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A Fool’s Errand: The Midyear Review (Part Two)

Previously I published a list of some of the games I’ve played in April and May. Now we’re closing out my mid year games. The Last of May Carcassonne Carcassonne was possibly the third ‘golden age of board games’ game … Continue reading

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A Fool’s Errand: The Midyear Review (Part One)

It’s now halfway through the year and I’ve been keeping pace roughly between board games played in my collection and the year’s progress. With lockdown it’s been tricky, especially for three player games when there are few times everyone in … Continue reading

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A Fool’s Errand: First Quarter Report

I’m not a fan of New Year’s resolutions, but I do love a good challenge. Just as 2020 was ending, my partner, Emma, asked whether it would be possible to play every game in my collection in a year. I … Continue reading

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Hostage Negotiator – Abductor Pack One: Connor E Ogden

Hostage Negotiator: Abductor Pack Case One: Connor Ogden “This CEO’s a nasty piece of work, even among CEOs. His decision to invest heavily in goat-powered cars has led to a meeting we’re guessing wasn’t for a raise. He’s gone for … Continue reading

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Tale of the Unpainter

Tale of the Unpainter The blog I’ve joined, Hooting into the Abyss, is a bit heavy on the miniatures painters. The profiles and paint-based journeys of the gang are called, “Tale of VIII Painters”. Fair enough, but I don’t paint … Continue reading

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