RPGs

RPG History Lesson at Bundle of Holding

There’s something a bit different about the current Bundle of Holding.  Usually, the bundle includes a selection of RPGs and RPG supplements, and that’s great!   This time, we have a history lesson about RPGs and publishers in the form of the Designers &  Dragons series.  This is a series I have long had my… Continue reading RPG History Lesson at Bundle of Holding

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Voting Opens for 11th Annual Golden Geek Awards

Ah, democracy, what a grand thing!  Well, mostly… It’s been a strange year… But this example of democracy will be fun, I promise! Board Game Geek have launched the voting for their annual awards, and I’m heading over to put my own votes in.  I’m just popping a quick post up to urge you to do… Continue reading Voting Opens for 11th Annual Golden Geek Awards

Board Games

Judging a Game by Its Cover

Just a short pictorial post today.  Having recently spent some time looking through the work of the late Wayne England, I’m struck by how much artistic talent exists within our fantastic little hobby and the industry that surrounds it.  This conviction was further reinforced by my recent reading of the Shadows of Esteren rulebook and viewing… Continue reading Judging a Game by Its Cover

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Asmodee Tease World of Darkness Apps

Tabletop juggernaut Asmodee have recently tweeted an image promoting current nd upcoming apps for mobile devices.  The image promotes staple titles such as Small World, Pandemic and Ticket to Ride, along with an upcoming edition of beautifully illustrated card game, Onirim. The interesting and surprising bit of this is in the other two upcoming games.  Take a look: Yeah, look,… Continue reading Asmodee Tease World of Darkness Apps