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Board Game Review: Pandemic
With everything we have been through in the past year and a half, this might seem like a strange choice for my first board game review,
My Self-isolation Game List
For anyone self-isolating here is a list of some of my favorite games to play solo, 2 player or with family. It is also applicable for holidays, long journeys or at Christmas (when you’re stuck with your family for 2 weeks anyway). Solo Games: I don’t really play solo games but my husband does, andContinue reading “My Self-isolation Game List”
Review: Greenville 1989
Greenville 1989 is a narrative co-operative game in which players take on the role of a typical 1980s teenager who just wants to go bowling.
Bears Vs Babies: A game review
On July 4th, while many Americans celebrated with Fireworks and cookouts, my friends and I sat down to play Bears Vs Babies. As fans of the creators, we had been waiting to play it since the game had been announced. We were not disappointed. Bears Vs Babies is honestly just a very entertaining game. ItContinue reading “Bears Vs Babies: A game review”
The Wrath of Ashardalon Review
The game plays very much like a D&D campaign, but your actions are limited and the game itself is the Dungeon Master.