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5 great Table Top Games that will ruin lives, families and friendships

by Matt Gearyon 05/04/2017
Table Top Gaming is currently coming into its own and with events like International Table Top Day, it will only get stronger. A bunch of good friends, getting together, having a few drinks, enjoying each other’s company and generally just having a good time… well, that is, unless they play these games. Table Top Gaming […]

Medioevo Universalis – That big game you always wanted

by Matt Gearyon 26/01/2017
It is no secret that I enjoy a good table top game and collect everything from Traditional War Games, to dungeon crawlers and even card games. The one thing that floats my proverbial boat, more than anything else in the board game world, is big, long and complex strategy games. Myself and my brother can […]

Thirsty Meeples Board Game Cafe – Go there now!

by Bevan Clatworthyon 08/02/2015
Last weekend I celebrated my 31st rotation of the Sun on this little blue-green planet of ours, and to make it special me and a few friends visited one of the first board game cafes in the UK, Thirsty Meeples of Oxford. I wasn’t disappointed as we were greeted by the sight of board and […]

Tabled Eps # 2 – WH40k Space Wolves Vs Eldar

by Matt Gearyon 29/09/2014
The long awaited Eps 2 of Tabled… its been a while! Warhammer 40k, Spacewolves Vs Eldar 3k points Tactical objective cards ENJOY!

Dragondaze Charity Gaming Convention

by Bevan Clatworthyon 04/09/2014
This September sees the start of something a bit special in the board and card gaming community. Dragondaze is a new, one day Games Convention based in the Southern Wales town of Newport. The brain child of Simon Powell, Ann Macey and Steve Round, Dragondaze will be in aid of their chosen charity, Barnardo’s, and […]

X-Wing Miniatures Game

by Andrew Corbanon 08/08/2014
Star Wars: X-Wing Miniatures Game is a tactical ship-to-ship combat game in which players take control of powerful Rebel X-wings and nimble Imperial TIE fighters, facing them against each other in fast-paced, dog fight style space combat. The first thing that you will notice when opening the core box is that there are only three miniatures, […]

The Lord Inquisitor – “Grey Knights” Teaser

by Matt Gearyon 30/06/2014
If I am to be honest I had long given up on there being any half decent looking Warhammer 40k movie after the abortion that was Ultramarines. A shame as the wealth of backstory and imagination behind the entire franchise is absolutely huge and begging / deserving a good… nay, great conversion to the big screen; or […]

Lords of Waterdeep – 9GPPs

by Bevan Clatworthyon 03/07/2013
Designers – Peter Lee & Rodney Thompson Number of Players – 2 to 5 Publisher – Wizards of the Coast Straight to the point – Simple game play coupled with numerous actions and strategies, LoW delivers euro game style board-gaming in the D&D universe in a focussed and elegant package. Winner of the 2013 Origins […]

Video: Most Complicated Board Game Ever…

by Becca Harperon 16/05/2013
There is nothing worst then getting a new table top game and then discovering the 6000 page rule booklet, a whole host of cards and easy to lose plastic bits. Games like this can be very awesome but they also require dedicated time in which to first learn to play then a couple of times to get […]

Mantic announce new Kickstarter: Deadzone

by Andrew Corbanon 26/04/2013
For a week, a mysterious clock was ticking down at http://www.deadzonethegame.com/ subtly suggesting the announcement of something important. Combined with this were mysterious tweets from the account known as “Exp/Ret Six-Alpha” apparently telling the story of some sort of last stand or invasion. At 1:30pm GMT on the 26th April 2013 the clock hit zero and Mantic […]