*Puts on Gameshow Voice* Welcome to a new segment called “Name That Game,” where we show you components from games in our collection and you try to guess which game they’re from! Below you’ll see a grid containing components from 9 different games. Make sure to put your guesses in the comments in order to collect all the board gaming glory! Good luck!
With 2017 still in the rearview mirror, it seems like a perfect opportunity to take a look back at some of its games, as we did with our recent Top 5. For whatever reason, when looking back at the games that we bought and played last year, there were quite a few word games. I’m sure part of this is our bias towards the genre (even before getting into hobby board games, Scattergories has always been a perennial favorite), but even still it seems like there were a greater than usual number of new word games released. And even more, it seems like most of these were on the “party” end of the spectrum, accommodating 6, 8, or even more players! In addition, these tend to be easy to learn and play, so are great for family or friends who may not be as into board games as some of us are. In this article, we’ll explore 5 recent releases, and give our impressions on them.
Have you missed us? Cause we’ve sure missed you! We’ve been thinking hard about the games we’ve been playing and have finally come up with our Top 5 Games of 2017! I know you’ve been waiting for this all year.
As I open the page to finalize our Best of 2017 post, WordPress gave me a nice congrats to remind me it was our two year anniversary of starting the blog! Thank you to everyone who has been with us and we can’t wait to keep on writing!
With a New Year upon us, we can’t help but to feel a little nostalgic. About a year ago, we recapped our favorite games from 2016, so we decided to give that post another look. Things can change so much over a year, do these games fulfill the same need for us at the end of 2017? Let’s take a look and find out!
It’s that time of year where the weather is getting colder and we’re starting to spend more time inside. Ok, let’s face it, the Meeples aren’t really outside people anyway, so we cranked up the heat and busted out a few games. What have you been playing this week? We’d love to hear in the comments below! Otherwise, please enjoy this weeks boardgame musings!
You guys. It’s December. Which means it’s basically the first day of Christmas. If you’re not like us and cracking open the first day of your Advent Calendar, or aren’t the Christmasy type, you can accept the gift of our presence down below!
It seems like only yesterday we were celebrating Halloween and now Thanksgiving has come and gone! If you’re like me, you’re recuperating from your food hangover, but many Americans have been celebrating their capitalistic rights and have been shopping til they drop! If you’re one of the shopping kind, feel free to click on our Amazon Associate links below to help support us! Otherwise, please enjoy a more abbreviated version of our week in gaming!
After all of our excitement from GameHole Con last week, we had a bit of a quieter week in the gaming sphere as we settled back into normal life… or what passes for normal around here anyways. That said, we still did get a bit of gaming in, so read on to learn about our experiences for this week in games!
As you may have noticed from our “Meeples Weekly Recap” posts, we’ve been playing a lot of “Escape Room in a Box”-type games. In fact, I think we’ve played all of the major series in this genre: Exit, Unlock!, Escape Room: The Game, Escape the Room, Deckscape, and Escape Room in a Box. This post will compare and contrast these different games as well as give a brief review of what we felt about playing each of them. Please note that pictures and reviews many have spoilers, though we tried to minimize this as much as we could.