BoardGameGeek offers a lot of features to users, hidden behind their somewhat clunky interface. Their collection manager is my favourite feature, but I've not been using it as fully as I could. I record the games that I own and maintain rough ratings for many of them, but I'd like to use the site to… Continue reading Goal for 2019: Recording Plays on BGG and BG Stats
BoardGameGeek maintains a massive database of board games, expansions and accessories. As part of the community aspect of the site, users are encouraged to rate the games they play and own. From these rating, games are given a score and can be placed in order. The first hundred games in this list are generally held… Continue reading How Many Games from the BGG Top 100 Do You Own?
It’s Friday, and here on No Rerolls that means it’s time for a little digest of some of our favourite articles from the past week. Of course, we’re slow readers, so don’t be surprised if there are some articles that are a little older – these are just some of the great articles we happen to have actually… Continue reading 5 on Friday: 24/02/17
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
The website, Board Game Geek, is a fantastic resource. Founded in the year 2000, it is the definitive database of board and card games, cataloguing many tens of thousands of items. On top of this, there are two sister sites, Video Game Geek and RPG Geek, both of which also track tens of thousand of items,… Continue reading Tracking Collections Using Board Game Geek