Now I ain’t saying he’s a lying merchant – A Sheriff of Nottingham Review

Posted on Aug 23, 2015 in Reviews | No Comments
Now I ain’t saying he’s a lying merchant – A Sheriff of Nottingham Review

I’m not someone who really enjoys party games. I like rules, structure, and expected results. When you add bartering to a game, I tend to lose interest. But I’ll usually give them a shot, so let’s talk about Sheriff of Nottingham, a social game of legal and illegal goods, bartering, and broken promises.

Gen Con – 61,423 attendees

Posted on Aug 17, 2015 in Conventions | 2 Comments
Gen Con – 61,423 attendees

I’m a bit late talking about my Gen Con haul, but it was a blast. 61,423 gamers attended, up 9% from 2014, and the halls felt as packed as ever!

When you’re mining the sky and aliens make you cry, under the moon ray – Darkrock Ventures Review

Posted on Jul 22, 2015 in Reviews | 2 Comments
When you’re mining the sky and aliens make you cry, under the moon ray – Darkrock Ventures Review

Darkrock Ventures is the first game from Magic Meeple Games. It has players mining for resources in space, planning their actions carefully, and hoping that luck is on their side. Does it suck like the vacuum of space or boldly go where no game has gone before?

Dino-Fight! JurassAttack! First Impression

Posted on Jul 10, 2015 in First Impressions | No Comments
Dino-Fight! JurassAttack! First Impression

JurassAttack! is a two player war-like card game on Kickstarter for only 16 days. Did it make me roar with frustration or just was the game dino-mite?

More Miniscule Monumental Miscellany! Tiny Epic Kingdoms: Heroes’ Call

Posted on Jul 6, 2015 in First Impressions | No Comments
More Miniscule Monumental Miscellany! Tiny Epic Kingdoms: Heroes’ Call

With only a week to go and their goal completely blown past, let’s take a look at Tiny Epic Kingdoms: Heroes’ Call to see if it’s worth all of the fuss.

Table For One – Flip City

Posted on Jun 22, 2015 in Table For One | No Comments
Table For One – Flip City

Flip City was originally produced in Japan as Design Town. It’s a game that caught my eye when I first saw it on BoardGameGeek and I’m glad that I ordered a copy. Let’s take a look at the solo and multiplayer games.