How do you free up room for more board games? Do you cull more games? Or do you find other ways to free up space?
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 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?
So this is for that person who loves their games, to be huge, awesome, epic. Fairly often story driven, fairly often taking up the whole
One of the most important parts of a board game is the board, not really. But a board is a really good spot to start
We’re back with the next ten, a bullet point of what I said in the first part (which you can find 100 through 91). If you
Recently I did an article talking about the different types of games, and one that I mentioned was campaign games. These are games that tell
Probably should have done this list sooner with people needing to shelter in place during Covid-19 pandemic, but better late than never. I’m talking about
It might be kind of the wrong time to talk about this, we’re in the middle of the Covid-19 Pandemic, however, I think with that,
Now, let me set a few ground rules. The game must have an official solo version, it can’t be something like Pandemic Legacy Season 1,