Cardiff is an outstanding place to be a gamer. Although it isn’t home to any major gaming events in the die hard calendar (yet!), it hosts two exceptional games shops, both of which provide the kind of service that should shame you, if you live or work nearby and persist in purchasing your games from Amazon.
You can do two things in Essen. Well, you can do a lot more than two, but these two are pretty huge. You can either look at the shiny things that the bigger companies come out with, or you can look in the little corners and crevasses to find different, new and difficult to obtain games that you never heard of.
First, a confession. I am late to the Thunderstone party. I played Thunderstone at the Games Expo last year and was very impressed. It was a quick and easy game to play with plenty of depth. Since then I kept meaning to pick a copy up but it didn’t happen. There have been a couple of base sets and several expansions, however this latest base set looks to clear up a lot of rules questions and advance the rules further, so it’s ideal time to crash the Thunderstone party.
By Paco Garcia Jaen Sirlin Games have made a habit of creating good quality games that play fast, are fun and durable. Puzzle Strike is a non-collectable card game with tons and tons of chips you use to fight your opponents in a frenzy and fast game. This unboxing is not intended to be a […]
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!