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Mars Needs Mechanics is a boardgame by Ben Rosset that came out from Nevermore Games (by way of Kickstarter) last year. I’ve not played the physical version, but there’s now an iPhone version that its developer, Josh Edwards, was kind … Continue reading
I didn’t read as many comics in February as I did in January, but still managed to plow through a fair amount of them. Down. Set. Fight! (Chris Sims, Chad Bowers, Scott Kowalchuk, Oni Press): I care zip about football, … Continue reading
I got Firefly: The Board Game for Christmas. I’d asked for it because although I’d heard good things, I wasn’t sure enough about it to just outright buy it. It’s not just that it’s a game based on a licensed … Continue reading
I mentioned before that the slight food intake changes I’ve made have already netted some positive effects, one of which is that I can actually read at night again. For a long time there I would take my turns on … Continue reading
Kolejka (“Queue”) is a boardgame produced by the Polish Insititute of National Remembrance. I imagine that institute has a lot of work because Poland has so often been the abused stepchild of Europe. The game, designed by Polish game designer … Continue reading
If I had had a copy of Lego Space: Building the Future when I was 12 years old, I would have read it to pieces. The book, by Peter Reid and Tim Goddard, and published by No Starch Press, is … Continue reading
When I first mentioned the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game I talked about how it had done something no other game had ever done: made me consider buying a copy to play solo. I did that and this weekend I decided … Continue reading