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 gotten a bit slack with the Friday posts. This post is to say – that’s probably going to continue. The main reason for this is just work pressure, and stress. While I love writing for this blog, it does produce additional stress given my self-imposed deadlines. Going forward the Friday post may not always be on Friday, or written at all.
However, I will still continue to write reviews! It’s what I love most about this site, and a great reason to continue to add to my already bloated board game collection.
Thanks again for reading my blog, I’ll see you on Tuesday.
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.
Time Marches on. February for me, was quite successful. I got a major promotion at work, and my son learnt to roll over. Thankfully, one of us is pulling their weight. In terms of the website, we now have a new navigation menu which I hope you’ve already used, and enjoyed.
That’s it! Let’s talk games.
February is in full swing, and being a week away from payday it’s time to look to the future and see what hotly anticipated board games are going to be sending us broke . This month sees a couple of Kickstarters and a reader suggested game. Let’s get to it!
My first news – how exciting! In this post you’ll find the latest news concerning Roll to Review, the new board games I’ve bought over the last month, as well as new games I’m excited for coming out soon. Let us know what you think of this type of post and if it should become a monthly feature.