Tag: London

  • Gaming Year 2013

    2013 was a very good year of board games, just like 2012 was before it. My kids and I have continued to play lots of games. My son is now seven and half, and can play quite complicated games. My daughter, soon five, is also a bright little gamer, and much less prone to throwing […]

  • London, EuroRails

    Q1 of 2013 is gone now, and so far the gaming year looks good. I’m not sure about quality, but at least quantity is good: 230 plays of 75 different games. Lots of this with the kids, and that’s been great. London has been floating around in my game group, since one of the regulars […]

  • Shopping news

    With more information, I’ve been able to drop both Age of Industry and Workshop of the World off my shopping list. Always nice when that happens before I buy the game… Age of Industry is locally available and the local folks played it, clocking in at three and half hours. No thanks. Even pushed to […]

  • Shopping list

    I’m not interested in buying lots of games, but as time goes by, my list of games I’d like to get slowly grows. It’s now big enough for a blog post… Samarkand: Routes to Riches is the new Queen-produced family version of Winsome’s Age of Scheme. I’ve missed Age of Scheme, but it sounds like […]