The Horror Continues It’s been a while since our last visit to Lovecraft country, and the Dunwich Legacy campaign for Arkham Horror the Card Game by Fantasy Flight. I’ll apologise now, as that’s not due to lack of playing time, but me not getting round to writing up the accompanying blog posts. So, to be… Continue reading Arkham Horror – Can you take any more?
Another one of my mini, quick to play, games. These are great time fillers in-between larger, longer setup games, as a warm up, or where you’ve only got a half hour or so to spare. In Welcome to the Dungeon, the objective is to successfully negotiate a dungeon filled with random monsters using only the… Continue reading Welcome to the Dungeon – Review
Looking for a game to fill a 20 minute break, or maybe something with minimal rules? I can highly recommend the Timeline series of games from Asmodee. Not only quick to play and easy to pick up, but they’re also educational ! I purchased the Science and Nature set originally and have since picked up… Continue reading Timeline – Review
As with my previous post covering the opening scenarios of The Dunwich Legacy, I’ll ensure there are no story spoilers here. In my last post, at the end of the Dunwich box set scenarios, I had suggested that we may go back and re-play those scenarios before moving on to the first of the new… Continue reading Arkham Horror – Dusty Tomes and Riding the Rails
After successfully completing the campaign scenarios from the core set – and when i say successful, I mean not going completely mad or dying – my regular card game partner, Dean, and I decided it was time to crack open the first big box expansion for Arkham Horror LCG, Dunwich Legacy. After spending time in… Continue reading Arkham Horror – Day Trip to Dunwich
Always on the lookout for the latest accessory for my gaming hobby, I stumbled across the company All Rolled Up. This had started as a search for a dice tray. Something to stop dice rolling and knocking over miniatures, pushing counters or cards on a game board, or generally just ending up on the floor.… Continue reading All Rolled Up – Review
I’d never played Pandemic, or any of its mutations, but was aware of the game and its popularity and place as a modern classic. As such, I’d always been interested in at least giving it a try. I then read the review of Pandemic Iberia in Tabletop Gaming Magazine (issue 8 Feb/Mar), and the first… Continue reading Pandemic Iberia – Review