Author Archives: Mark "Fluff Daddy" Jackson

About Mark "Fluff Daddy" Jackson

follower of Jesus, husband, father, pastor, boardgamer, writer, Legomaniac, Disneyphile, voted most likely to have the same Christmas wish list at age 44 as he did at age 14

Solo Gaming 2021: 8 Months In

I’ve written a good bit about my solo gaming over the last couple of years, both for the Opinionated Gamers and for my personal blog… …so I decided that I’d continue that trend into 2021 by doing a solo gaming … Continue reading

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Imperium Classic and Imperium Legends: A Dual Review

“It has been said that civilization is twenty-four hours and two meals away from barbarism.” Neil Gaiman It isn’t exactly writer’s block – I mean, I can still write emails, witty Tweets, and even work on other board game reviews. … Continue reading

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They Say It’s Your Birthday! – A Plethora of Gaming Impressions

Well… between a great sale at Miniature Market in mid-June, Father’s Day, my birthday, and a Kickstarter finally delivering, my already overly-large game collection became – ahem – larger.  More importantly, my birthday “party” was to road trip to West … Continue reading

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Every Game Deserves Another Turn… Good News from the Folks at Restoration Games

Greetings and salutations, gamer friends! I’ve just come (virtually) from the Restoration Games… and I bear tidings of new games! But first, some news about games that are already out there. Fireball Island Restoration Games is entering into a partnership … Continue reading

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Build It And They Will Come: A Review of Minigolf Designer

To find a man’s true character, play golf with him. P.G. Wodehouse Growing up in Southern California, my miniature golf course of choice was Camelot Golfland… which, I figured out (thanks to the magic of Google) is still up and … Continue reading

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Hadrian’s Wall: A Solo Review

Someday, I’ll actually get to England and see Hadrian’s Wall for myself… but until that point, I’m stuck with surfing the Web to find pictures. For the uninformed, many parts of what remains of the Wall look like overly thick … Continue reading

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