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Philip S. Bolger Reviews Fallen Land: A Post-Apocalyptic Board Game

This past weekend, I had the opportunity to test out Fallen Land: A Post-Apocalyptic Boardgame (hereby referred to as “FL”), and I really, really enjoyed it.  So, to lead in, I was hyped about this game since I first read about it. I like a lot in fiction, but I particularly enjoy those two magical decades—the 1980s and 1990s, and the culture they spawned...

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David Taylor

To The Table: Gaming with Family & Friends review of Fallen Land: A Post-Apocalyptic Board Game >>>>>>>>(2017 Game Of The Year Article)

By David Taylor

December 10th, 2017

Nowadays, there are LOTS of games releasing, and honestly many games just get overlooked because they are so similar to 20 other games out there.  So, I am always on the lookout for a game that separates itself from the rest.  So when I heard about Fallen Land: A Post-Apocalyptic Board Game, it perked my interest because it was doing some things that other board games weren’t doing...

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Created In The Corridoor

Created In The Corridor

Coming up on Wednesday, the Centers for Disease Control will host a workshop to help people prepare for and survive a nuclear war. While that can be a terrifying thought, there is a fun way to deal with the unthinkable thanks to a board game Created in the Corridor....

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Board Game Exposure, Fallen Land Review, By Martyn Poole, September 2017


Fallen Land is table top game that promises a lot; strategy, role playing and card building. At first I will admit I was a bit skeptical of how this would pan out as often I have been promised something on Kickstarter, only for it to be a let-down. The game reminds me of GMT's games the way it looks and that was something that got me excited as I love all their games.

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Mawihtec's Review of Fallen Land: A Post-Apocalyptic Board Game


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Little Village 2016

Iowa City tabletop game developers gearing up for release of Fallen Land

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My Standout Games of 2017, By T.R. Knight

As Christmas approaches and another year comes to a close, I reflect back on my favorite standout games of 2017. This is not a top 10 list of new games this year, nor my all-time favorite games list.  These are…

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A Solo Gem! Paul Kellett's Review of Fallen land: A Post Apocalyptic Board Game

So what sets this game out as a solo gem?  It's one of the most immersive games I've played. It's part open-world survival board game, part RPG and part story book...

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Enjoying a Fallen Land: I.C. residents receiving warm welcome as strategy board game hits stores

Oct 28, 2017 at 10:00 am 

IOWA CITY — A little more than a year after announcing a Kickstarter campaign to help fund a decade-long dream, an Iowa City duo says their new board game is now in stores and online, and will be available in 30 different countries by the end of October...


The Witching Hour November 9th, 2016

KRUI 89.7 FM Witching Hour: Beforeplay: An exploration of the art of playtesting @ The Mill 11/5/16

November 9th, 2016

By Landon Kuhlmann

Witching Hour is unlike most festivals that come to Iowa City. Though there is a lot of entertainment, the main goal of this festival is to expand perceptions and reach out into the unknown for new ideas.

Besides bands and comedians, this festival holds discussions and panels from a huge range of disciplines. Beforeplay was a panel discussion held at the Mill at 2 pm on the second day of festivities. Like the title suggests, the panel was exploring the process of playtesting, which is essentially the game maker putting the game in the hands of some trusted peers in order to receive some very early and important feedback.

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Alexander Froelke's Review Of Fallen land: A Post-Apocalyptic Board Game

This is one of those games that players talk afterwards for about 30 minutes reliving how cool their characters were or how encountering the group of raiders or that strange alien dude changed everything...


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#GameCredits Who's Who – Jon Lonngren – Co-Owner of Fallen Dominion Studios

This Monday series will take a personal look into those positions and introduce you to real people doing those very jobs in the game industry.  This week, let me introduce you to Jon Lonngren, CEO and co-owner of Fallen Dominion Studios. This interview is timely as their first Kickstarter for Fallen Land: A Post-Apocalyptic Board Game is in its final days. I met Jon and his team at Gen Con this year. I enjoyed getting to know them and learning about their game.



Gazette October Article 2017 fallen dominion studios

Gazette, October 28th, 2017

Fallen Land: A Post-Apocalyptic Board Game

Going into the purchase of Fallen Land was a difficult choice, on the surface the game looks rather cheap for the steep price tag, but good post apocalyptic games IMHO are few and far between.

We had a little extra money and decided to take a chance on this game, and it payed off.
Immediately upon unboxing the game, we were both happy about the quality of the components, we had a few issues with some of the chips tearing when punching them out, but a little care and some glue prevented this from being an issue, the game comes in a deceptively small box, the weight of the box alone on arrival helped justify the purchase.  The player boards are great, each faction is unique with a good backstory on the back, they're a little thin but that makes storage a lot easier considering that there are 10 factions.  The game comes with over 400 cards, and each one appears to be unique with a few over laps ( many weapons and armors are similar in function but unique in design) this leads to a lot of randomization between games, you never know what people you're going to have or what equipment they can utilize...


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The Daily Iowan Newspaper Article for Fallen land: A post-Apocalyptic Board Game, October 30th, 2017

Fallen Dominion, a board-game company based in Iowa City, has produced its first game, Fallen Land.

By Brooklyn Draisey


An Iowa City company has put Iowa City on the map — at least in its board game.

Fallen Dominion Studios, a board-game company based in Iowa City, has produced Fallen Land: A Post-Apocalyptic Board Game. The game is available on Amazon and at the Hobby Corner in Iowa City and Cedar Rapids...


Press Citizen Witching Hour November 3rd 2016

Iowa City Residents In The Spotlight for The Witching Hour, 2016

Iowa City Press Citizen

November 3rd, 2016

Witching Hour Festival is not your average festival. Entering its second year, the Friday and Saturday arts festival in downtown Iowa City does not obsess over getting big names like other events.

"What guided us from day one was wanting to stay away from any notion of headliner culture," Andre Perry, the Englert Theatre executive director, and one of the curators of Witching Hour and the Mission Creek Festival, said last week...

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Jay Huxley Review

Fallen Land: The Post-Apocalyptic Board Game by Fallen Dominion is set in a dystopian future where America has been ravaged by a great war that has turned most of the nation into a barren wasteland...

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Created In The Corridor: Fallen Land

January 14th, 2018

Coming up on Wednesday, the Centers for Disease Control will host a workshop to help people prepare for and survive a nuclear war. While that can be a terrifying thought, there is a fun way to deal with the unthinkable thanks to a board game Created in the Corridor...

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