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Other man got tray in bed

Here’s a bit of unusual filler from the April 29 1948 edition of the Toronto Daily Star:

Um, wow. I wonder if the two men were having the same meal?

My Experience with Filler (2/2)...

Me again… Here’s part 2 of my filler experience. Hope you enjoyyyy!! 1,085 more words


The Boss

Alain Ollier

Publisher: Blackrock Games

Does that even look like the real Al Capone? (Photo credits: Eric Martin@BGG)

The first time I played The Boss at a friend’s place, I was pretty impressed. 1,231 more words


My Experience With Filler (1/2)...

Heyyy Guysss, hope you’re all doing good and have been enjoying the posts so far! So I was a bit stuck on what to write about next (I have a list on my phone but nothing seemed interesting enough ). 1,223 more words


Lady bowlers hold tea

Here’s a bit of filler from the June 10 1932 edition of the Toronto Daily Star:

The problems of the world must have seemed so far away. 40 more words


Michael Schacht

Publisher: Rio Grande Games

Chameleons are cool, but what about that freaky evil castle card? (Photo credits: Neven Rihtar@BGG)

Coloretto is probably one of the most-played filler in my collection. 939 more words


Time Bomb Evolution - "Foreseeing the C4"

Players: 4-6 | Time: 10-15 Min. | Genre: Social Deduction

Bombs. Social deduction. This is one of the few times where theme and mechanisms tie together quite well, a rarity in this painted cardboard industry. 1,411 more words