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LEGO Super Mario review

This summer sees the release of what could be one of the top sellers this coming holiday season. A unique collaboration between LEGO and Nintendo, we take a look at the new LEGO Super Mario range of playsets. 1,370 more words


Kickstarter Backing - Arcana Rising

Sometimes it’s a good thing to be subscribed to the various boardgame company emails.

I would normally say “especially as a reviewer,” but that hasn’t really paid out much. 833 more words

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Family Game Night | A Board Game Guide for Families

This is a repost of a blog that I originally wrote for my company. It can be found here and has been published with permission. 1,424 more words

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Introducing the Board Game librarian

Hidden behind a door in the guest bedroom of our Seattle town home, there is a walk-in closet that houses my board game library. The closet is quite small and if you are standing in it you can’t really close the door, but it is easily one of my favorite spots in the whole house because in that room my board game are on full display. 371 more words

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Discussion: Board Games The Whole Family Can Enjoy

Nothing beats a traditional board game, yet board games are so creative these days that there’s nothing traditional about them. The range of games available is insanity, and if you’re looking for a way to cut down on screen time and make more time for family, nothing beats a good board game. 964 more words


Plunderbund Review by Kyle

One of the games we were supposed to feature at Southern Board Game Fest was a game from a board game publisher from right down the road in Houston. 1,252 more words

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Board Game Night: Ticket to Ride - First Journey

The post regarding Catan Junior discussed the ideas of getting children into board gaming from an early age. And I’m not talking about Monopoly or Clue. 726 more words

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