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Nick Welford

I discovered the world of modern board games when I happened upon King of Tokyo in a book shop. I was so taken with the art work and premise of the game that I immediately purchased it. That was the start of the rabbit hole and since that day I have developed acquisition disorder, started a YouTube channel and been lucky enough to start freelancing in the industry. I’ll play most things but find myself leaning towards more complicated games as my nine-year-old beats me at everything else.

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Articles By: Nick Welford

Top 5 Engine Building Games
Top 5 Engine Building Games

Engine Builders allow you to chain off impressive combos, when played right! Our bloggers give you their top choices – what are yours?

First Impressions of the Month!
First Impressions of the Month!

With so many games to choose from, our bloggers are playing non-stop! Here are their first impressions of the games they started playing this month.

Mandala Review
Mandala Review

Mandalan is a two player abstract game that comes with a table cloth. If you need anymore convincing it is also a cunning set collection game!

Back to the Future: Dice Through Time
Back to the Future: Dice Through Time

Dice through Time sees Marty and Doc work together with future and past versions of themselves to put the Back to the Future timeline back in order!

Stay Cool Review
Stay Cool Review

Stay Cool challenges you to multitask while under pressure! Answer questions by using lettered dice and the power of your mind but don’t forget the timer!

FunkiFruit Kickstarter Preview
FunkiFruit Kickstarter Preview

FunkiFruit is a fast fun set collection game coming to Kickstarter. Try to collect the fruit that will give you the best scoring chances!

Top 6 Underrated Gems!
Top 6 Underrated Gems!

Which game is criminally overlooked? Our bloggers suggest some games that might be worth seeking out. What are your underrated gems?

Bermuda Pirates Review
Bermuda Pirates Review

Bermuda Pirates taxes your memory with it’s magnetic board that you must push your pirate ship around to collect treasure without crashing!

Control Review
Control Review

Ultimately Control provides a great third person adventure experience with a memorable story. With fond memories of both Psi Ops and Alan Wake I had high hopes for Control.