Tag: Nodwick: The Card Game

  • Nodwick: The Card Game

    A review of Nodwick: The Card Game is available. It’s in Finnish. I’ve written a preview of the game earlier, if you want to know more about the game but can’t understand Finnish. I like the game, but I do acknowledge it’s very dependant on the players. With some crowds, it just drags on pointlessly. […]

  • Lahti games weekend, Friday

    Another Lahti gaming weekend is over now. Organised by Peter Munter of Puolenkuun Pelit, the event is rather merry occasion. The participants were all-male invite-only group of friends and friends of friends. The average age of the players is probably a tad higher than what I’m used to and there’s a certain bloke mentality involved. […]

  • Board Game Club: Finstere Flure, Pirate’s Cove, Wo ist Jack the Ripper

    The University club met for the first time this year on Sunday. The attendance was pretty good (I think there were 16 of us, we had three tables most of the time) and the session was very pleasant in general. The first game I played was Finstere Flure, which made it’s debut now. We had […]

  • Nodwick preview

    I got the Jolly Roger games yesterday and the first one I tried was Nodwick: The Card Game. The title is necessary, because Nodwick is originally a web comic by Aaron Williams. That means, of course, that the game has rather decent graphics. The game, designed by Frank Branham (the author of the brilliant Dia […]

  • New games!

    A mysterious FedEx packet (who on earth would send me a courier packet?) turned out to be a bunch of games from Jolly Roger. I had paid the shipping, but I didn’t expect mere $21 to pay for a delivery to my door. In a week! I expected to get the games in few weeks, […]