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
Tokyo Metro is the next game I will be unboxing, and the final game in this trio of Tokyo inspired games designed by Jordan Draper. Players act as investors in Tokyo, building train stations, speculating on various train lines, and using their workers effectively in order to earn the most money. 1 - 5 Players | … Continue reading Tokyo Metro Unboxing
Following on from Jeremy’s great list of games, I have put together a sentence (or a few!) on the games that are currently in my collection. I have mostly excluded expansions to keep it simple, as well as games I have moved on. 5-Minute Dungeon (2017) This is so simple to teach and so … Continue reading A Sentence About Every Game I Own
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?
Following on from my previous unboxing is the next game in the Tokyo Series by designer Jordan Draper - Tokyo Jutaku! Players become emerging architects in Tokyo, fighting in real time to build the most successful designs, whilst still abiding by strict building requirements. 1-8 Players | 10 - 30 Minutes | Designed by Jordan … Continue reading Tokyo Jutaku Unboxing
Tokyo Jidohanbaiki is just one of the exciting new titles in The Tokyo Series Games which are published by Jordan Draper Games. The series brings together multiple designers to create really unique and innovative game concepts based around Japanese life and culture. So far, just 3 titles have been released on Kickstarter, with 3 more new … Continue reading Tokyo Jidohanbaiki Unboxing
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