14th May2020

Days of Wonder announce ‘Small World of Warcraft’ board game!

by Phil Wheat

Days of Wonder have today announced their first collaboration with Blizzard Entertainment by introducing Small World of Warcraft, a new board game combining the Small World game mechanics with Blizzard’s celebrated Warcraft universe – set on the fantasy world of Azeroth, where the races of the Alliance and the Horde—including Orcs, Dwarves, Trolls, and Worgen—clash […]

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08th Jan2020

‘Memoir 44’ & ‘New Flight Plan Expansion’ Board Game Review

by Matthew Smail

If you’ve seen a hobbyist board game collection in the last four or five years, chance’s are that you’ll have seen at least one copy of Memoir ’44. This Days of Wonder game is a beautifully produced collection of plastic and cardboard that uses the well-trodden Command & Colours system created by the late Richard […]

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20th Dec2019

‘Deep Blue’ Board Game Review

by Matthew Smail

Days of Wonder is a well known brand when it comes to creating extremely attractive and highly accessible board games that offer a gateway level experience whilst still introducing players to some of the more complex mechanics that appear in other games. Memoir ’44, Small World and Quadropolis are just a few games released by […]

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12th Jul2019

‘Ticket to Ride London’ Board Game Review

by Matthew Smail

Even though it has retained its place on my shelves throughout house moves, various clear outs and many more occasions that could have spelled its demise, I almost never play Ticket to Ride anymore. Something about this classic gateway game from Days of Wonder has begun to grate on me – it takes a long […]

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05th Jun2019

‘Corinth’ Board Game Review

by Matthew Smail

Corinth is a recently released roll and write game from Days of Wonder. For those who remember it, Corinth is based on Yspahan, an older board game that uses most of the same mechanisms, albeit in the form of a board game rather than a roll and write. If you’ve never heard of the roll and […]

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