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I hope you all have recovered after indulging in Christmas and New Year. Here at Chez-Osten, all is well. We have joined another Bridge club so we are now playing three times a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday). Jürgen gave me a nice birthday present, Doe Schlösser des König Ludwig. It seemed to...
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...
After a short intermission spent watching the last ever Monty Python live show, appropriately, it is now for something completely different! Part 2 starts here.... Fettnäpfchen ASS 1985 Tank Battle Milton Bradley 1976 Tell Me Spears 1970 Times to Remember Milton Bradley 1991 Tip-It...
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...
The Lion (Panthera leo) is a symbol for bravery and often portrayed as ferocious beast. The lion-tamer was a familiar act in the circus. He would thrill the spectators just by being in the same 'space' as a lion or two. And then he would increase the thrill by putting his head into the lion's mouth...
ABC des Schlaumeiers Berliner Trivia game. Name translates to ABC for clever-clogs Advance Junior Version Denys Fisher 1975 Simple war game that uses a battery operated device to determine hits or misses The Adventures of Captain Can Carnaud Metalbox A promotional game for a company who...
The Monkey (Ceboidea - New World or Cercopithecoidea - Old World) has long been used on boxes and cards. Main reason I think would be because they are associated with fun and mischief. "Is he up to monkey business?" is how a policeman might describe a known criminal. And Blackadder might say "He is...

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