GenCon. The word alone inspires equal parts fear and salivation in the uninitiated. Is it really that bad? Well, let me tell you about my first GenCon and the lessons I learned.
Author - David McMillan
Recent Articles & Reviews by David McMillan
It’s time to reach for the stars. Read our Pulsar 2849 review and get your gyrodines spinning.
In Today's Top 6, we celebrate some of board gaming’s unsung heroes - the illustrators!
The Demigod of Trees has fallen. The power vacuum needs to be filled. Find out if you’re the one to fill it in our review of Tiny Trees!
In today's step ladder, we explore a type of game which is rapidly gaining in popularity - Roll and Write. How do you elevate such a simple concept? Read on to find out!
Button Shy Games has become well known for cramming big games into tiny wallet sized spaces. Have they done it again? Join us as we set our sights on their newest game and review Supertall by Nat Levan!
The idea: try to plow through 17 Uwe Rosenberg games in a single 3-day weekend. Was I successful or was I too ambitious? Read on to find out!
Planes! Planes! And more planes! Come build your own aeronautical empire! Read our Planecrafters review now!
This beautiful tile laying game created by Michael Kiesling has taken the world by storm. Read our Azul review to find out why this Spiel des Jahres nominated game has people talking!
The world is a jewel just waiting to be plucked from the ring of destiny and there’s no time like the present to make it yours. The race is on to become the greatest shipwright. Read our review of Shipwrights of the North Sea...
Are you ready to build a town and make it prosper? Greengully wants YOU! Find out how you can assist the Forever King in our review of Charterstone by Stonemaier Games.
The war is over and peace reigns supreme. As a token of the newfound peace, the four nations of the world are working together to build a city in the sky and the world is setting its sights to the heavens. Read our Skyward review...
From Scrabble to Cards Against Humanity, there's no denying the power of words to bring people together around the game table. In today's step ladder, we explore just that - wordplay!