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Cracked LCD- Super Fantasy: Ugly Snouts Assault in Review @ Review Corner

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This week’s review is over at Miniature Market’s Review Corner, and it’s a good one.

“Five years ago, there were barely any dungeon crawl games on the market. Kevin Wilson’s Doom board game from 2004 eventually led to Descent, which sort of put the genre back on the map. Just a half decade and a couple of Space Hulk reprints later, there are tons of these kinds of games out there largely thanks to Kickstarter campaigns for mediocre attempts at recapturing the feeling of playing Heroquest or Warhammer Quest in the 1990s. But there have been a couple of great hall-crawling, hack-and-slash titles to come out of this boom, and Marco Valtriani’s Super Fantasy: Ugly Snouts Assault is most definitely one of them.”

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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.

2 thoughts to “Cracked LCD- Super Fantasy: Ugly Snouts Assault in Review @ Review Corner”

  1. I don’t know if this is an easy fix, but that leader image misspells your name as “Micheal.” The previous Review Corner post for XCOM: The Board Game spelled it correctly, so it may only be an issue for the “4-Star” version of the image.

  2. Well, on the one star review image they mispell my name as “Tom W. Chick”…

    Thanks for spotting that, I need to get them to fix it.

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