Posts Tagged ‘board games’
The UK Games Expo is back! Geek Pride heads down to Birmingham NEC to check out the latest in gaming. Needless to say, we had a great time...
First up, if you have read the title of this, are a D&D player and have no idea what a False Hydra is… then great! Stop now, don’t google it and go and ask your DM to run one. If he/ she doesn’t know, then have them look it up; it’s a lot of fun, […]
Geek Pride's Peter Ray Allison leaves his credit card at home and explores the myriad temptations at this year's UK Games Expo.
This episode Bevan has a look at CMON’s ‘Rising Sun’ game that he got from Kickstarter. Have any games you want us to look at, walk through, unbox or play then please let us know in the comments below or by emailing us at Content@geek-pride.co.uk
Rolanda Issa’s Eternal Kings does something which strikes me as such a ‘why has nobody done this already?’ thing it kind boggles my mind. Eternal Kings to explain it in a simple way takes Chess, which almost everybody has played at some point, and combines it with a card game like for example Magic The […]
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 […]
I am a big fan of Seinfeld as well as board/tabletop games, so I was excited when I found out a game had been made based on one of the show’s most iconic episode “The Strike”, aka the Festivus episode. A Festivus for the Rest of Us is said board game, which my family and I acquired this […]
Way back in 2008, Fantasy Flight Games first began publishing great games set in the amazing Games Workshop universes. Now, eight years later, Fantasy Flight Games have announced the conclusion of their business relationship with Games Workshop. Earlier today, they released the following statement; From the earliest days of the partnership, Games Workshop played a key role […]
Concept is a game that initially had me nonplussed. I’d seen some buzz about it on social media: people had said it will make or break friendships, but not in the way that The Resistance or Cash N’ Guns would. This was a game about trust and communication, the reason your friendship would be tested […]
I used to be a frequent visitor to the fair city of Nottingham, as my other half was living there for a good while. Now she’s moved up to sunny Sheffield with me, visiting our friends in Nottingham has sadly become a rare trip. On my last visit however, I was fortunate to be taken […]