A question going around the board game community is how much replayability or variability is needed in board games? Are games with too little bad?
I bought myself a future board game gift. How,by putting in an order where some of the items a pre-ordered. Have you done that before?
I love a good campaign game. The question for a lot of people diving into them, are they a one and done thing or would you go back again?
At times you need to sell off games from your collection, I decided that time had come for Sword and Sorcery, plus a bit more.
A campaign board game or a scenario driven board game, which of them is better?
A lot of games can be fun to play, but what board games tell a story as you play them?
One month of board gaming in, and how am I doing on my 365 board game play challenge?
It was time to free up some space on my game shelf again, what board games did I sell this time?
Normally I’d be doing an Friday Night D&D article, but it’s an off week for playing, and I don’t have a new campaign idea floating
A few years ago I wrote a post about how to teach board games, I want to revisit that today, and take a little bit