Games

Sentinel Tactics Review: Yes, You Can Solo it

Sentinel Tactics is a game published by Greater Than Games and released in 2014.  The game was originally funded on Kickstarter and I was...

The Amazing Accessibility of Board Games

There are many ways to describe it: accessibility, barrier to entry, initial investment, startup cost, and so on. Lets say you were frozen for 50...

Board Games I Want for Christmas Part 1

The holidays are fast approaching and this year I have decided I will by less board games as I went a bit crazy last...

Extended Thoughts of Glass Road & Reviews Coming Soon

Over the past few days I have been binging on the solo version of Glass Road.  I do not know why I had the...

Gencon 2015 Games I Am Interested In(part 1)

I am going to Gencon this year for the second time, woohoo!  While I might only be there for Thurs/Friday not the whole weekend,...

Games on the Horizon #1 3-16-15

In this series, I preview some upcoming games that are relevant to the solo player audience and give my thoughts on them. Mistfall Mistfall is a...

Sentinels of the Multiverse Hero Spotlight: Mr. Fixer

Mr. Fixer is my favorite Sentinels of the Multiverse hero for many reasons(he is also coming soon to Sentinel Tactics).  I fell in love...

5 Reasons Why Mage Knight: The Board Game is a Masterpiece

Mage Knight is an amazing game, here are my top 5 reasons why. 1. Exploration The exploration in Mage Knight is interesting and satisfying because of...

Variance Report #1: Istanbul

Variance report is a series of articles where I take a community made solitaire variant and put through its paces and report back and...

My Journey Into Board Gaming

One of the oldest and clearest memories I have of anything to do with games or playing games comes from a Christmas during my...

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