Games don’t need to be featured in the BoardGameGeek top 100 to be fantastic. It certainly helps, though. That said, a select few have left a real impact on me an avid board game player, and a budding boardgame designer. Be it for the clever mechanics, lasting experiences, or just the straight-up value they impart […]
Well, look at that – just some bloody dandy news! My campfire kindling mint tin creation, Tinderblox, is going to be published under none other than than the glorious Alley Cat Games! 🐱 Hello, Kitty Cat The team at Alley Cat Games looked over the Tinderblox sell sheet I submitted to the publisher designer speed […]
It’s an exciting time of year for all of us board game enthusiasts. The UK Games Expo is opening its doors tomorrow to a rabble of board gamers, wargamers, hobbyists, painters, designers, publishers, and the general public, and I couldn’t be more excited! 😃 🚗 Hitting up the NEC A group of us are packing […]
My first UKGE surpassed all expectations. I’m so grateful for everything that came together for such a great experience, so here are a few of the highlights from our first ever expo. 🔥 Tinderblox Was A Fiery Success First and foremost, the reception for Tinderblox went down an absolute treat! Caezar from Alley Cat Games […]
I had a playtesting session yesterday. It was the best I’ve ever had. Notably, it wasn’t intended to be; we were supposed to play published games at my co-working space to say goodbye to another member moving to Bali. I brought some of my top medium-light games to not scare anyone off; Santorini, Magic Maze, […]
The first-ever UK based Protospiel went off this weekend and my, my – what a stormer it was! 🤔 The… Protospiel? As Chris Kingsnorth describes in an interview with Zatu Games; “Protospiel events are an invaluable source of playtesting feedback. They are also a fantastic opportunity to meet and collaborate with other people who share […]
It’s been a busy month for me and my business partner as we prepare to run our first ever Board Game Bud exhibitor stall.
As you probably know, honey, a powerful source of glucose and fructose, is produced by bees from the nectar obtained from various flowers.