Saving humanity isn’t a game… or is it? Pandemic reviewed

by Paul Joyce

As a person who enjoys playing board games with friends, I though’t I’d review one of my favourite games: Pandemic Plot: You are a group of scientists from the Atlanta’s Centre for Disease Control (CDC), who must travel the globe to research, diagnose and produce cures for 4 deadly diseases that are gripping the worlds population. […]

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Carcassonne – a tale of Knights, Robbers and Farmers!

by Paul Joyce

This article is about the 2-5 player board game Carcassonne and not a 19th century French city. If you have come expecting the latter I do apologise. Plot: Named after the medieval fortified town of Carcassonne in southern France, players must strategically place randomly drawn tiles so that they can increase their cities, roads or farms; […]

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Board game review: Power Grid

by Paul Joyce

Power Grid is up there with the best, it's a great board game. If you're a fan of other strategic resource management games, this should be on your list.

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Board game review: Memoir 44

by Paul Joyce

A war game that is simple to pick up yet quite complex in the strategy. Only able to play a single game – but want to play again soon. Surely a good sign 🙂

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3G: Gateway Generation Games

by Paul Joyce

As I’m someone who is stuck in front of a computer screen for 10+ hours a day, I do enjoy sociable games that are within the physical realm, back in the days these were called board games and didnt involve controllers or DVD players to take part in. Anyway a good friend recently asked 4 […]

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