Monthly Archives: February 2016

So last week I wrote more than anyone could reasonably be expected to read on the subject of why Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective is awesome (but also has a couple of minor problems). Today I hope to write slightly less … Continue reading

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Hello and welcome to the second or, if you count the introduction, third in my irregular blog series about the joys of board gaming. My last post was, in a roundabout way, a description of why Forbidden Desert is a … Continue reading

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This is second in my series of blogs about boardgames. Introductory post is here. I know this blog has seen more action in the last two days then in the last two months but, well, the thing about series is … Continue reading

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As promised and/or threatened, depending on your perspective, I hereby present the first in my rambling series of thoughts about board gaming. So, board games are a peculiar pastime or, to put it another way, a peculiar industry because there … Continue reading

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Well, hello 2016. And, gosh, didn’t you come around quickly? I was going to do some kind of wrap-up of 2015, like I did last year, but it sort of encapsulates something about the year just gone that I, well, … Continue reading

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