Ticket to Ride – New UK Map

A few years ago I created a UK board for Ticket To Ride, the excellent board game from Days of Wonder. Since then the board has been downloaded thousands of times, and I’ve received loads of kind comments from players around the world who have tried it out. Earlier this year I was contacted by […]

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Cynical Ticket to Ride UK Variant

We all know that it was the railroads that built America, which might explain the happy and nostalgic feel for them in Ticket To Ride. However in the UK it was the Romans that built everything and frankly the railroads just cut dirty great lines across all their great stuff. In 2007 I received an […]

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Ticket to Ride UK Map

Back in 2006 I created a UK board for the Ticket to Ride game published by Days of Wonder. I posted the map on the BoardGameGeek website and to date the page has been viewed over twenty thousand times. In the Summer when I redesigned my website the Ticket to Ride page was orphaned, but […]

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Crack Defense

I’m a sucker for a good Tower Defense game (with or without FMV), and this week I’ve been playing Tap Defense on the iPhone, a great free example of the genre. Tap Defense is a simple (but very addictive) game, based on three maps and six tower types, all of which work pretty nicely together. […]

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There is no Guitar

Great article over at Gamers with Jobs about a near religious experience with Guitar Hero 3. I’ve not played Guitar Hero, but I can certainly relate to that moment in-the-zone when your senses extend beyond your body, and for a brief few moments you are one with the world. The guys at Slashdot don’t seem […]

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