Alfie reviews… Hare and Tortoise

Alfie reviews… Hare and Tortoise

Alfie Dix, 17, reviews board games that he plays with the family and subsequently with groups of friends. Here’s his review of Hare and Tortoise.  Animals, Racing and …. Carrots?  That’s right it’s a race like no other and one that I was never expecting to partake in....
Alfie reviews… Panic Lab

Alfie reviews… Panic Lab

Alfie Dix, 17, reviews board games that he plays with the family and subsequently with groups of friends. Here’s his review of Panic Lab.  Winning is a major part of gaming. Unless the game only relies on luck, you can only win when you’ve played better than everyone...
Alfie reviews… Tatsu

Alfie reviews… Tatsu

Alfie Dix, 17, reviews board games that he plays with the family and subsequently with groups of friends. Here’s his review of Tatsu. Nothing quite compares to it… The tension, the brainpower and the dedication involved in one vs one gaming. Stakes are high and...
Alfie reviews… Captain Sonar

Alfie reviews… Captain Sonar

Alfie Dix, 17, reviews board games that he plays with the family and subsequently with groups of friends. Here’s his review of Captain Sonar. It’s easy to pigeon-hole board gaming and think of it in a certain way – calm and collected decision making, simply...
Alfie reviews… NMBR 9

Alfie reviews… NMBR 9

Alfie Dix, 17, reviews board games that he plays with the family and subsequently with groups of friends. Here’s his review of NMBR 9. Simplicity is a great thing in a game, it allows the game to be easily understood and reduces the need for long explanations and set...
Alfie reviews… Hanabi

Alfie reviews… Hanabi

Alfie Dix, 17, reviews board games that he plays with the family and subsequently with groups of friends. Here’s his review of Hanabi. There is often that one game in a gamer’s collection that is a bit different to the rest. For me that is Hanabi. Hanabi...