Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell a Board Game of English Magic is somewhat of an enigma, a puzzle, not simply in terms of what you, as players, do in the game itself to thwart the Gentleman with the Thistle Down Hair, but rather, given its ...pedigree...how it ballsed it all up so magnificently.Read more »
UK Games Expo
Conventions can prove harrowing experiences for those not used to large, noisy, crowded spaces. Having done a few of them, Robey has some tips and advice to get through them and ensure that you have the best possible experience. [...] The post The Tabletop Convention Survival Guide (or, Geeking Out for the Anxious) appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
There was something about this year's expo that made it very special for me. Perhaps it was the excellent company I kept. Perhaps it was the now legendary map or perhaps it was the standard of games on offer.We've already spoken at length about some of the games we saw on episode 63 of the podcast, and both Andy and Jon have put fingers to keyboard to tell you about the games they enjoyed, but here are a few more of the games I played.Read more »
They say, quite accurately, that Christmas comes but once a year. Writing this article in June, that may seem like an odd thing to open with. However, there are a lot of things that Christmas has in common with the UK Games Expo. They both get a lot of people excited; both have enormous expectation, are inevitably exhausting and both leave the adults completely skint after a flurry of purchasing the latest and greatest. I may or may not be speaking from experience on that last point.Read more »
The UK Games Expo is just around the corner, the biggest event in the UK tabletop and board gaming calendar. Andy, Jon and Steve are joined by Rory to go through our top picks for the games we want to see at the show.The UK Games Expo is the 31st May to 2nd June 2019 at the NEC in Birmingham. Tickets and information is available from https://www.ukgamesexpo.co.uk/Read more »