Dr Lewis Takes a look at both game Editions of Century: Spice Road and Golem Ed, From Plan B Games and give his thoughts on them. BUY NEW Games ➤ www.meeplescorner.co.uk SOCIALS Instagram ➤ (@devondice_joel) Facebook ➤ https://www.facebook.com/devondiceuk Twitter
Joel open the box, tell us the rules and gives his thoughts on Stone Blade Entertainment’s new deck Builder “Shards of Infinity. unboxing – 00:02:15 Rules – 00:05:50 review – 00:09:03 BUY NEW Games ➤ www.meeplescorner.co.uk
Joel and Isaac give their thoughts on the new dice chucker Troll and Dragon from LOKI games designed by Alexandre Emerit. BUY This game from ➤ www.meeplescorner.co.uk SOCIALS Instagram ➤ (@devondice_joel) Facebook ➤ https://www.facebook.com/devondiceuk Twitter ➤ (@DevonDiceUK): https://twitter.com/DevonDiceUK Title
Exploriana (Preview) Designer: Miles Ratcliffe Publisher: Counters Out, Chaos Publishing, Triple Ace Games Artist: Richard Dearing, Robin Elliott Devon Dice had the chance to spend time with a prototype of Exploriana from UK based designer Miles Ratcliffe. I have to
Unboxing, Overview, Review Joel and Isaac bring a U.O.R of HABA’s Boom Bang Gold.
Joel and Isaac give their thoughts on Brains Games’s Ice Cool, a board game about flicking penguins around a school.
Pimp My Dice, Diejazzial, Lego Dice… just some of the name I was coming up with when writing this review. Designer; Régis Bonnessée Pubished by; Libellud Art by; Biboun Side note: I wrote many months ago and forgot to publish it, until now.
Joel, Doctor Lewis and Sam bring you a Christmas Special show. Open conversation, chat about games played over the month and Joel put together a board game pub quiz for the guys to fight over. Sit back and enjoy. Find
Designer; Gaëtan Beaujannot, Jonathan Gilmour, Jean Yves Monpertuis, Isaac Vega Pubished by; Pretzel Games Art by; Atha Kanaani, Chris Quilliams Flick ‘em Up Dead of Winter (FeUDOW) is the latest release from Pretzel Games, the company behind Flick ‘em Up, the popular
At first, I wasn’t interested in this game at all. Pick up and deliver train games don’t really do it for me, with the exceptions of Spike and of course Ticket to Ride. The front cover and the name didn’t