I have known Louis Porter Jr. for a fair bit now and for that bit and much longer he’s been producing a lot of good products. Crisis of the World Eater looks like it could be his next big thing! Neoexodus has received some very...Read More
Thanks to Piotr Żuchowski, I managed to get my hands on an early production copy of Heroes a few months ago. Since then, I’ve managed to do the Unboxing video and play the game a few times and must say loving it every time I...Read More
Heroes is a game that came to me recently and the box alone got my attention for its totally gorgeous cover. It really looked amazing. A deck builder at its core, this 2 player game puts you in command of an army of wizards and...Read More
Sometimes people have great ideas and they need to go to Kickstarter to get them realised because money is tight. That’s the whole principle of Kickstarter, I know. But I also know that some people have grown increasingly...Read More
When NSKN released Exodus: Proxima Centauri, the game had the makings of an excellent game and when they released the revised edition they proved the point with a slick, deep and hugely enjoyable game that was upgraded in every...Read More
Legendary Games has been creating some impressive material for quite some time now. With a great ability to surround themselves with terrific writers, they hit the mark very, very often. Now Legendary Games have joined forces...Read More
Although not many people think about countries like Greece a country with a board game tradition, some companies are keen on setting a stepping stone and bring some excellent games to the table of as many as possible. Mage...Read More
Sleepers is a conspiracy horror game published by Death Spiral Games and written by Ben Counter, veteran of many Warhammer novels. This game has been in development for a number of years and puts the players in the shoes of...Read More
By Paco Garcia Jaen Not very often I do reviews in the website of boardgames or card games that are in pre-production stage and pretty much never if they are print & play. I don’t have anything against them. It’s just that’s...Read More
I have no problem “being” a geek. It has helped shape the sort of person I am and I am very proud of that. And, quite frankly, I love being a geek because I love what it entails. I love the social aspect, the slightly esoteric hobbies, the idiosyncratic nature of our tastes, the passion that comes with being so attached to those hobbies, the community…Read More
Welcome back everyone to a new, shorter episode of the podcast.
First of all in this episode we announce the winner of our “leave us iTunes feedback” competition. Cloudster, you’ve got yourself a prize!
We also talk about Tabletop Day, the new, and rather awesome, initiative by the nice guys at Geek and Sundry, to get us gamers to go out and play somewhere else: A public space! Video below!
And our topics for this episode are “How do you handle difficult situations at the table” and “how do you protect your game”?Read More