Blogs

This is where you'll find my incredibly erudite insights into life, board games and stuff. And nothing says erudite more than triple emphasis and the word 'stuff'.

January 28, 2018

This week's blog responds to questions from teachers and behavioural support workers who provide a safe space in secondary schools at breaks and lunchtimes for vulnerable youngsters. The answer to whether you should have games and which games you should buy is a releva...

January 21, 2018

In fact it all depends on who you ask: May blames Corbyn; Corbyn blames the Tories; Trump blames Obama, or members of staff he sacked, or a book, or just a straw he's clutching with his tiny baby hands. He also denies climate change, being racist and being secretly fat...

January 14, 2018

Push your luck games are the marmite of tabletop. Often involving little or no strategy, instead they rely on risk calculation and a large helping of luck. You can calculate that the odds of being shot in the head are low and then... boom... no head! I know. I've been...

January 7, 2018

2-4 players

60 minutes

Object of the game

Gain the most prestige (scored using tokens) by creating successful matches, playing host and impressing the most influential people.

Matchmaker

The ladies and gentlemen who keenly await your matchmaking expertise have four traits:...

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