As the tumultuous 2020 came to a close, it’s time to put on a reflective hat and take a quick account of last year. It’s certainly not your usual year, but it’s also not all that bad. Here’s a round-up of Boardgamecafe.net in 2020. It was a challenging year but it was also one where we’ve many things to be grateful for.
October is the best time to bring Stefan Feld games to the tables as it’s FELDTOBER. BGC brings you the FELDTOBER promo to make this the best month to complete your Feld collection. Discount code inside.
Looking to buy any of the DSP 2017 winner and nominees? We got a special promo for you. Coupon discount code inside.
The 2nd batch of our recent arrivals. Here’s the full list of all new titles and notable restocks. Get them now from our webstore or through our retailers.
Are you looking for some popular games like Century: Spice Road, Magic Maze, Fold-It!, Hanamikoji, Las Vegas Big Box (base game + Boulevard expansion)? Get them now from our webstore or through our retailers.
Wanted to drop by OTK Cheras but not quite sure how to get here? Get all your answers here… you can reach us via Jalan Loke Yew, Jalan Cheras (Kajang) or the MRR2.
BGC’s new meetup place (also called OTK Cheras) opened its doors to welcome our gamers at 2pm last Friday and they stayed till 8:30 am the following Saturday. Almost 19 hrs of gaming saw the following in action: Modern Art, first play of Eaten by Zombies, The Message, Havoc, Toc Toc Woodman, Samurai, Blokus, Cargo Noir, Warhammer Invasion, Pandemic, Glory to Colorful Rome, Troyes, Havana, 1889 Shikoku Japan and DUNE. Thanks to all who made this happened!
Well, it’s a month late but anyway we are now ready to roll out our new “look” and more importantly a coherent social media infrastructure that links everything together and helps us drive our social media strategy moving forward. We hope you like our new “look”. 😛
Our journey in pictures… I’d started out meaning to write two articles; one is an About Us page and the other is a summary of activities we’d done for last year (meant for the upcoming newsletter). For the activity summary, I was thinking of using photos to visualize […]
The first prompt was made months back when Hiew (of the popular Hiew’s Boardgame Blog) asked if I’m interested to answer some questions he has regarding the online boardgaming business, the local market and about organizing boardgame meetups. Sure, why not? 😛
Are Gateway Games condescending? What makes for “enjoyable experience” in boardgaming? Read what jack208 who has been organize meetups via Boardgamecafe.net thinks.