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Simon Leggett

Articles By: Simon Leggett

A Guide to Solo Gaming
A Guide to Solo Gaming

Playing board games with a group of friends is a great experience, however solo gaming does a good job of coming a pretty close second. Let’s look closer at single-player experiences.

Maximum Apocalypse Review
Maximum Apocalypse Review

Maximum Apocalypse is a co-operative game set in the post-apocalypse of your choice, where 1-6 survivors explore, fight and scavenge to complete the game.

Abyss Board Game Review
Abyss Board Game Review

Abyss is a game of development, combination and collection in which players try to take control of strategic locations in an underwater city.

How to Play: Splendor
How to Play: Splendor

Splendor certainly lives up to its name, with fantastic artwork and great quality components. find out how to play, and learn some gameplay tips too.

Tides of Madness Review
Tides of Madness Review

Tides of Madness is the sequel to / re-implementation of Kristian Čurla’s Tides of Time, with a Lovecraftian makeover, and a sprinkling of madness.

Rumble in the Dungeon Review
Rumble in the Dungeon Review

Rumble in the Dungeon is a fast paced, simple, light game of bluffing and deduction, and picking fights… which fits perfectly with its dungeon theme.

Welcome to the Dungeon Review
Welcome to the Dungeon Review

Iello’s light dungeon crawling party game, Welcome to the Dungeon, has great art and quality components and a simple set of rules. Read our review for more.

Elevenses Board Game Review
Elevenses Board Game Review

Elevenses is essentially a hand management game, where players have to memorise card positions, and forward plan in order to set up future actions.

Eldritch Horror Review
Eldritch Horror Review

Eldritch Horror is a co-operative game set in the roaring ’20s, inspired by the Cthulhu mythos of H.P. Lovecraft. Will you banish the Ancient One?