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William Moffat

Will rediscovered board games in December 2015 when looking for a game online for a Christmas present for his brother. Then, thanks to a local thriving games group and the wonderful online community, Will’s eyes were opened to the golden age of board gaming we are currently experiencing. Many game purchases later and a couple of creaking shelves, he can testify that he truly is a gamer... And proud of it!
You can follow Will’s gaming exploits here at Zatu and on Twitter - @BoardGameBeacon

Articles By: William Moffat

Kanagawa review
Kanagawa review

Paint an amazing Japanese print, earn diplomas and the respect of Master Hokusai in Kanagawa, an elegant Zen-like board game.

Victorian Masterminds Preview
Victorian Masterminds Preview

In Victorian Masterminds (CMON), Sherlock has disappeared, allowing the evil masterminds of the steampunk era to wreak havoc on the world!!

Hit Z Road review
Hit Z Road review

Hit Z Road is a horror road trip that takes you from Chicago to L.A. in the midst of an American zombie apocalypse. Learn more in our review.

Top 5 Christmas Games for Non-Gamers
Top 5 Christmas Games for Non-Gamers

A Classic Christmas in a typical British household often includes a tree, presents, turkey, the Queen’s Speech, Strictly Christmas Special and BOARD GAMES!

Twister Review
Twister Review

Twister was the first popular game to use human bodies as playing pieces. The game was originally released in 1966 by Arrow Games, and is now published by Hasbro.