Category Archive: Board Games

Apr 26

Frankenstein’s Bodies Kickstarter is now LIVE!

It is here! The kickstarter is live! Like what you have seen and read so far? You can go back it RIGHT NOW over here! Some absolutely fantastic backer levels you can get yourself into, and you can get on filthy hands on top of this fabulous game as quick as you can! You might …

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Apr 23

Review: Frankenstein’s Bodies

This game was a complete curveball that caught me off guard at the first time I had ever attended Conpulsion (which is this Saturday, don’t you know!). A random invite from two warm and friendly strangers with random body parts scattered around the table, which made me wonder if I was about to be used …

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Feb 26

Review: Eldritch Horror

If telling globe trotting stories of noble investigators fighting horrible, squibbly creatures from beyond, then the latest board game from Fantasy Flight Games (FFG) might be right up your street. Eldritch Horror is a co-operative board game for between 1-8 players that will see you playing investigators meeting with ancient societies in Tokyo, witnessing strange …

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Aug 01

Review: Augustus

Rome had an Emperor, and his name was Augustus.  The game is apparently something to do with this: Rome’s brand new Emperor wants his representatives (the players) to do… something.  It involves mobilising Legions onto cards that represent objectives – either Senators of Rome, or colour-coded Provinces of the Empire.  ‘Mobilisation tokens’ of various rarities …

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Jul 11

Review: King of Tokyo

“RAWR! RAAAWR!” pew-pew-pew *booooom* “ARG! GRRRRR!” *smaaaash* “Oook-ook, aaa-aaa-aaaAAAA!!!”

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