Category Archives: Board Games

A Dice Game for Kids: Tenzi

If you’re a parent, anything fun that also happens to be educational is a win-win for you and your child. That’s where dice come in. Dice can add that educational element disguised in a fun game form. With many games … Continue reading

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It's a Small World After All

I played Small World for the first time not long ago, and was very impressed by it.  It was simple, attractive, and fun. Small World is a territorial conquest game, vaguely resembling Risk or Axis and Allies.  The board is … Continue reading

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The Hunt for Red November

  I recently had the opportunity to try out two new board games: Red November by Fantasy Flight Games and Small World by Days of Wonder.  I’ll be discussing Red November in this post and Small World in the future. … Continue reading

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It's a Piece of Cake

Piece o’ Cake by Rio Grande Games is named wrong.  It should actually be called “Piece o’ Pie” or “Pie in the Sky” or something like that, because the artwork is clearly indicitive of pies and not cakes.  I’m getting … Continue reading

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Betrayal at House on the Hill

The University of Utah had a board gaming event on Saturday, which I went to with a few friends.  There were 28 total players in attendance, comprising 26 men and 2 women.  (This turnout seems typical.  Why is it that … Continue reading

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