Preview – Hasty Baker

Today I’m doing something a bit different. The game I’ll be discussing today has not hit Kickstarter yet, but will be very soon, so I’m giving you guys a sneak peak as to what the game is about and my thoughts. I’ve called it a preview since I don’t know really how else to describe […]

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Review – Friday

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 […]

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Ten Things on My Gaming Bucket List

Most of you probably know what a bucket list is, but for those who don’t, it’s a list of things you want to experience before you “kick the bucket”. The creation of bucket lists became more popular after the 2007 film The Bucket List (which is an excellent movie if you haven’t seen it). Today, I’ve decided to share with you ten things on my bucket list that relate to the world of tabletop gaming.

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Review – Sagrada

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 […]

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How Board Games Can Help With Mental Health

I was looking through my Facebook memories today and I came across a post of mine from a year ago where I discussed the mental health struggles I was going through at the time. I was dealing with post-partum depression on top of my already existing depression and anxiety and I ended up hospitalized for a week. It’s hard for me to believe that it’s already been a year since I hit that low point in my life. Since then, I’ve come a long way and gaming has been a part of that journey in getting better. As a sort of celebration of my ongoing recovery, I thought I would discuss some of the mental health benefits board games can bring. 

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Review – Gloom

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.

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