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Pocket Gamer - Neuroshima Hex Review

Pocket Gamer - Although the likes of Carcassonne and Risk have achieved global fame thanks to compelling gameplay and addictive social elements, strategy boardgames are still an acquired taste.

Boasting intricate rule sets, countless pieces, and complex game mechanics, these massively involving titles are sure to send your average gamer scurrying for the comforting familiarity of a Monopoly board. (iPhone, Neuroshima Hex) 7/10

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