Tag Archives: the arkham files

 So some time in February I reviewed Fantasy Flight Games’ LCG (Living Card Game) Arkham Horror: the Card Game. I said at the time that my second biggest complaint with the game was that you only really got half a … Continue reading

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Sometimes, I worry that my tastes are narrowing in my old age. The last few games I’ve reviewed on this blog have been a cooperative Lovecraft themed board game, a cooperative game in which you use customised decks of cards … Continue reading

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So, towards the start of this series, I wrote a blog post about Arkham Horror in which I observed it probably wasn’t worth getting the follow up game, Eldritch Horror, because they were sufficiently similar that you couldn’t really justify … Continue reading

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I was going to say that this post would be a slightly late, vaguely Halloween themed review of two sort of horror-ish board games, the games in question being Eldritch Horror and London Dread.  But a moment of reflection on … Continue reading

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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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