Winter has always been the time of year when the Political Mastermind and I learn new games. This is nostalgic for me; I have written in this column about the games I played in my childhood, and these games are played indoors. There are exceptions - my family played croquet by flashlight outside in the... Continue Reading →
For this column, I will be reviewing Lord of the Rings: The Confrontation, which was recently re-released by Fantasy Flight after being out of print for... well, too long. I'm going to say it has been out of print for at least a year. Because that's how long I've been looking for it. Why was... Continue Reading →
Ask a gamer to name their favorite game. They might hesitate. They might ask what genre. They might ask whether you want them to pick an old or new game. They might say: Well, Ham Hock Hurdle is my favorite game with two players. Block Build Settle is my favorite game with three players. Your... Continue Reading →
For this edition of Losing at Board Games I want to talk about sites that I frequent, writers that I read, game reviews that I watch. Any game columnist, myself included, typically reads quite a bit about the hobby. When it comes time to make game purchases, there are some reviewers whose endorsements prompt me... Continue Reading →
[youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyYh-1tCLuo 300 250] Because everything is funny with Benny Hill.