Monthly Archives: March 2016

So, last week I wrote about Antoine Bauza’s flawed but beautiful board game, Takenoko, a game which (I’m not sure if I mentioned this) contains an adorable panda. Something I definitely mentioned is Monsieur Bauza’s slightly peculiar tendency to set … Continue reading

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So today’s post is going to be about a panda because pandas are cute. The game to which this panda-related post is appended is called Takenoko and it’s by a guy named Antoine Bauza. Now, for what it’s worth, Antoine … Continue reading

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So you might have noticed I’ve been mostly blogging about board games, and I did have a New Year’s Resolution to stay away from politicsy stuff because, honestly, I tend to find that it’s more trouble than it’s worth. Buuuut … Continue reading

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This week’s, slightly belated, blog post about board games (yes, I’m still doing this, sorry) is going to be a bit different from the other instalments in that’s a review of, or I suppose set of rambling and incoherent thoughts … Continue reading

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Are you sitting comfortably? Then I’ll begin. Today I’m going to be talking about two games that use essentially the same mechanic and I mostly want to use them as examples of quite how diverse board gaming can be. The … Continue reading

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