It’s been a while since I posted anything non-review on here, so this is long overdue. We’re decidedly in 2021 now, and I’m at a point where things are going well for Punchboard. So, here’s a little about what’s been going on with me, and what’s coming next.
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A first game of Terracotta Army from @BoardAndDice under my belt. First impressions are great, I really enjoyed it. Lots of puzzles to solve, but never feeling too heavy weight.
And another easy back for me, I love the games and good feelings @stuffByBez
brings to our scene in the UK. We'll miss her!
I just backed Selecting seven cards, speedily searching for synergies. on @Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/bybez/selecting-seven-cards-speedily-searching-for-synergies?ref=android_thanks_twitter_share
Been back and forth, but I love the theme and mechanisms, and good words from @djackthompson certainly helped.
I just backed Halls of Hegra on @Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tompet/halls-of-hegra?ref=android_thanks_twitter_share
This week's newsletter has some stuff about games, and some pretty pictures of engine houses and sunsets. Have a look, and if you like it, subscribe :)
Read my latest: “What did I just punch? - the Punchboard newsletter - Issue #11” https://www.getrevue.co/profile/punchboard/archive/1303657
Kew-bee-toes? Cub-bit-oss? Who knows. Either way, Cubitos from @JohnDClair & @alderac is excellent. If you'd like to know why, I might just have written a little review-a-roony - https://punchboard.co.uk/cubitos-board-game-review/