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Have You Played?

Come explore an ever-changing fantasy landscape where a medley of races must adapt the terrain around them and jostle with their neighbours to grow their home – but there’s little room for luck


No matter how big the fantasy world, it’s inevitable that its inhabitants will eventually begin to rub up against each other. From Tolkien’s tension between elves and dwarves to the interfamilial conflicts of A Song of Ice & Fire, much of fantasy’s greatest drama springs from the classic gripe of not getting along with your neighbours.

Terra Mystica places this tension right at its heart, constructing an intense strategy game around the idea of several factions trying to carve out their own place in the world. Players are able to pick from more than a dozen different races, from mermaids and witches to fakirs and giants, each of which has their own distinct personality and abilities.

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About Tabletop Gaming

January’s issue of Tabletop Gaming includes an exclusive preview of post-apocalyptic miniatures game Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, a chat with Mice & Mystics creator Jerry Hawthorne about his latest tale Stuffed Fables, a delve into the dark world of fake board games – including tips on how to spot a counterfeit in your collection – and much, much more. Reviews include Azul, Pulsar 2849, Civilization: A New Dawn, Dungeons & Dragons: Xanathar’s Guide to Everything, Indian Summer, Clank! In! Space!, Queendomino, Raxxon, Hunt for the Ring, Photosynthesis, Betrayal at Baldur’s Gate and many more.