Vince Chapman

Vince is a husband, father, and children's pastor in addition to the work he does for Geeks Under Grace.

Review: Steam Park Expansions

By Vince Chapman / September 9, 2017 /

Designer: Federico Latini, Lorenzo Silva Artist: Marie Cardouat Publisher: IELLO Price: Robots (Amazon $16.49), Play Dirty (Amazon $27.99) Gear up friends, it’s time to head back to the peaceful town of Roboburg. In this review, I’ll have a look at both of the expansions for IELLO’s Steam Park. So let’s visit those hard working robots once more and…

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Review: Arena for the Gods

By Vince Chapman / August 24, 2017 /

Designer: Maxime Rambourg Artist: Paul Mafayon Publisher: IELLO Category: Dice, Fighting, Mythology Players: 2 – 6 There’s one thing people should know about me: I’m a pretty huge mythology geek. I love the stories contained within each mythology—Norse and Greek being my top two favorite—so when I heard we had the chance to review Arena…

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Review: Steam Park

By Vince Chapman / June 24, 2017 /

Designer: Aureliano Buonfino, Lorenzo Silva, Lorenzo Tucci Sorrentino Publisher: IELLO Category: City building, Dice, Real-time, Science fiction Player Count: 2-4 Price: $48.15 The peaceful town of Roboburg is abuzz with anticipation of the fair that comes to town only one time a year. For six whole days, the citizens of this robotic community take a collective break from their jobs…

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Review: Space Invaders Dice!

By Vince Chapman / May 25, 2017 /

Designer: Daryl Andrews Publisher: Turn One Gaming Supplies Category: Dice Players: 1-4 Space Invaders Dice! is a simple game based off of the 1978 classic arcade game of the same name. Designed by Daryl Andrews and published by Turn One Games, Space Invaders Dice! takes players back to the arcade in an attempt to eliminate…

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Beat Breaker: “Dare You To Move” by Switchfoot

By Vince Chapman / April 21, 2017 /

Song Title: Dare You To Move Artist: Switchfoot Album: The Beautiful Letdown Released: 2003 Genre: Rock The band that began its debut in 1996 as “Chin Up” would later take on the name we all know and love today: Switchfoot. I was only 5 years old when they appeared on the scene, and didn’t discover this…

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