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Topical as always, I want to show you a game that we acquired on its initial release and then left it on the shelf for over a year (still shrink-wrapped!). The game is called Five Tribes and whilst it is competitive, it is not a war game. The title above is inspired by a hit song for Frankie goes...
I recently added images from an old game called THE CAVALRY GAME to my collection of images. It was published by Thomas de la Rue in the 19th century (circa 1890 to 1895). The game is another version of games like Happy Families (Quartetts in Germany) except that the sets have different numbers of...
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Busy month on the card games front, mainly due to help from three of the nicest people in Europe, namely Rudolf, Gretel and Anki. Many thanks and your donations and advice. Both are greatly appreciated. In January (my birthday month) I am hoping to get some older German board games. My son Peter...
Another month goes by. When you are an old man like me, the years  pass by far too quickly. At least, it feels that way. Sigh!!! My normal electic collection of new items this month. Which is not good says Dusa because she feels we have too many "dusty old games" already.  She is right but I just...
These are the games that Card Tower has acquired this month. An interesting variety from the sublime to the ridiculous. If you want to know more about specific games, please let me know. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Lakeside 1975  Acquire Selecta 1995 The a-MAZE-ing Labyrinth...
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