04th Oct2019

‘Power Rangers: Heroes of the Grid’ Board Game Review

by Matthew Smail

If, like me, you’re somewhere between the ages of about 33 and 40, you’ll very likely have spent most of your childhood avoiding the Power Rangers. What seemed like a stupid, cheesy mess to me was apparently hugely exciting to slightly younger kids, but I just never got it. As it turns out, Power Rangers […]

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29th May2019

‘Wendake & New Allies Expansion’ Board Game Review

by Matthew Smail

In Wendake, players each choose one of the many tribes that made up the Huron Nation and attempt to steer them through seven years of hunting, gathering and ceremony, all the while observing the movements of the recently arrived French and English. In the recent expansion to Wendake, known as New Allies, the latter part […]

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11th Feb2019

‘Passing Through Petra’ Board Game Review

by Matthew Smail

Bearing in mind that some of my defining memories of childhood come from playing board games that predate even 8 Bit videogames, much of my fascination with ancient and fantastic worlds came from board games. The first time I saw Petra was probably in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, but it wasn’t long after […]

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