It can sometimes be hard to think up great Spyfall questions on the spot - so I've collated a few that I like together...and by a few I mean 56.
Food Fight. A game where food has a face, dogs eat your dinner, and nobody seems to be happy about winning. Food Fight was one of the first games I ever purchased. After having a fantastic evening gaming with a couple of friends, playing Munchkin and Epic Spell Wars of the Battle Wizards at a friend's... Continue Reading →
A few days ago I released a review of the game Spyfall, a social deduction game in which the players have to figure out which one of them is the spy by asking vague yet revealing questions about the scenario they are in. All the players are dealt location and role cards, with one player... Continue Reading →
We shouted at her from across the table, the whole family gathered round to watch what was going on, "Janet, seriously, we need you to give a more obvious answer to a question. We all believe you are the spy, if you aren't then you need to let us know. Please just answer the question clearly.... Continue Reading →
Every gamer can name their gateway game - the game that got them addicted to gaming. When we talk about gateway games, there are often the same entry-level names that tend to come up and that gateway game often paves the way for that gamer's collection for years to come. Regular names that come up... Continue Reading →
Do you know the rules to Monopoly? Yes, you do right? Who doesn't? Well, the answer is somewhat surprising. According to a video by popular the Youtube Channel Today I Found Out less than 32% of players actually say they have read the rules (source video here) to the game. Where the game itself has not changed... Continue Reading →