As a physical game, something to look at upon the shelves, surrounded by various other board games, Codinca, is a small, unassuming package, that barely manages to catch the eye. Advertisements
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In 2016 I became a tabletop gamer. Or rather, I expanded my tabletop gaming horizons far beyond the mainstream I had become accustomed to. Anyone already in tune with the goings on here at Meeple of the Earth will already be fully aware of the positive impact this has had on my time spent playing.…
A quick browse through the shelves housing my beloved board game collection highlights an obvious omission from the many genres. I have no card drafting games. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever really played a proper card drafting game.
As a newcomer to boardgames you can imagine what those first few steps must have been like. So much choice, so much variety, and so many questions as to where best to begin building the collection. I pored over Amazon, discovered BoardGameGeek and watched many episodes of Tabletop and The Dice Tower in my quest…
A Hero’s Death is a superhero story doused in the sort of humanity and vulnerability that other tales of a similar ilk often miss entirely.
This journey of mine through the boardgame landscape is now around six weeks old, and it’s been every bit as memorable, eventful, and most importantly, enjoyable, as I hoped and expected it would be.
I know, I hear you, “King of Tokyo! That’s a pretty old game for an opening review!” But hear me out.