Time for another visit to my gaming shelves. It’s been a few weeks now and I held off due to the then upcoming UK Games Expo. I planned on entering a few titles into the annual expo maths trade, so thought it best to hold off for the time being.
Now the show is over and the trades are complete, I’m ready to pick up where I left off!
I’m special. I’m in 10% of the population who are colour blind. Within that elite group I’m in the largest sub-group, commonly known as red/green colour blind and scientifically known as deuteranopia. There are a range of other types of
Every year, at the end of May, thousands of gamers and geeks descend upon Birmingham for three days of gaming nirvana. From 2007 to 2012 this event was held in a single hotel, Clarendon Suites, in Birmingham proper. In that
The UK Games Expo gets bigger and better every year and with that, publishers are starting to use the show as an opportunity to launch their new titles. Not many, admittedly, and so far not the biggest names who save
Famed for releasing one ‘big’ game per year, Days Of Wonder may not have the largest back catalogue for a big publisher, but it is packed full of quality. In 2015 they published the Bruno Cathala smash hit, Five Tribes,
Inspired by others, most notably Tom Vasel’s segments in the Dice Tower’s Board Game Breakfast series, I thought a regular blog series showcasing my own shelves bit by bit might be interesting for some. If nothing else, it will help
I thought it had been a while since I’d blogged about anything, so while I’m thinking of something more interesting here’s a snapshot update on five projects currently on Kickstarter for you to plunge your crowdfunding budget into: #1 Peak Oil:
This is the story of my 2016 on Kickstarter. Since first discovering Kickstarter as a site I’ve been an avid user and spent far too much money on a range of projects. Over the past three years or so board
This will be the first in, hopefully, a regular series of posts outlining the games I played in the last month along with impressions of both myself and those I played with. This will be a big one, as we