Dragonvale Eggy Hatchy!

Dragonvale is an App, launched in September of 2011, by Backflip Studios. The object of the game is to breed basic dragon types together, in order to get more complex dragons. It has grown into a game of more than 600 dragons, and almost the entirety of the game’s history is chronicled at a forum where I have been an on again, off again, moderator – The Dragonvale Community.

Like so many of these sorts of games, the life blood of Dragonvale has become a series of events. Eggy Hatchy read more

Top 10 Games – September 2020

6 Monthly review of games I would like to play, using Pub Meeple.

Top 10 September 2020

My City and Iwari, are 2 new games, that I am keen to get more plays of. Vindication and Stone Age are old games that I am keen to get more plays of. The other 6 are the usual favourites.

So Gloomhaven, Tiny Towns and the 2 Aeon’s Ends have moved out of the top 10. Gloomhaven I am still playing almost weekly, so I guess I don’t feel the urge to specifically choose it. I have gotten Aeon’s End: War Eternal since read more

Aeon’s End: The New Age – Folded Space Insert

This is one in a series of posts regarding the board game Aeon’s End: The New Age. You can access all my other “AE: The New Age” posts HERE.

I bought my first Folded Space for Terraforming Mars, and I have been a big fan ever since. Inserts are obviously great organisational tools, and the Folded Space inserts are made of foam core, so add minimal weight to the box. However, they are a relatively new company, and it takes time to design. In order to fulfill what people want, they ask for read more

My City – Unboxing

This is one in a series of posts regarding the legacy game, My City. You can access all my posts on that game HERE.

My City - Bx Cover

My City is a polyomino tile laying game, for up to 4 players. Each player has their own player board and set of tiles, which represent buildings you construct in your city. You draw a card, showing one of the buildings, and each player chooses where to place that tile on their own board, or whether to pass, and lose a point. The game continues until you deplete the deck, or all read more