Tag: Tile-Laying Games

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”

New to Me – October 2018

Holy moley, true believers! October is usually a quiet month, but a gaming marathon at the beginning dumped five “new to me” games all in one day and it was only upwards from there! That was the exciting part of the month. I was… Continue Reading “New to Me – October 2018”

New to Me – September 2018

After an August that was gangbusters, September slowed down on the “New to Me” front, but I still did enough that I was able to keep my role as cult leader. There was no attempted insurrection this month, though that could have been because… Continue Reading “New to Me – September 2018”

Review – Takenoko

Sometimes you’re in the mood for a light, relaxing game rather than a no-holds barred slugfest of a game where your brain feels like it’s going to melt from all the decisions you have to make. Sometimes you happen to find that game and… Continue Reading “Review – Takenoko”

Review – Azul

(Edit: This is one of my Top 10 Games Played of all Time, as of February 2019 anyway. Check out the other games as well!) Don’t we all need a little colour in our lives? Something to make things brighter, lift our spirits? Did… Continue Reading “Review – Azul”