This article strongly references my website, though I think it contains a few nuggets of gold for those interested in reviewing board games, or anything else. When I started Roll to Review it was on the ambitious premise of fixing the three big issues that I saw within board game media: Reviewers spending too much […]
Hey guys, Small update today, as I’m writing from my phone. I’m on holiday! And currently in Western Australia, meaning I have limited access to my board games. The games that I managed to sneak into my luggage but have yet to play: Arkham Horror LCG The Ravens of Thri Saharashi Morels (a.k.a Fungi) However […]
No, not yet, but it sure feels like it! Since Monday last week I’ve been struck down by a Cthulu sized monster of a flu. Which means I haven’t been able to work, write, or more importantly play board games during that time. It’ll be another week before I can put together the review I […]
Hey guys, First off, I want to say thanks for checking out, and participating in my blog. It’s been up and running for 6 months now, providing near weekly reviews of some of the best and well, not so best board games on the market. If you’ve been following recently, you’ve probably noticed that I’ve […]
It’s that time of month where I share with you my hopes, dreams and ambitions. What’s currently in my shopping list, and a bit more future forward – what Kickstarters I’m personally waiting for. Let’s get into it.
For those who’ve been following, in the last couple months I received a large promotion from worker to manager. This has come with a lot more responsibility, and has changed how I work, and how I think about work. I put a lot of time and emotional investment into my team, and their career path. […]
As someone who has been in the hobby for awhile, some might call me a board game savant, my wife would say I just like to spend money. Either way I’ve picked a few tips and tricks I thought I’d pass on. Enjoy!
Board gaming is a great hobby, and one that I enjoy immensely. However, being so involved and committed has it’s downsides. It means being bothered by things that a regular human being – not you Mark Zuckerburg – wouldn’t. Here’s my top 5.
Yes, the puns for this monthly post are running thin. However, the point remains – here’s four new board games to put on the credit card without telling your partner.
March saw most of my board game budget (and then some) go into Kickstarter. Backed titles include: Batman: Gotham City Chronicles, Werewords Deluxe, Space Park, Deadwood 1876, AuZtralia, and currently Fireball Island, and Dinosaur Island games. It seems crazy, but in my defence a couple of these I just dropped a dollar on them, and the […]