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Category Archives: Boardgames

Boardgames, things that act like boardgames, and things related to boardgames.

Review – Dreaming Spires

Nick finally gets a chance to play Dreaming Spires with a full crew and lets us in on how it went.

Is it Fun: BioShock Infinite: The Siege of Columbia

Welcome to Columbia, city in the sky. Once a grand design, a floating paradise among the clouds, Columbia is now a city under siege. Two factions vie for control, one representing the common people who live there and one representing the ruling elite. They fight over territory, a constantly flowing battle for control of the once great city.

GameZone’s Request to Kickstarter

The HeroQuest 25th Anniversary funding drive saga has produced a good deal of drama across the internet.  If you are interested in some of the details and analysis of Spanish miniatures company GameZone’s attempt to get funding to produce the game, please read one of these three articles.  In short, GameZone has tried to produce […]

Self-Sabotage: The GameZone Effect

Has GameZone made it impossible for anyone to produce a new HeroQuest?

GameZone’s HeroQuest Kickstarter Debacle Continues

Would be HeroQuest publisher GameZone continues to find trouble.

The HeroQuest Kickstarter Debacle

Recently, Spanish game company Gamezone launched a Kickstarter campaign to get the classic game HeroQuest reproduced and shipped to fans who backed the project around the world.  Now if you search for the Kickstarter, you will quickly come to the realization that it does not exist anymore.  Immediately individuals and fans of HeroQuest began to […]

Kickstarter Review: Dreaming Spires

The game Dreaming Spires takes its name from the nickname for Oxford which was derived from a poem by Matthew Arnold.  For most around the world, the name Oxford evokes ideas of intelligence, sophistication, and inquiry.  Dreaming Spires attempts to bring the players into the wonderful world and history of Oxford by giving them the […]