Not just one of my favorite miniature games, but one of my favorite games of all time. Imagine Backgammon and Chess had an awesome kid who ran away from home to hang out with Batman.
Well after the utter disappointment of the SPN “Save your Soul” game, what would a decent Supernatural game be like?
Before I loved Supernatural, I loved Star Trek. So my pick for my second favorite mini game of all time? Star Trek: Fleet Captains.
I love games, but my favorites are miniature games. Of my top 3, the third is the Lord of the Rings Trading Minis Game.
Yep, it’s all games, all the time here now. Today, let’s talk about the recent SPN game release.
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It’s not the WORST game I’ve ever played…
Quick review: Fun, generally well done game engine, but really simple and may lack some thematic components for fans.
Waaaaaay back in 2011 (by Chuck has it been 5 years?) I did a post where I took some of the cards from Magic the Gathering’s Innistrad set and remade them with Supernatural style – because the crossover between the two was so obvious I’m surprised Wizards of the Coast and the CW didn’t do a cross-promotional thing (WotC did get some special Innistrad M&Ms).
Well since then 2 more sets (Dark Ascension and Avacyn Restored) released as a part of the Innistrad block AND THEN Magic went and returned to that plane with Shadows over Innistrad. Well with them coming back and as a favor to Thomas from the crossroads podcast, I thought I would do another batch of cards. And this time I’ll link to the original card so you can compare.