Czech Games Edition The Czech Games Edition newsletter had some new releases for this year, and I think there’s something[…]Read more
Geisha are a fascinating and confusing part of Japanese culture. Women that you pay to be with for their conversational skills, or their talents in the arts, or even for their ability to play games. They are personal entertainers, but with a long history and, to us, strange customes.
Mai-Star, a game about geisha, will probably not do a thing to make you understand them better. But it will entertain you for half an hour, and then maybe for some more.
eggertspiele eggertspiele are currently looking for funding for Dolmen, a new edition of Thomas Odenhoven’s 2005 strategy game Die Dolmengötter.[…]Read more
Z-Man Games It will be hard to top this announcement by Z-Man Games for this week. They got Matt Leacock,[…]Read more
Today is the day many boardgamers all over the world are waiting for every year. No, it’s not the Essen[…]Read more
Aaaand we’re back from our brief Easter vacation, much more relaxed and slightly more tanned. Yes, tanned. We went outside.[…]Read more
You can trust mages to cheat. Always. Every single time. After all, what would you do with the POWER OF THE COSMOS™ at your fingertips. But using it to win Monster Rumble bets? That is pretty low. Is there nohing so low those mages won’t consider it? As it turns out: nope.Read more
Alderac Entertainment Small, Japanese card games must be going well, Alderac announced another game in their Big in Japan series.[…]Read more
Very few board and card games come out of Japan. It’s not because they don’t exist there, they just don’t make it to Europe or the US. Alderac Entertainment is working on changing that with their Big in Japan series, games by Japanese designers, first published in Japan and for the first time translated to English. That’s why we get to play Love Letter.Read more
Edge Entertainment I really, really wouldn’t like to live in Tokyo. Every other week, something arises from the ocean or[…]Read more