After taking a look at seven games from the Boardgamegeek top ten (in two separate posts, which you can find here and here), it’s time to bring the walkthrough to a happy conclusion. So, here are the top three games now, and two years ago.
While using the time and dedication of people volunteering to test a game prototype is not easy, finding articles covering the topic as a matter of mere minutes. However, not as much is said about being a good tester. Here’s how to be more helpful, and how to leave more of a mark on any… Read More The Perfect Tester
The New Year has welcomed the boardgaming community with a great change. Twilight Struggle, the number one game in the BoardGameGeek ranking has been dethroned by an upstart – and one that people had been bombing with preventive ones for some time now.
Are you a game designer or a fresh and motivated game publisher? Or, perhaps, an avid game player who spends a great many hours on BoardGameGeek checking what’s your next target, what are you going to play next week?
More than three years ago I started working on a game called “W – The Board Game“, centered around the US presidential elections of 2000 and 2004. The idea simply came to me one morning, so I wrote down the core mechanics of the game in about two hours and for the next three weeks… Read More The art of knowing when to give up