Space: the final frontier that we’re aware of, but among hypothetical frontiers, barely breaks the top 10. Oh and while we’re on the subject of top 10s…
Games, be they video or board, are so often inspired by the big black void that engulfs us and the possibilities that may await beyond, opportunities, horrors, exploration and adventure. While we had options beyond counting, we somehow managed to drill down to a mere ten games themed in and around space.
Back in August 2017, I backed this product on Kickstarter as an early birthday present, under the impression it would’ve come in time for December that same year. A handful of delays with design and printing eventually led the EU fulfilment to happen this September.
Was it worth the wait?
Over a year of GeekOut and it just keeps getting better. This month I decided to poke one of the geekiest bears out there, as divisive a topic as Kirk or Pickard, X-Box or Playstation*, D&D or Pathfinder, and to pitch the giants in the comic book playground against one another seems very du-jour considering Infinity War was released the day of GeekOut, and that I’ll be going to watch it tonight.
Some of you may have seen a few photos and live-streamed footage already, courtesy of our guest from Thors-Kin Podcast, Alex, who helped out with this month’s competition. Here is this month’s slightly belated gallery.
April 27th saw the second GeekOut Shrewsbury Meet, our very own slice of the joyous Bristol Meet.
I think it’s safe to say that the Shrewsbury Meet has a future, as another month goes by with familiar friends and new faces. It’s satisfying to know that both of our GeekOut Meets in Shrewsbury we have brought together new nerds who may never have met otherwise, getting people into games they may never have played otherwise, discovering some new aspect of geek culture, and in our own strange way creating our own.
How exactly would one weaponize turtles? Best we can manage is mechanisation but we’re fairly sure that mechanised war-turtles exist in some capacity. (more…)
Deck builders are one of the best games to pick up and play over an extended period of time, especially with established companies invested in deck building titles. From DC Comics Deck-Building Game, to the curious Kickstarter-backed title, Barbarossa, there’s a lot of diversity in a relatively niche sub-genre of deck games. Contributor Murray Butler has returned to offer his insights in this Sci-Fi inspired deck building title, Star Realms.