Tag Archives: Phil Walker-Harding

Brandon Kempf – Surviving the Purge 3

Over the next few months, instead of going with my Three Games articles, I am going to take a look at my collection and try to discuss why certain titles survived the great purge of 2019. During this process I … Continue reading

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Brandon Kempf: Three Games – Three In My Quiver (Travel Games)

I have a lot of games. A lot of games that are on my shelves, or on my table being played, that I have told myself that I want to review at some point. For one reason or another, this … Continue reading

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Silver & Gold (Game Review by Brandon Kempf)

Designer: Phil Walker-Harding Artist: Oliver Feudenreich Publisher: Nurnberger-Spielkarten-Verlag Players: 2-4 Time: 20 Minutes Times Played: 5 “I bet you thought I was going to sing that Burl Ives Christmas song, didn’t ya? Well, you were right!”             -John 5/4/19 Phil … Continue reading

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Chris’s Trip to the Gathering of Friends: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday

I wrote about my first couple of days at The Gathering, and this is the next installment in that series. Whereas my first post discussed specific games, this post is primarily commentary about what seems popular and some other random … Continue reading

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Chris Wray: What I Enjoyed Playing in August 2018

This is the August entry for my series where I post five games I enjoyed playing in past month that I didn’t have time to do full reviews of.  As always, I limit it to five titles, of which there’s … Continue reading

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Gen Con 2018, Day 1: What’s Hot, and What I Played (Chris Wray)

The first day of Gen Con 2018 is a wrap, and what a day it was.  This year’s event marks the 51st anniversary of the convention, and though that distinction doesn’t have the shine of last year’s golden 50th, Gen … Continue reading

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