Tabletop gaming can be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. I take a look at a seven ways to save money while still engaging with the hobby.
Month: August 2022
An interview with a content creator: FavouriteFoe
I chat to the brilliant FavouriteFoe about her time in the board gaming hobby, her time as a content creator and how she got started with it all.
Run Animals, Run!! – Review
I review a game about animals trying to survive in the face of encroaching urbanisation and habitat loss.
Cluedo – Facts and Memories
When writing a post about the classic game Cluedo, I came across some old notes which gave me pause for thought.
An interview with a game designer: Kristen Mott
In the latest in my series of interviews, I speak to Kristen Mott to discuss her journey to becoming a board game designer, and the experience of launching a game on Kickstarter.
Rise and Fall and Rise Again – The History of Netrunner
Netrunner is my favourite game, and I think it’s one with a very interesting history. I wanted to explore that a bit, so I thought I’d put together a history of the game.
An interview with a board game rental company: Rent, Shuffle & Roll
I sit down for a chat with the folks from Rent, Shuffle & Roll, a recently launched board game rental service.
The Adventures of Robin Hood – Review
In The Adventures of Robin Hood you play as the famous outlaw and his friends as you battle the forces of the Sheriff of Nottingham and Prince John. You do this by moving around the map, fighting guards, finding items, robbing nobles and interacting with townsfolk.
An interview with a game designer: Robbie Munn
I sit down and chat with game designer Robbie Munn to find out a little bit about his upcoming game and how he got to where he is today.
King of Tokyo – Review
King of Tokyo is a classic. In fact, the label on the shrink wrap tell us that over 1 million games have been sold worldwide since the game’s release in 2011, which is quite something.