August 2013

This week I am very lucky to have an article about card games that use cards to 'build' images. The author is Neil Darbyshire, one of the most knowledgeable collectors in Britain and is definitely the top authority on games by C.W. Faulkner, and it was Faulkner who made the Misfitz range of games,...
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Every Brit of my generation will have the name 'Dresden' seared in their memory. The bombing of German cities in WWII is well documented and , of course, was a tragedy for the German people (much as was the bombing of London and Coventry for the British). However, Dresden serves as a premiere...
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To continue last month's theme of circa 1935 British party games, this rather dull box housed a game inside called Square Pegs in Round Holes. It was published by a company called Universal Publications Ltd., a London based publisher of books in the main, but who made such games for years. They...
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