Firefly Board Game

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This is one of my all time favourite games, it grabs the feel of the Tv show so very well, for those who have missed out on watching the show it is well worth binge watching this western set in space by Joss Wheddon. You are a captain of your own Firefly ship (someone can […]

Review of Ticket to London

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Next Stop London Bridge, Tickets please! The latest instalment in the hugely popular and successful board game series “Ticket to Ride” gets the “Swinging 60’s” London treatment (groovy baby!). Following the success of TTR New York, London is likewise designed for 2-3 players and a quicker game than the main game, taking around 15-20 mins […]

Lords of Waterdeep

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This game from Wizards of the Coast is part of the D&D world, set in Waterdeep (funny enough) also known as the City of Splendours you play as one of the Lords who run the City (randomly chosen at the beginning of the game) each Lord gives you bonus points for different parts of the […]

The Broken Token Firefly Crate

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This Crate adds a lot to the gaming experience, as well as speeding up set up and set down by having handy removable trays for the tokens, it helps with the one flaw in this otherwise amazing game, Space (not outer space but physical table space) Let’s be honest once set up it takes up […]

Disney Codenames

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This version of Codenames is a masterpiece, not only can you still play a great game, but also use either the picture side or the word side of the tiles with an appeal that only Disney can give. Whether you remember the classics like Dumbo or Bambi or are into the more modern Frozen or […]

Dixit and Dixit Odyssey

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Dixit is a great game to play for 3-6 players (Dixit Odyssey allows 3-12 players), but is especially great when playing against newbie board game players. This is because the play is very uncomplicated, the players take turns picking one of their cards to give a clue on, the clue can be a word or […]

Dominion Renaissance

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In 2009, Donald X Vaccarino won the prestigious Spiele de Jahre with Dominion, the first popular game to include a deck-building element. Now almost ten years on, Vaccarino returns with the latest game in the line-up: Renaissance, but does it reinvigorate the series? Renaissance marks the twelfth expansion for Dominion, bringing 25 new kingdom cards, […]

Review of Carcassonne Safari

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I am a big fan of Carcassone and have several versions of it. So was interested to see how different this was from the others. This edition plays in some of the same ways as the original, but the differences are profound. The scoring is completely different… I,ll explain the tiles first. The different land […]