Board Games, Miniature Games, RPGs, Tabletop Games

5 on Friday: 27/07/18

It’s Friday, and here on No Rerolls that means it's time for an all-new 5 on Friday.  We're going to start with 5 exciting releases for this week before moving on to our usual 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… Continue reading 5 on Friday: 27/07/18

Blogging, Board Games, Miniature Games

Top 50 Games of 2017 (40-31)

Welcome to this year’s top 50 games list in which I list my personal top 50 games at this point in time.  My choices are not limited to games from this calendar year, but instead represent my current thoughts on the top 50 games out there.  Next year, some of the games featured may move… Continue reading Top 50 Games of 2017 (40-31)

Board Games

Games That Need Expansion

Most board games seem to get expansions - at least most successful ones.  Expansions can run the gamut from adding a few cards or minis, to a new way to play, to new board, to all of the above.  An expansion can add variety and replayability to a game, fix areas of a game that were… Continue reading Games That Need Expansion

Board Games

Painting Board Games

One of the things that originally appealed to me about Board Games was that they represent a singular product.  I'd played miniatures games before, such as Warhammer and Hordes, but the sheer amount of prep work for these games was increasingly offputting.  Board Games represented a play experience which could be used straight out of the box… Continue reading Painting Board Games

Board Games, RPGs

Top 50 Games 2016 (30-21)

  Right, part 3 of the top 50 list.  Let's go!  Actually, no.  Wait.  If you've not read them yet, you should probably go back and read part 1 and part 2.  Once you've done that, you may continue on and read about games 30 through 21. 30: The Settlers of Catan Year: 1995 Designer: Klaus Teuber… Continue reading Top 50 Games 2016 (30-21)

Board Games

Dungeon Crawls Part 1: In Your Dungeon, Killin' Your Dudes

The dungeon crawl is a common theme in tabletop gaming. Simply put, there is nothing more fun than gathering a group of adventurers and descending into the dark places of the world in search of fun and profit. It is a genre that was originally made popular by classic roleplaying games such as Dungeons and Dragons. My first experience… Continue reading Dungeon Crawls Part 1: In Your Dungeon, Killin' Your Dudes