In my previous post I have written about games that got expanded a bit… unnecessarily. You might even have gotten the idea that I’m against expansions in general. And that is an absolutely untrue statement. I believe there are games who wouldn’t last long if not for the expansions! Let’s see, how it actually works.
Hi. My name is Kuba and I’m an addict. I need my collection to be complete. If there is a game I own and there are any expansions for it, I simply need to buy them. Even the micro ones. But to be completely honest – there are only few that actually land on the… Read More Expansions – so much more fun. Oh, really? – part I
Barely two days ago I talked about our new Kickstarter project. As Paladin Card Protection is getting closer and closer to being fully funded, I’d like to show you a few of the videos our backers asked us to film. Be advised, their content may be too much for the faint of heart.
If you’ve been following the NSKN Games Blog, then you know I have been talking about protecting your games from the regular wear and tear. Talking, however, is not really enough. Together with the rest of the NSKN Team we also wanted to actually do something, and so, Paladin Card Protection was born. Step right up,… Read More The Paladin will protect your cards!
It’s been a while since a new title with my name on it hit the shelves of board game stores. Expansions aside, my last published board game was Versailles in 2014. I have stated many times that publishing turns out to be challenging enough so that I can no longer dedicate time to board game… Read More Back to the drawing board
Last time I talked a bit about different ways to store your games, as well as about some basics of sleeving. Today it’s time to give you my personal sleeving flowchart, and a bit of a story about a carpet. Yes, a carpet.
If you’ve been following the NSKN Games Blog for some time, you might have noticed that we have had a tradition of going to a county retreat every year after Essen to play some new games. Last week we found a completely new use for the same great location.
If you’re a gamer, chances are that you have a collection of games, including at least some titles you like playing on a regular basis. Since games are things made primarily of cardboard and paper, they suffer wear and tear. Here’s a short list of ideas how to make your games last longer – and… Read More Protecting your Treasures, Part 1
The Event Horizon Kickstarter campaign is within its last 48 hours, and we would like to use the time we still have left to let Rainer Åhlfors, the lead designer of the expansion talk a bit more about the process of designing, developing and publishing Event Horizon, while tying a few loose ends.