Tag: Lautapelit.fi

  • Mykerinos

    Played a game yesterday; here’s the review of Mykerinos in Finnish. Session report coming up! Mykerinos is the latest game from Ystari and the most recent Finnish release from Lautapelit.fi. It’s nice to see Finnish companies teaming up with foreign publishers to get games released in Finland the same time they’re published abroad. Designed by […]

  • First comments on Mykerinos

    I got a review copy of Mykerinos today. Designed by Nicholas Oury, it’s the latest release from Ystari. My copy is the Scandinavian edition from Lautapelit.fi, which is a nice touch. Mykerinos is about archeological digs in Egypt, but basically it’s a fairly simple area majority game. Players play influence tokens on lots in Egypt, […]

  • Fish Eat Fresh Fish

    In our boardgame club session back in June, I confused Robert’s copy of Fish Eat Fish with Fresh Fish. I noticed my mistake too late and we ended up playing Fish Eat Fish, which turned out to be decent but not interesting. Now if I tell you that I asked for Fresh Fish from Lautapelit.fi […]

  • Fresh Fish

    I was wondering what to grab this month from Lautapelit.fi. I had little idea, until I reached F in the list of games and noticed they had Fresh Fish. When it came out (from Plenary), I wanted to get it, but at the time Safe Haven didn’t have it and ordering from USA was (and […]

  • Adam Spielt accepts money transfers

    This is good news for gamers without credit cards: Adam Spielt accepts euro money transfers in addition to credit cards. Money transfer is fast, easy and cheap method of moving money from one place to another. However, for Finnish gamers looking mostly for single games, Lautapelit.fi and Peliarkku are probably better choices than ordering from […]

  • New Finnish game store online

    Lautapelit.fi (lautapelit is Finnish for board games), a new Finnish online game store opened it’s web site yesterday. It’s still bit unfinished, but it should work already. It’s run by the folks behind Safe Haven. I think it’s pretty neat. Prices should be a bit lower than in Safe Haven (that’s not the case right […]