Comic Fantasy is such an awesome genre of book, and those on Audible are no different. Here's a run down of a few book series that D&D fans may enjoy.
With the UKGE coming up, we thought it would be an idea to review all 15 games we purchased last year in only two paragraphs each in one article. Here we go!
Rise of the Dungeon Master is a concise story exploring the birth of Dungeons and Dragons. A beautifully written homage to Gary Gygax, father of the nerds.
Cthulhu board games have flooded the market. It can be difficult to know where to begin. Here is an analysis, complete with flowchart, to help you choose.
Part book, part game - the experience of solving this book makes it a must have. More than simply a book of puzzles. This is our Journal 29 review.
Let's delve deep into Norse mythology to answer two core questions - What are the monsters in Blood Rage? And who were they in the stories of old?
There are so many incredible movies, books, and TV series now that are fruitful sources of imagination for game designers. Here's a look at a few favourites.
Salem 1692 has such a beautiful box...that I was going to write about something else tonight - but I have to write about this instead.
Book Review: “Empire of the Imagination: Gary Gygax and the Birth of Dungeons and Dragons” by Michael Witwer
Empire of the Imagination is the story of Gary Gygax and how he created the hit game, Dungeons and Dragons. Here is our review of the audible experience.
This is an audible book review for Magic The Gathering Strategy for Beginners by Alexander Norland - an informative book on Magic the Gathering.