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Gaming in February

March 2, 2014

We had a good month of gaming in February, with Miss B and I getting through 24 plays of 17 different titles. This total was helped along nicely by one of Miss B’s school friends (whose father I play games with on occasion) coming over for a few hours during the school’s half term holiday, followed by some other adult friends coming over for games with us at the weekend.

When your castle is blinged out with a great flag like this. surely there is no need to panic when a few orcs turn up.

When your castle is blinged out with a great flag like this. surely there is no need to panic when a few orcs turn up.

Several games got played more than once during the month, with Dobble getting the most plays, three, though you should remember that Dobble only takes a few minutes to play so we usually play more than once in a sitting. Other multi-played games, with two goes each, were Castle Keep, Eco Fluxx (I think this year I will count all the Fluxx plays together, as they are essentially the same game), Goblins Drool Fairies Rule, and Love Letter, along with an early prototype for a card game I am developing.

So the most played games of the year so far all have three plays each: Apples to Apples (invariably gets pulled out when we have four or more people around — Miss B absolutely loves this), Dobble, and Plyt.

It’s far too early to make any real predictions about how this year will shape up, but maybe next month I’ll feel like extrapolating something.

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  1. Barnetto
    March 3, 2014 at 9:46 am

    If you are ever buying stuff off the Amazon.de website and they have Rhino Hero (http://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/91514/rhino-hero) discounted again, I can thoroughly recommend it. I only brought it out this weekend, but we’ve already played it about five times. We even managed to make a co-operative game of it for out final effort. Lot of fun with this one.

  2. Rob
    March 3, 2014 at 11:07 am

    Nice. We haven’t tried any of the Haba games, though I’ve heard very good things about a number of them. I really must get hold of a couple to try out before Miss B completely outgrows them.

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