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Spy Another Day

When I was a child, my mother watched a lot of spy shows from her formative years. Her favorite was without a doubt The Avengers. It was this show (and shows like it) that shaped my vision of spies: classy British people who spoke in riddles. As a result, I need my spies to be witty and full […]

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Luck Be a Gamer: Press Your Luck Games

In case you don’t know what constitutes a press your luck game, here’s the BoardGameGeek glossary definition: “a game where players can repeatedly choose to perform a random event on their turn. They temporarily collect points each time, but usually receive nothing on the turn if an unfavorable event happens. They must voluntarily end their turn […]

Reviewer Spotlight – Jonathan H. Liu (GeekDad)

GeekDad.com, whose tagline is “Raising Geek Generation 2.0”, is a website where self-proclaimed geeky parents write about their geeky interests as they relate to the raising of their hopefully geeky children. The blog is routinely seen as a beacon of family-friendly geeky goodness. From making it on Time’s “Best Blogs of the Internet” list to winning a Webby for the […]

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Sci-Fi Games: Not Just Space but Mostly

When I think sci-fi, I tend to think space things along with wibbly wobbly time wimey stuff. I wasn’t entirely sure if or how this definition translated to board games, so I decided to check the BGG definition: “Science Fiction games often have themes relating to imagined possibilities in the sciences. Such games need not be […]

LudiCreations Games 2015

Here at LudiCreations we’ve been preparing for a big 2015. There are several games we plan to publish this year: Pocket Imperium by David Mortimer; and …and then we held hands. by David Chircop & Yannick Massa. Other upcoming LudiCreations games include: KUNE v LAKIA: A Chronicle Of A Royal Lapine Divorce Foretold, Operation Kindergarten, and [microfilms]. In addition, […]