Board Game Review: Tokaido—When You Take That Road, You Get There

By Harry Huberty on

It’s often said that it’s not the destination that matters, but the journey. Just so with today’s game, Tokaido, a recent (2013) offering from designer Antoine Bauza—he of Ghost Stories, Hanabi, and 7 Wonders fame. Tokaido is a very different game from Bauza’s other works, not least because of its unusual inspiration: the legendary Tokaido road, which spans some …

Gen Con 2015 Preview

By Phillip Canada on

Touting itself as “The Best Four Days In Gaming”, Gen Con in Indianapolis sees its fair share of board game releases. We thought it would be good to give you a preview of the upcoming releases for board games from Gen Con. If you are attending, you should be able to pick these games from …

Size Matters – Games For Three

By Mike McGinnis on

AND WE’RE BACK!  Hopefully you’ve spent they last day week month couple months (SORRY BRAD) reading our last installment, trying out a game or two with your work spouse, and are back for advice on how to include a third to your lunchtime board game sessions. Three can be a difficult number.  Many games have three player variants which are either watered …

Thunderbirds: Interview with Chris Birch and Matt Leacock

By Phillip Canada on

We here at Geekly Inc. have previously written about the Kickstarter for Thunderbirds Co-operative Board Game . Now several of the stretch goals have been funded allowing for four expansions and a role playing aspect! Recently, I had the opportunity to speak to Chris Birch from publisher Modiphius Entertainment and designer Matt Leacock about Thunderbirds …