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Written by: Sagrilarus
#  I had put word out to my friends that I wanted to get at least one session of Bolide in this summer, a full game using the full rules.  Having the game be the Summer Challenge gave me extra barging r...
July 31th, 2014
Written by: Pete Ruth
#I was first introduced to Rogue Agent several years ago, when Rogue Agent’s designer, David Ausloos, had asked me to look at the rules and see if it sounded fun. I still have that file, and I can i...
July 22th, 2014
Written by: Simon DeSmet
#   From time to time we play a game, usually a modern euro design, and it transpires in the final count up that all the players have really close scores when you thought mid way through that some pla...
July 8th, 2014
Written by: Pete Ruth
# The world of the TV show Firefly, and the fiction surrounding it, is quite a far cry from your average Sci-Fi, with an odd, kind-of-mystic, pseudo Western/Chinese vibe. As I'm sure you know, the show wa...
July 2th, 2014
Written by: Sagrilarus
#  It took more than a bit of time to come up with what my Summer Gaming Challenge title would be.  There were several on the list that seemed to be in the neighborhood of good choices, but most...
June 29th, 2014
Written by: Pete Ruth
Revolver - This Colonel Ain't About The Chicken I know I'm late in reviewing this, but nobody has ever really talked much about this one, so here I am, a year after first playing it, talking about it....
June 21th, 2014
Written by: Sagrilarus
#I started off with a quick post to What Board Games Are You Playing but I'm going to spend a minute to move it here so that it can get a little more attention from people looking for it.   For those una...
June 10th, 2014
Written by: Sagrilarus
#Alright, so after having a conversation with Dogmatix about the price of storage containers, I decided to finally break down and take some snapshots of how I have my stuff arranged for transport.  B...
May 23th, 2014
Written by: Simon DeSmet
I hate this game and so should you, here’s three reasons to get annoyed with Starwars LCG. In case you’ve never read anything about this game before heres a brief intro; You and your oppone...
May 22th, 2014
Written by: Pete Ruth
#Over spring break I've been introducing my 12 year old daughter to some of my more advanced games because most of her friends are away with family and whatnot, but since we're moving soon we're preservin...
May 21th, 2014
Written by: Jeff White
#"Aaaaarrgghhh, you can feel it dude. You can feel it!" The rules are few and they are simple: * Commit to a title that is at least 10 years old, or has relatively quiet forums at BGG * It should be a ti...
May 19th, 2014
Written by: Jeffrey Luce
# Violence is not the answer, it is the question. The answer is  "Yes!" I was confident. I had this under control. The first "encounter" had been no big deal. The set up of the modular board,  t...
May 15th, 2014
Written by: Jeb Adams
# Please note, Liefeldchilla is not actually MODOK. It's what happens when Rob Liefeld draws a chinchilla. Discuss the mini math marvel dice trade here!
May 14th, 2014
Written by: Lewis Pulsipher
Categorizing Board and Card Games by Use?   Those who have read this blog for a long time know that I am a categorizer.  I try to organize things into categories in order to better to underst...
May 14th, 2014
Written by: wkover
# Every spring, Game Days is hosted at the Holiday Inn in Timonium, Maryland.  It focuses almost exclusively on open gaming, lasts from Thu-Sun, and ropes in at least a few hundred attendees.  I...
May 5th, 2014
Written by: Jeffrey Luce
# "Hey, why don't you loan me that," I once said as I pointed to the thin but alluring box on the top shelf of my friend's game closet. "I'll learn it and then we can play it and see if it's all it's crac...
April 30th, 2014
Written by: Charlie Theel
An interesting topic came up in the comments section and it's an area worth exploring.  Naming a game is a simple endeavor that carries far more weight and consequences than are rea...
April 23th, 2014
Written by: Pete Ruth
I was involved in a conversation at Board Game Geek, and the subject was game criticism and the hesitance of people to do negative reviews. Up until the end, it was an interesting and compelling conversa...
April 13th, 2014
Written by: Pete Ruth
#One of the first things I realized about deductive reasoning games is that there are very few that I really like. I'm a big fan of Clue, but the problem with other games that employ the mechanic of deduc...
April 8th, 2014
Written by: Pete Ruth
#I'd heard almost nothing about this game, except for the fact that it was a dexterity game and that it looked cutesy, but I'm a sucker for dexterity games, especially ones depicting wholesale carnage in ...
April 4th, 2014
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