Back from ConSimWorld Expo - saw SoCal gamers Patrick Havert, Steve Williams, Paul Marjoram, Steve Carey, and many others - a great time was had by all
Check out this on-line version of Take-It-Easy
Chris Pizula has written up his thoughts on this year's crop of games....your webmaster has added some thoughts of his own....Check it out
The game, Tahuantinsuyu, got good reviews at the "Gathering" - here's the website
Added a few new links, including Chris Farrell's BLOG, and a couple of on-line stores. I've also deleted some dead links...and a new poll
There is a new on-line store, Gamefest.com, which has "Gone Cardboard" updates being posted by Rick Thornquist
Here's a couple of links to on-line games (vs. computer) at the Ravensburger site. The Pueblo game is especially challenging - you have about two minutes to try and beat the computer opponent, placing 3 blocks
Spielboy has a new issue out
Reiner Knizia has a new free game available at his website called Decathlon - it's a dice game, and looks pretty cool
The Motley Fool ran a story today called "Playing the Game". Check it out - it's not often gaming gets the national spotlight! David Gardner, chief Fool, wrote an article some time ago about gaming. It is also worth a look...
Rick Thornquist and the Terminal City Gamers have added OCBG to their excellent site!
Carcassonne "Hunters and Gatherers" is now out by Rio Grande Games (yes, it is in English!). Check out either Game Surplus or Fairplay Games. Funagain also lists several recent Essen releases in stock.
Check out Postcards from Essen, from DaveO's friend Torsten Hintz.
Check out my list of Classic Choo-Choo Games on the Geek.
Check out this interview with Reiner Knizia, broadcast a few weeks ago on NPR. The interviewers are none other then The Motley Fool brothers!
Check out the SoCal Games Day site for updates on this great SoCal event, occuring roughly every two months. Games Day XV is Saturday, May 15!
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