2017 – Year of the Horror Game? Part 2

Welcome back to our look into the weird and wonderful horror board games that are heading our way this year (you can read part one here)! Is 2017 going to be the Year of the Horror Game for the tabletop? Let’s look at more of the suspects: Fantasy Horror It’s about time we got off of the Lovecraftian games and … Continue reading

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Our Ten Most Anticipated Games of 2017

Every year, BoardGame Geek run a poll of the most anticipated games of the year ahead, taking in hundreds of nominations and whittling it down to just twenty! The voting for 2017’s games ends this weekend, so head over if you haven’t already and place your votes! We don’t have that much room to cover all the games mentioned in … Continue reading

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Christmas List – Stocking Sized Games

Big presents are great. Everyone likes getting a really hefty box, gift-wrapped with their name on the tag. But let’s face it – they can’t always be big ones! Sometimes you need to give something smaller, whether it’s because you’re keeping to a budget for a Secret Santa or you’re looking to fill up a stocking. And Christmas shopping can … Continue reading

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The Mythology Behind Innistrad – Part One

This month’s return to the plane of Innistrad in the new Magic: the Gathering set, Shadows Over Innistrad, returns us to the gloriously dark, gothic world first introduced in 2011. Populated by vampires, werewolves, zombies, ghouls and all manner of supernatural horrors, the human inhabitants live in close-knit settlements, protected by the watchful eye of the god-like Avacyn and her … Continue reading

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Nostalgia Attack – The Games We Used to Play

Recently, I was playing a game with some of the older members of my family (Betrayal at House on the Hill, if you’re wondering), and they were quite mystified at the complexity of it. “I remember when games were just a board, some tokens and and some dice!” they said mournfully, and it got me thinking. There are so many amazing … Continue reading

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