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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

Gekido: Bot Battles Review
Gekido: Bot Battles Review

Gekido: Bot Battles sees you battle with chunky painted bot figures to see who can damage their opponents more than they damage themselves.

Valeria: Card Kingdoms Review
Valeria: Card Kingdoms Review

Valeria: Card Kingdoms tasks you with earning resources through dice rolling and tableau management to hire citizens and slaying monsters.

Top 10 Small Box Big Game
Top 10 Small Box Big Game

Sometimes you can’t judge a book by its cover, or a board game by its box. What defines a small or a big game? Let’s take a closer look.

Sun Tzu Games: Emil Larsen Q&A
Sun Tzu Games: Emil Larsen Q&A

Emil Larsen, of Sun Tzu Games, has the infamy of one of the longest to fulfill Kickstarters in Burning Suns. Find out more about his story.

Barenpark board game review
Barenpark board game review

Barenpark takes you into the world of bears, challenging you to build your own bear park. Find out more in our review.

Dice Forge Board Game Review
Dice Forge Board Game Review

Like Seasons and Lords of Xidit before it, Dice Forge is a gorgeous game designed by Régis Bonnessée. Read our review today.

Caverna: Cave Vs Cave Review
Caverna: Cave Vs Cave Review

We have found Caverna: Cave vs Cave to be a deep and engaging experience that is incredible value for money. Find out more in this review.

Aeon’s End Review
Aeon’s End Review

Aeon’s End sees you and up to three other players defend the underground city of Gravehold, a town named so generically it could live in a nursing home. No wait, […]

Kemet Board Game Review
Kemet Board Game Review

Set in mythical Egypt, Kemet tasks you with earning victory points through aggressive expansion and control of various points on the large double-sided playing board.