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Boardgames in Nigeria. Interview with Bassey Onwuanaku

I am Paco García and in this episode I talk with Bassey Onwuanaku about her game café in Abuja, Nigeria, and how finding out about her daughter learning through gaming, has led her to create Lindem Edutaiment, an organisation that wants to spread education through gaming all over Nigeria.

UNBOXING –  Sector 6 by Draco Ideas Editorial

I have known about Draco Idea’s Sector 6 for a while but never had the chance to get my hands on it. Now the publisher has been very kind to send me a review copy (which will come to the table veeeeeeeeeeery soon so I can give you a full review), I can find out if this game is worth the amount of money you have to pay to get your hands on it!

The Boardgame Interview Room: TanTrump in Kickstarter

Tantrump is a protest political game designed by Mike Selinker and Liz Spain that tries to breach the gap between gaming and protesting like all good pieces of art should do. Tantrump is a game that is likely to offend and elate in equal measures and I do hope it will get a reaction in […]

Video review – Simurgh, from NSKN

Simurgh was published by NSKN just two years ago and, as a game all about dragons and since I am pretty Dragons nut, I had to try it. A worker placement and resource management game for 2 to 5 people that plays in around 90 minutes, this game has a pretty original feature, and is […]

Playing Digital: Tokaido review

Tokaido came out in 2012 thanks to Funforge, designer Antoine Bauza and artist Xavier Gueniffey Durin. In this game, the players are travellers on a four day journey through the Tokaido route. During their journey, they must visit places where to buy souvenirs, have a bath, do some painting or, simply, have a meal. Funforge […]

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