Tag Archive: board games

When a Failed Kickstarter Becomes a Scam


Earlier in the week I vented some frustration about a Kickstarter campaign I’d backed which had gone south. Communication between creator and backer had broken down, the state of the project was dubious… Continue reading

The Emotional Rollercoaster of Backing a Failed Kickstarter


Kickstarter has some had an amazing impact of the creative community. Now independent artists can go straight to the audience and ask for financial support rather than going through the traditional channels. Consumers… Continue reading

Tabletop Tuesday: ‘Colt Express’


It’s been a couple of weeks without any board game reviews, but that’s because we just brought in a haul of new titles and have been slowly working through them all! To mark… Continue reading

10 Tabletop Games We’re Getting in 2016


Ah, 2016. So much to look forward to. For one thing, we’re looking forward to chilling out and playing some of the weird and wonderful games heading our way over the next few… Continue reading

Tabletop Tuesday: ‘Kremlin’


In Soviet Russia, politics…well, they’re very entertaining! Also confusing for newcomers, not helped by the awkwardly organised instruction book in the most recent version of the game. If your going into this one… Continue reading

Tabletop Tuesday: ‘Firefly’ Expansion Packs


So it’s been a while since we’ve done our alternating Tabletop/Cheap Games weekly review and that’s because…I keep forgetting to keep up with it. But we’re back! This is a follow up to… Continue reading