Tag: Daniel Pedersen

Review – 13 Days: The Cuban Missile Crisis

The early 1960s were a different time. The chaos in American society over the war in Vietnam hadn’t really started yet. Protests and radicalism weren’t prominent like they became later in the decade. The Cold War, however, was definitely a thing and it was… Continue Reading “Review – 13 Days: The Cuban Missile Crisis”

New to Me – November 2018

It’s December! And too many days into December for my New to Me Games post for November, so my apologies. I do have a good reason, though. The Cult of the New to Me was having a fundraiser, but unfortunately it didn’t go well.… Continue Reading “New to Me – November 2018”

New to Me – October 2017

Welcome to this month’s New to Me post, as discussed on an episode of the Boardgames in Bed podcast (not this month’s, but the concept of “New to Me” games) It was looking like a lean month for new to me games in October.… Continue Reading “New to Me – October 2017”

Review – Iron Curtain

The Cold War has always been an interesting topic for me. As a child of the 70s and 80s, I grew up during the height of it, when TV-movies like The Day After and World War III (damn, David Soul could act) made us wonder… Continue Reading “Review – Iron Curtain”