep a TMNT reference).

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