Category Archives: Boardgames

Pandemic: Legacy: A Boardgame With Spoilers (No Spoilers Here)

Tonight we’ll try to save the world again, but it’s getting tougher and tougher. Matt, Satoko, Becky, and I will once again race against time to prevent the spread of four deadly diseases, as the world crumbles around us. Specifically, … Continue reading

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mega-Mega-MEGA CIV ((…iv…iv…iv…))

On Saturday I participated in a gaming…event, one could say. A game of Mega-Civilization (MC). We had nine players and were there for 14 hours (though only 12 was actual gameplay time.) This could have been a nightmare for me, … Continue reading

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Burgle Bros.: Get In. Get the Loot. Get Out.

A while back I backed some board games on Kickstarter, just for the hell of it. Some of those choices were good, many not so good. These days I don’t even look at KS anymore. But the final one came … Continue reading

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Who Gives a Harry Wallop What This Guy Thinks?

Oh.

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On the Table: Codenames

This past week I played a game of Hanabi, which is a game I was pretty stoked about when it first came out, but haven’t really thought about much since. It’s not bad, just not something I find myself wanting … Continue reading

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On the Table

Here are the boardgames I played over the long holiday weekend:    Smash Up and 3012 Matt and I tried out two recentish acquisitions of mine. Smash Up is a game in which you create your own deck by picking … Continue reading

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Return to Whatever the World of Neuroshima Hex is Called

I first raved about the boardgame Neuroshima Hex back in 2009. It’s a tactical game of tile placement and warfare set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland, designed by Michal Oracz and published by Portal Games. Since then, my attention gravitated more … Continue reading

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10 Years of Boardgames

Every so often someone at Board Game Geek gets his meeples in a twist because he’s worried that some people out there are rating games after only one play. Some games, the argument goes, only reveal their hidden magic after … Continue reading

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