When I first started gaming, the idea of gaming solo never crossed my mind. Board games, in my mind, were meant to be a social experience. Then I thought about all the card games I used to enjoy as a kid, and one of my favourites was Clock Solitaire. My grandmother taught me how to […]Read More Review – Friday
The Sagrada Familia is an unfinished church in Barcelona. The church, a work of the famous architect Antoni Gaudi, One of the major features of this beautiful place is the stained glass windows. That is the inspiration behind Sagrada, a game where you are put in the shoes of an architect, perhaps Gaudi himself, to […]Read More Review – Sagrada
Today’s terrible tale is that of doom and despair. It is a story of strife and suffering, and perhaps a perilous plight or two. Today’s review is about a glum game called Gloom.Read More Review – Gloom
Today, I’m taking a look at the classic Parker Brothers car(d) racing game, Mille Bornes as part of a new series I’m doing on retro games. Reviews in this series will focus less on component quality and more on gameplay and how the game stands up against the test of time. Without further ado, let’s […]Read More Retro Review – Mille Bornes
Today’s review is set in space where explorers are trying to colonize planets through democratic or economic means and claim them for their galaxy. I’m talking about Tiny Epic Galaxies.Read More Review – Tiny Epic Galaxies
I am a big fan of making lists. I’ve always got a notebook on the go with lists of games I want to try, songs I heard that I liked, or other miscellany. So when my husband Jeff brought home Listography: The Game for me, I was pretty excited to try it out.Read More Review – Listography: The Game
From My Shelf is a series where I discuss games that I already own. Zombie Run! is not the highest ranked game I own. It doesn’t have a very unique theme or mechanic. It’s not a huge meaty game at all, but it’s one I’ve enjoyed quite a bit despite all these things.Read More From My Shelf – Zombie Run!