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Epic Spell Wars of the Battle Wizards: Duel at Mount Skullzfyre in Review

If the image above the and the title of this card game, reviewed at Gameshark, don’t make you want to play Epic Spell War of the Battle Wizards: Duel at Mount Skullzfyre, then we should not play games together. Aside from your apparent lack of taste and inability to discern what is awesome, it would also demonstrate that you and I play games for entirely different reasons.

The good news is that ESWotBW: DaMS is a very smartly designed, simple take-that game that pretty much blows the entire Munchkin fleet out of the water. The even better news is that it has one of the coolest, most modern art styles I’ve seen in board games today. Down with stodgy, faux-Larry Elmore airbrushed TOR paperback novel crap. Up with surrealism, underground comix, and psychedlia.

Michael Barnes

Games writer Michael Barnes is a co-founder of as well as His trolling has been published on the Web and in print in at least two languages and in three countries. His special ability is to cheese off nerds using the power of the Internet and his deep, dark secret is that he's actually terrible at games. Before you ask, no, the avatar is not him. It's Mark E. Smith of The Fall.

One thought on “Epic Spell Wars of the Battle Wizards: Duel at Mount Skullzfyre in Review

  1. This blog is responsible for me heading to my local games store after work specifically to hunt this down. My gf may not forgive you (she equates the cartoon graphics with children’s games), but I’ve already enjoyed a quick, silly and entirely not-taking-itself-seriously game or two. Probably not one for playing with the family though!

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