living card games Archive
I was quite shocked when Stuart of District 31 contacted me about Ember and his re-release of it. As I reviewed the original and really enjoyed it, it actually made my ‘Top 10 Games I Reviewed in
I actually got to play this several times with a couple of groups of people, and was shocked how different it can be with the different number of players.
In the far Distance future of the year 2000, hackers from all over the world have been brought together by the mysterious and powerful Supreme Super Hacker. The question is why? Why has the Supreme Super Hacker
This game is a solid and fun game, it is simple and yet very strategic.
You and your fellow advisers are nervously sitting around a large mahogany table, softly chatting and anticipating the arrival of the person who the grand chair at the head of the table belongs to. Coming down the hall,
The starship is going down. You need to find the last working escape pod before it’s too late. You have to act now or you’ll be going down with the ship.
Seeing as this was my last chance to obtain a store championship win, I was feeling the pressure.
Since then it's been an interesting (if somewhat roller coaster) ride.
Last Sunday saw 11 people come together to vie for the title of Australian National Champion of the Star Wars Living Card Game. This was a disappointing turnout when you consider the fact that last years nationals
Saturday August 15th and Sunday August 16th saw an enormous weekend of Fantasy Flight games being played at the Bankstown Sports Club (Sydney, NSW). The Good Games team put together and orchestrated a magnificent event, with a