And the biggest and best convention of the year is almost under way. Michael Chamberlain and I have been hard at work – well, mostly Michael – finding out what could be interesting and what games we want to take a proper look at this year. Also who we’ll be interviewing.Read More
By Michael Chamberlain Fleet, released in 2012 and published by Gryphon from designers Benjamin Pinchback and Matthew Riddle is a card game themed on building your own shipping fleet. The game plays 2-4 players and play time...Read More
We have passed the 70 mark. And 71 is a number I don’t like. It looks untidy, so hurry up and listen to the podcast so we can get on with episode 72.Read More
Michael Fox talked to the guys of Gung Ho Games about their game Pirates of Nassau. I can’t say much about this game as I wasn’t there, so I guess you’ll have to watch the interview. However, and just in case you’re interested,...Read More
Michael Rohan, my son, died on June 10th of this year following a drowning accident at a local water park. We are trying to turn this tragedy into something greater and we are establishing a fund in his honour that will help pay for swimming lessons, lifeguard training, CPR training, and grief counselling to our local area.Read More
This an interview that took place at the UK Games Expo this past May with the two main organisers who, I bet you anything, are just as amazed at how this expo has taken off in such short time.
I think you’ll be interested in what they say. Because it is interesting.
No. Really. It is.Read More
By Paco Garcia Jaen Ace of Spies is a card game of set collecting and sneakiness that comes from the minds of two first time designers, Michael Fox and Mark Rivera with playtesting and development by industry legend Richard...Read More
Again (I know, I know… we seem to be on overdrive at the moment…) here we are again with another show, just before the Christmas season!Read More
So here we have a recent issue of Against the Odds Magazine, which is a very interesting publication on military history with a game in every issue. What more can I ask? Years ago, I used to subscribe to Strategy & Tactics magazine and I’ve played games published in the Wargamer, so this is all familiar ground for me. The magazine is of high quality with excellent articles, artwork, etc. and I highly recommend it to war gamers.Read More