The Magic Labyrinth Review

From the Rube Goldberg machine in Mouse Trap to the pink phone in Dream Phone, gimmicky mechanisms have been a part of children’s board games for a very long time. Following in the spirit of those games is The Magic Labyrinth by Dirk Baumann. On the surface, it simply looks like a roll and move board game that takes place on a grid. Under the hood though, are a series of mechanisms that make the game come to life in a novel way.

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Pick-Up Post: Wizards, Disease Control, and Making it Rain

photo(40)A little while back, Steff and I participated in the World’s Biggest Brain Scan. We strapped these fancy headsets on while scientists tracked our brain activity while we watched commercials. At the end of it, we got paid for our time in cash. With 401 Games just around the corner, guess where our brain scan money went?

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