One OTK Meetup where jack208’s not in town saw some light games on the tables, including Hey, That’s My Fish! 10 Days in Asia and Samurai.
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Our first meetup post-Chinese New Year saw ZOMBIES in-play (hmm… not superstitious ka?) and the popular – and some said the BEST – 2010 game DOMINANT SPECIES getting intro-ed to the OTK group by Emil. Other games in play were Alhambra, Kaigan, Carson City and Glen More. Another Friday and another 7am meetup!
There are no more… and no more is coming. The much coveted War of the Ring Collector’s Edition is out-of-print, has never been reprinted and will never be. Still want a copy? FFG has some!
Are Gateway Games condescending? What makes for “enjoyable experience” in boardgaming? Read what jack208 who has been organize meetups via Boardgamecafe.net thinks.
Puerto Rico is now back to it’s #1 ranking at Boardgamegeek!! Now the only thing left for Alea to do is to roll out a Premium Edition (ala Caylus)… For those of you who luv this game (as much as me) but don’t get enough play-time, do check […]
A visiting Meetup organizer Nate from the Chicago Boardgames Meetup group prompted an impromptu meetup session at Old Town Pavilion where we also learned something about the Chicago Boardgame Designer scene.
The 2nd part of Day One where 3 more rounds of 12 of the best Euro Games were played among 16 gamers to vie for table positions and points. Find out how they all fared after one intense day of 8-hrs of non-stop gaming….
16 gamers gathering thousands of feet above sea level, over two days and one night, and the opportunity to play a pool of 28 of the best Euro boardgames over 7 rounds of competitive play… where? when? how? Read about this in the very first Euro Boardgame Retreat conducted back in Oct 2006. Like what you read? Then stay tune for the next Boardgame Retreat coming soon in 2010, brought to you by Boardgamecafe.net! 🙂
Early days when Boardgamecafe.net used to have meetups on Sat at Games Circle. You can read about the first play of 1830 way back in 2005; some interesting play notes in this session. More nostalgic sessreps coming soon as we move our old sessreps from the old blog to this new blog site.