Tag: Suburbia

Suburbia 2nd Edition coming from Bezier Games in March

A nice surprise in my email a couple of days ago came from Bezier Games. After over a year of having just the Kickstarter “Collector’s Edition”, Bezier Games has now announced that a 2nd Edition of its classic game, Suburbia will be coming to… Continue Reading “Suburbia 2nd Edition coming from Bezier Games in March”

Boardgame Geek Top 200 – Play or Played – #140 – 131

Welcome to this week’s edition of BGG’s Top 200 games! The series where I look at those games in the BGG rankings from #200-101, ten games at a time. Two weeks in a row? That’s gotta be a record. Things are actually looking pretty… Continue Reading “Boardgame Geek Top 200 – Play or Played – #140 – 131”

Top 25 Games Played of All Time (25-21)

It’s been almost three years in the making, but I almost hit 300 games played since I started recording plays and I thought it would be a great idea to give you what my top 25 games played are. Thanks to Pub Meeple for… Continue Reading “Top 25 Games Played of All Time (25-21)”

Suburbia – Collector’s Edition Now Live on Kickstarter

Last week, I announced (along with probably every boardgame news and blog outlet out there, but I like to think I broke the story) (Editor – Indulge him. It can only help) that the Suburbia – Collector’s Edition was coming to Kickstarter. Today’s the day! The Collector’s Edition,… Continue Reading “Suburbia – Collector’s Edition Now Live on Kickstarter”

Suburbia Collectors Edition Coming to Kickstarter on January 14

Suburbia was one of my first board game purchases when I came back to the hobby many years ago. It’s still one of my favourite games. Designed by Ted Alspach, this is a tile-laying game where each player is trying to build the most… Continue Reading “Suburbia Collectors Edition Coming to Kickstarter on January 14”

Q & A – Ted Alspach

Ted Alspach is one of my favourite game designers out there. His first design that I fell in love with was Suburbia, with it’s interesting tile-laying mechanic where you have to attention to what others are building in their suburb as well. Little did I… Continue Reading “Q & A – Ted Alspach”