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As usual, I am far too busy to do anything in depth but before I list games received this month, I want to mention a relatively new game, Ulm by Huch!. It came out at Essen last year I believe but we had never heard of it when we were given the game this month. It is very 'Feldian', an adjective...
October already! Christmas is round the corner. Hard to believe here that a few months ago we were in the middle of a heat-wave. It really was hot, seriously hot. And, in a way, the good weather has prevailed. We go out for walks without a coat. Helga says that she cannot remember doing that before...
A relatively quiet month. I picked up a few at a flea-market but most of the games came courtesy of my son Peter who lives in Norfolk and visits as many Boot Fairs as he can. As usual, if you want to know more, please ask. Plus: Can anyone explain to me how to make MicroBadges on the BGG. Here is...
Here is the batch of new games that have arrived at chez-Eamon in August. There are so many, I have to split them into two articles. Enjoy browsing and let me know if you would like more information about any game in the listing. My thanks especially go to Rudolf and Gretl who both donated several...
Thus begins The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkein. I think this must be the most-read book amongst game fans, certainly of my generation. Dungeons & Dragons made sure we fell collectively into the open hands of fantasy novels and The Lord of the Rings was the king of such books. Many attempts...
(If you know nothing about Runebound, you may wish to skip this article). Runebound, published by Fantasy Flight Games, is the favourite two-player game for Helga and myself. The game is set in the fantasy world of Terrinoth. It is a dice-fest but it is full of micro-decisions, which is why we like...
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