I will preface this review for my regular readers: Turing Tumble is not a boardgame. It's an educational puzzle 'game'. The Turing Tumble is a piece of highly intricate, alien computing technology. Developed on a world where a complex phenomenon prevents the operation of conventional computers (maybe we are just in the wrong Zone of … Continue reading Turing Tumble
It's the start of 2019 and I was in the mood for making a bit of a list, but I find ranking things really hard. I think it's very situation dependant what game I want to play, drawing in many factors, one of which is the number of players that are around. Given a situation … Continue reading My Favourite Games For Each Player Count (Ten to One)
It's the golden age of the skies! Air travel is cheap and plentiful, and airlines are competing to provide the most attractive tickets to prospective travellers. Despite this, air travel is relatively new, and as such the various companies involved in the industry need to work together in order to show a good face to … Continue reading Now Boarding
This post continues on from A Sentence About Every Game I’ve Owned Part 1. I've copied this list from BoardGameGeek, and I'm sure I've probably missed some stuff. Games in red, I've since moved on. Games with links I've written reviews about! So - here is a short comment on every game I've ever owned. … Continue reading A Sentence About Every Game I’ve Owned – Part 2
If you play boardgames regularly with a varied group of people then you've almost certainly been exposed to a big range of personality types. Everyone is very different, and the great thing about the boardgaming community is it brings people together. Of course, the way that different people's personality traits shape their approach to gaming … Continue reading The 10 Boardgamer Archetypes! Which one are you?
All across the world, people want stuff! Interestingly, the places that those people who want stuff are located, typically don't produce all the stuff that those people want. Enter: the humble shipping Container. The box that nearly every good is transported in across land and sea. These good, ol' durable 40ft standardised steel crates flow … Continue reading Container: Jumbo Edition
After several years of playing (and owning) games I thought it might be interesting to take stock of my current and past collection, focusing on what the game means to me and why I like it. I got my first 'proper' boardgame in 2010 - Tobago, and since then I've added over 200 games to … Continue reading A Sentence About Every Game I’ve Owned – Part 1