Every year a bunch of Mages come together at the sacred site of Sorcerer City in order to take part in what can only be described by us mere mortals as some sort of magical Burning Man style event. They slap together a city in haste, have it assessed by the judges on various criteria, … Continue reading Sorcerer City
You've been invited to The Beast's 2019-Masquerade-Secret-Santa-Ball-Annual-The-Bachelor-Night! Everyone will be dancing and exchanging gifts, trying to remain anonymous for the longest time whilst striving to collect all their favourite artifacts and avoid their most loathed items. And of course, the currency of the evening is roses, just like all good reality TV shows. 2-5 Players … Continue reading The Grimm Masquerade Review
Wow! The year has certainly gone fast, but if I look back through my photos, I played a lot of games! I don't formally log my plays, but most games I play I take a photo and put it up on my Instagram with a few short comments. So here's some of the highlights from … Continue reading My 2019 in Photos
Good news! King Manuel was very impressed with your efforts in tiling his bathroom, and you might have another contract - this time he's asking you back to tile his Summer Pavilion! But of course, once again, it doesn't make sense to just give the contract to one person, so you will be competing against … Continue reading Azul: Summer Pavilion Review
It's an interesting question - and one that everyone has a different answer to. We asked a wide variety of people - from boardgame designers and publishers, to friends closer to home: What makes a 10/10 game for you? Everyone has different thoughts on the question and we were really excited to see everyone's answers. … Continue reading What’s a 10/10 Game to You?
It's the beginning of the Quedlinburg 9 day festival of health - where totally legitimate medical practitioners offer many sorts of potions and pastes that all claim to miraculously cure whatever might be ailing you. They arrive, bags of ingredients and cauldrons in tow, to setup on the streets, hoping to to brew the best … Continue reading Quacks of Quedlinburg Review
We're making Jam! Letter Jam. Or we are Jamming to some sweet words. Or something. Let's just say we are going to collaboratively solve a puzzle together make some jam, and at the end, we will be told how effective we were at solving that puzzle tasty our jam is. 2-6 Players | 30-60 Minutes … Continue reading Letter Jam Review