13 days, 20 games, 6 peoples in the 30oC heat So, if you don’t listen to my podcast you wouldn’t know that I have been in Cyprus for the last couple of weeks with family. It was a planned family
Designer; Alexey Konnov, Alexey Paltsev, Anatoliy Shklyarov Pubished by; Brain Games Art by; Reinis Pētersons The Devon to Westeros Express is Coming I like little card games, I like games that can fit into my Quiver Time Carry case and
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!
Hey everyone, this months podcast is bought to you by The UK Games Expo 2017… This episode is a long one and it’s all about the show that happens every year in the Birmingham NEC. It will feature talk about
No Spoilers, A worry free reading Designer; Jinka and Markus Brand Pubished by; Thames and Kosmos Art by; lots of people I have found this review will be the easiest one I have done but also the hardest to write. “How
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
Hey Everone, this podcast is slightly different as the first half was recorded in the beginning of May with Joel and Sam and the second half was recorded middle of May with Joel and Tom. But they still talk about
Designer; Asger Harding Granerud & Daniel Skjold Pedersen Pubished by; Pegasus Spiele Art by; Alexander Jung There is an old saying: Don’t judge a book by its cover! Well, in the case of this game it’s true as well as the name. When
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