This week on The Vintage Gamer, there is a distinctly non-vintage theme as I review or give impressions of many of the games I saw at Origins. A bit late in coming, but hopefully still appreciated. Start your timers as I cover 14 games in about half an hour…

Show Notes (and links to Board Game Geek):

Other Links:

Final Thoughts:

Yes, I know that Eurorails and other crayon rail games aren’t terribly heavy. But they’re heavier and usually have a greater time commitment than Ticket To Ride. And given a choice among train games, they’re at the top for me.

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I guess Arkham Horror seems the more interesting game from the lot. Besides I’m in desperate love with Lovecraft (and he doesn’t even know I exist) and co-op games…

A brilliant post.

Once again!

July 21st, 2006 at 12:56 pm

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