games

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12:30 pm
Thu January 16, 2014

Your Move: New 'Zelda' Removes The Tedium, Keeps The Fun

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Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda series is practically mythical at this point.

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Commentary
12:30 pm
Thu January 2, 2014

Your Move: 'Fluxx' Is Rarely The Same Game Twice

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Some card games have entire books and online forums devoted to debating their rules. The game Fluxx, on the other hand, has exactly two rules: draw one card, and play one card. That is, until you actually start playing cards.

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Commentary
12:30 pm
Thu December 19, 2013

Your Move: Play These With Your Family

'Apples to Apples'
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With everyone home for the holidays, Christmas time is a great time to break out games to play with the whole family around.

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Commentary
12:30 pm
Thu November 21, 2013

Your Move: The Future of Sharing

The PlayStation 4's controller and Share button
Credit Samuel McConnell / KMUW

I got my PlayStation 4 this week, and I’ve spent a lot of time with a few of its new features.

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Commentary
12:30 pm
Thu October 24, 2013

Your Move: What Would You Do With 60 Trillion Cookies?

So many cookies
Credit Dustin Deckard

I've bought a few new games recently: Pokémon Y, Kingdom Hearts 1.5, New Super Luigi U and Infinity Blade III. But, honestly, I haven't had a lot of time to play any of them. I've been immersed at work in front of a computer screen.

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Commentary
12:30 pm
Thu August 1, 2013

Your Move: The Resistance

Credit Samuel McConnell / KMUW

The Resistance is a card game for up to 10 people. You can play this with your friends, but I should caution that they probably won’t be your friends during the game.

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Commentary
12:30 pm
Thu June 6, 2013

Your Move: Fluxx

Credit C_Dave / Flickr

Some card games have entire books and online forums devoted to debating their rules. The game Fluxx, on the other hand, has exactly two rules: draw one card, and play one card. That is, until you actually start playing cards.

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