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Another Unity Games has come and gone, leaving visions of game orders dancing in our heads! Before the event there was the traditional no-ship auction, where I unloaded $350 worth of games, including Super Deck! (it went for $0 and … Continue reading
This Saturday was Unity Games XIX, the annual all-day boardgaming event my friends and I look forward to so much. This year the event moved to Danvers, making it even further away from us, but they aren’t running away fast … Continue reading
As I said, Saturday was Unity Games 18, which I was determined not to miss after not being able to attend last year. The preparations for Unity begin a few weeks before the event. There’s a math trade which I … Continue reading
Yesterday was Unity Games 18 and I actually made it for a change! Here’s your humble narrator teaching folks how to play Belfort. More later. Right now there’s napping to do.
Unity Games, which I missed last year, is taking place on Feb 4! That’s less than a week away! This year I decided not to enter games in the Math Trade and go straight to the auction. I wanted to … Continue reading
Another Unity Games has come and gone and we had a great time. I’ll get to the games in a moment, but first let me tell you about the event in general. I don’t know what you think of when … Continue reading
This Saturday is Unity Games 16, an all-day boardgaming event in WOO-BIN, just outside of Boston. As always, the gang is totally keyed up for it. (Becky thinks it’s funny how we approach this like a military operation every time.) … Continue reading
Have I mentioned that I enjoy playing boardgames? I do, which is why on Saturday my friends (Matt, Al, James, Kiri, Rachel, Curtis, Michelle, Parnell, Eric S, Hoover Dave, Bob, Drew, and two of Bob’s friends) and I loaded up … Continue reading