Tabletop Gaming Magazine – Quick Review

If you can’t play games, then the next best thing is to read about games!  How else do we know what to spend our hard earned cash on. There’s no shortage of web sites and blogs dedicated to reviewing games (this very one!).  And of course there’s no shortage of opinion on the internet.  You can… Continue reading Tabletop Gaming Magazine – Quick Review

Amera Plastic Mouldings 28mm Buildings – Review

Last year I played a few 28mm fantasy miniature games, namely Frostgrave and Songs of Blades and Heroes.  I played at a friends house so was lucky enough to make use of their fantastic terrain collection.  Now, I have a small collection of 28mm scenery – trees and hills, and a collection of Wild West… Continue reading Amera Plastic Mouldings 28mm Buildings – Review

Star Wars Destiny – Review

Last post I discussed what Star Wars Destiny was.  This time, I’ll cover how the game plays and give more of a review. The intended starting point for Destiny is the starter sets.  There are 2 currently available for you to play either Hero (Rey and Finn) or Villian (Kylo Renn and a Stormtrooper).  Each… Continue reading Star Wars Destiny – Review

Arkham Horror; the end?

The Dunwich Legacy campaign was moving towards a frenzied climax.  Tentacled horrors from beyond were becoming a more common sight in Dunwich.  And our intrepid and undaunted investigators were running from pillar to post trying to keep a lid on things, before space and time were ripped apart for good! So no pressure then!! Where… Continue reading Arkham Horror; the end?

Arkham Horror – Can you take any more?

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?

Welcome to the Dungeon – Review

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