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Review: Bahoochie!

by xdustineflxon 13/06/2017
Bahoochie! is an upcoming card from George Mackay, creator of the cartoon monsters known as “Eejits”. It’s a simple game that combines Slap-Jack with elements of the Top Trumps family of games, is played with 2-4 players, and a game can be finished in 20 minutes or less. A deck consists of two types of cards, the Creature […]

Nerd Block Classic: February 2017

by xdustineflxon 28/02/2017
Another month is nearly at an end, which means it’s time for another Nerd Block review. This month’s theme is “Time Travel”, one of my favourite sci-fi concepts, so here’s hoping for some good items. Let’s take a look. There are six total items in this month’s box. Up first is what is usually the […]

Magic: the Gathering – It’s Innistrad, Jim, but not as we know it

by MrCraiggyon 19/07/2016
Magic: the Gathering, flagship title in the world of collective card games, stalwart veteran of the tabletop gaming culture and now in its 23rd year and boasting well over 20 million players worldwide. Magic is definitely the defining archetypal geeky card game. Currently, it’s a very exciting time to be a Magic player, as the […]

Firefly Fluxx Review

by xdustineflxon 11/04/2016
I love the game Fluxx. I love the TV show Firefly even more. Put the two together, and it’s a match made in heaven. If you’ve ever played any version of Fluxx in the past, you know how the game works, and it’s no different here. However, if you haven’t played, the rules are really simple. The game starts with […]

Fantasy: The Family Card Game

by xdustineflxon 16/03/2016
Sometimes, when you’re shopping for games, you’ll pick up something on an impulse or simply because the price is right. While looking for another specific game, that’s exactly how I stumbled upon Fantasy: The Family Card Game. It was a good price at the time, so I picked up a deck. This is one of the […]

Poor Choices: Becoming a Games Designer

by GuruMelon 17/02/2016
Last year I had the pleasure of play testing an up-and-coming new card game, Poor Choices. The Kickstarter launched two weeks ago and has already reached most of it’s goals, and looks like it will be achieving all it’s targets to produce a slick, fully illustrated, well designed game, ready to ship for Christmas this […]

Lanterns: The Harvest Festival (Review)

by xdustineflxon 15/02/2016
Lanterns: The Harvest Festival is a fairly new game that has been getting high praise from around the internet, with actor and mega-gamer Wil Wheaton most notably singing it’s praises. Based on that, I decided to get a copy of the Mensa award-winning game for my daughter for Christmas. The concept of Lanterns is simple: […]

Geek Pride’s Tabletop games of 2015

by Bevan Clatworthyon 31/12/2015
Hello all you fellow Tabletop gamers out there! Geek Pride has had a cracking year of finding new board games, card games and paper RPGs to keep us playing well into the wee hours. But which games have stood out for us in 2015? Well how about I invite the guys over to talk you […]

Calling all Board Game Designers! Chaos Unpub is Coming

by Bevan Clatworthyon 24/08/2015
Are you a board or card game designer? Do you have a prototype you’d like to get some feedback on? Do you fancy getting a gander at the next big thing in the table-top industry? Well, if you’re in the area (or willing to travel!) then this may be the event for you. Miles Ratcliffe […]

Kickstarter Review – Monstrous

by Bevan Clatworthyon 13/06/2015
The Greeks are losing faith, and the gods of Mt. Olympus are mad. To show their displeasure they’ve decided to visit the ancient world with a menagerie of mythical meanies in the form of manticores, hydras and even cyclopseseses(?), all in the hope of re-instilling faith in the unwashed masses. That’s the pitch, but how […]