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Book Review -Arnhem: the Battle for the Bridges by Anthony Beevor

I’ve been reading a really long time. My mom was amazed at how I was reading even before I went to Kindergarten. She never really had a chance to read to me because of that. 1,918 more words

Board Games

Kickstarter Guide: The Wonderful World of Playtesting

Playtesting is critical if you want to publish your game, but it is one of the more difficult elements of games development. So how do you go about it? 736 more words

Board Games

Board games in times of COVID-19

Friends and I gather together to playing board games once again after 100 days quarantined. We were all excited to be around the table that has witnessed the Knights of our opponents committing betrayal to join our army in Catan the card game. 99 more words

Sad Life

What’s All This: Fail Better

There’s that oft-quoted Samuel Beckett quote that appears on many wall hangings, tshirts and mugs.

Ever Tried. Ever Failed. No Matter. Try Again. Fail Again. 133 more words

Explaining Things

Civilization: A New Dawn First-Impressions Review

Hello! It is Jake and I have completed my third play-through of Civilization: A New Dawn. It is a civilization game based off of Sid Meir’s Civilization and is published by Fantasy Flight Games. 481 more words

Which Board Game Are You?

Now here’s a piece of advice you won’t find in any marriage preparation course:

Before you marry them, play board games with them.

You can continue after you’re married, of course. 145 more words


360° Chess Symbols & Counter Pieces

This is a personal project I undertook in order to remedy the Chess industry’s apparent inability to manufacture sensible, useable counter Chess pieces.

This project is also a secondary hobby to accompany my Chess variant creation, … 625 more words