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This one actually has a necklace

Miss B has decided that we should play through the pile of Lego games that we have accumulated over the last couple of years and then write a post comparing them, and I think that is a most excellent idea. 519 more words



Lautapelaaminen kaipaa toimiakseen materiaa. Aktiiviset peliharrastajat, jotka eivät omista pelejä ovat todennäköisesti vähemmistössä. Se on oudolla tavalla virkistävää aikana, jolloin ketään ei kiinnosta näytetäänkö esimerkiksi elokuvaa filmiltä vai digitaalisesti: pelejä painetaan tietty määrä, niin kauan kun niitä ostetaan. 2,557 more words


Boards and Bees NEWS! Issue #1

Some changes to announce on today’s post.  First of all, I am happy to announce that this blog has been purchased by Asmodee, and I for one welcome our new French overlords.   797 more words


Buzzworthiness: Lost Cities

Time to review a popular two-player card game:

Lost Cities was originally published in 1999 by KOSMOS, with Rio Grande distributing it in the US.  A new English version is due out soon from KOSMOS.   1,315 more words

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Roll on to victory: Age of War review

Age of War is a new game from Fantasy Flight, and more relevantly, from Reiner Knizia. This game is simple and fun. The tricky part of Age of War is finding a retailer with the game in stock. 420 more words



Design by Reiner Knizia & Sebastian Bleasdale
Published by Ystari Games
2 – 4 Players, 1 hour
Review by Greg J. Schloesser

With a name like “Prosperity”, you would think this game would be an economic game of high finance with the goal being to amass the largest personal fortunate as possible.   1,697 more words