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Hi guys, I'm looking for some advice and some volunteers.
Over the past year or so I've rediscovered my love of board games and opened my eyes to all the hundreds of different titles and genres currently on the market.
Reading and watching reviews that I have found on this board game online reviews uk and others has helped me invest my money perhaps too much!
While doing this, and attending gaming sessions in London, I noticed a few things.
Firstly, the majority of reviews I have read and watched have been put together by people from across the pond gamers like Tom Vassel, Scott Nicholson and a few from various different far flung and exotic parts of the world.
Secondly, most of the people at the gaming groups I have attended have been either European of American.
There were a few British people, but not too many.
Now I say from the off that there's no problem at all with that.
Everyone I have met has been very friendly and the reviews I've read have been informative.
But I also know there must be a lot of British people out there looking for the same sort of information I'm looking for, wanting to know what the gaming scene is like in the UK, how much things cost, where the best places to go to buy and to play are.
So what I am looking to do is to start a UK based gaming website, which will be full of all that kind of information, from reviews to news.
Away from board games I'm a journalist, so I am more than happy to put the hard work in to get the site up and running.
Writing is my life and there are few better ways to spend your time than to put pen to paper or fingers to keys about a hobby or an interest you have a real passion for.
Basically what I am looking for is this.
If anyone can help with the above then that would be great.
I'll keep you all up to date with my progress too.
Cheers Gareth Happy to help!
Although I'm Spanish, I'm based here in the UK pretty much permanently.
We have a gaming group here in Woking that is pretty active and loyal.
If my newborn allows it, I'm willing to contribute.
Send me a geekmail if you are interested in my help.
And change Scott Vassel to Scott Nicholson Actually there is a recently started movement in the UK called the Uk Gaming Media Network, a group of UK based bloggers and podcasters banding together to bring the hobby to the masses.
Check it out here: Hi guys, I'm looking for some advice snip So what I am looking to do is to start a UK based gaming website snip Hello Gareth, I'm home from a long 12 hour work day, so please excuse my terse response.
Please do not start another site.
Apart from BGG, the best site to achieve your goals is Amazon UK.
Spend your time writing decent reviews and post them on Amazon UK.
For example: Building yet another site is a waste of effort.
What we want is content that will make sense to Brits.
Use BGG Guilds, forums and geeklists to achieve all that.
Then use external links to drive users to BGG.
Do not re-invent the wheel.
Instead, become a driver.
Away from board games I'm a journalist snip Please use your skills to place positive content into general UK media.
Write articles for woman's magazines to get over prejudices about board games being long, boring, aggressive and war-themed.
Write for Journalists about modern games.
Every time I deal with UK reporters, they can only style their material around Monopoly because they simply have no other reference.
Show them the numerous US articles about how Settlers is changing things the latest is in the Washington Post for pity's sake.
Get UK journos at least knowing there are other games.
Find UK celebs who actually play Carc, TTR and Settlers.
Just having a few people in the hobby the UK public recognise as not-freaks will go miles to change perception.
Please, put your skills, experience and talent on these tasks and do not re-invent the wheel to preach to the converted.
I would be willing to support this.
I have, on and off, been writing a blog for the past five years; a bit hit-and-miss regarding the material I have put on there, and not a lot at all lately: Still, I would be happy to help.
As much as I resent Betty Windsor's denial of equality, that's a fair point.
At least, some flunkey included it in the holiday package, but it's entirely possible Betty played it.
Gareth, try writing to Buck House on your journo letterhead to ask if Betty actually played Carc.
You should be able to find the correct person in the organisation to ask.
While I appreciate your response I can't help but disagree with almost everything you have written.
It's my firm belief that British gamers need a site which they can identify with, that gives them relevant information and an alternative opinion.
To me a website like that compliments BGG, just as the Dice Tower and others do too.
What British gamers lack is their own equivalent to those sites.
I don't see any valid argument against it.
Your assertion that building another site is a wasted effort is 1 pretty dismissive and 2 a little shortsighted.
While I'd do extremely well to match BGG, that's not something I'm even looking to do.
Like I said before, it would simply be a website which fills what I see as a gap in the market.
And no offence but your "reinvention of the wheel analogy" makes little sense.
For a start, implying that BGG is the "wheel" of board gaming websites is a little arrogant and the kind of attitude I think proves it needs friendly competition and secondly, if mankind had been happy with the wheel, we'd never have invented the aeroplane, crossed the atlantic or gone into space!
As for changing the attitude of journalists, there can't really be any better way that to start up a successful British based website to show how popular the hobby really is here.
All those suggestions of the way in which we could change people's attitudes are exactly the sort of articles which would fit perfectly with such a site.
Finally, I think one of my main aims would be not to preach to the converted.
Instead I'd hope to open up the hobby to new people here in the UK.
In the end, we board gamers should be a pretty accepting bunch.
I don't think dismissing someone's idea as "a waste of time" is really in the spirit of why we play games.
But hey, that's just my opinion.
Hi guys, I'm looking for some advice snip So what I am looking to do is to start a UK based gaming website snip Hello Gareth, I'm home from a long 12 hour work day, so please excuse my terse response.
Please do not start another site.
Apart from BGG, the best site to achieve your goals is Amazon UK.
Spend your time writing decent reviews and post them on Amazon UK.
For example: Building yet another site is a waste of effort.
What we want is content that will make sense to Brits.
Use BGG Guilds, forums and geeklists to achieve all that.
Then use external links to drive users to BGG.
Do not re-invent the wheel.
Instead, become a driver.
Away from board games I'm a journalist snip Please use click skills to place positive content into general UK media.
Write articles for board game online reviews uk magazines to get over prejudices about board games being long, boring, aggressive and war-themed.
Write for Journalists about modern games.
Every time I deal with UK reporters, they can only style their material around Monopoly because they simply have no other reference.
Show them the numerous US articles about how Settlers is changing things the latest is in the Washington Post for pity's sake.
Get UK journos at least knowing there are other games.
Find UK celebs who actually play Carc, TTR and Settlers.
Just having a few people in the hobby the UK public recognise as not-freaks will go miles to change perception.
Please, put your skills, experience and talent on these tasks and do not re-invent the wheel to preach to the converted.
I think BGG belongs to everyone; More websites just dilute the well.
The community here is inclusive and international, why create a seprate British only website?
Further, if you feel that BGG does not cater for British gamers surely the solution is deeper inclusion not exclusion.
Sorry if this sounds overly critical, just passing on my thoughts.
If you want a British contribution to games reviewing, take a clue board free no download at Counter magazine.
There were a few British people, but not too many.
That's the surprising bit if you are playing in Britain.
Most of the people I meet at games events in Britain are British.
The others are highly welcome of course.
See my badge for a reference to one such.
Good luck to you, but I neither see the need, nor feel underepresented.
If I did i'm not at all sure what a 'British' view on games would mean.
Good luck to you, but I neither see the need, nor feel underepresented.
If I did i'm not at all sure what a 'British' view on games would mean.
As has already been pointed out, just because you - someone who is already a board game convert - don't see the need or feel underepresented, doesn't mean there isn't a call for such a website.
You are already lucky enough to know a lot about the hobby but there are literally millions in this country who don't.
I would also assume that there are those who are curious about board gaming but are overwhelmed the both the amount of information on this site and the way in which it is laid out.
Gareth, try writing to Buck House on your journo letterhead to ask if Betty actually played Carc.
You should be able to find the correct person in the organisation to ask.
Perhaps she could write a review of the game for the new site venture.
Edit: I'd be happy to help out in any way I can.
Absolutely agree with you.
It is utter nonsense to say the BGG is the be all and end all.
Although it is wonderful, BGG is definitely is VERY USA-centric.
It is absolutely insulting for anyone to suggest you are wasting your time.
Ignore their comments and Go for it if that's what you want to do!
We believe that we can work together as a This web page and as individuals to promote the hobby.
We also all connect through to BGG and add content which further enriches it.
Having said this, I would absolutely agree that it my be the best use of your skills to write great stuff about gaming for the mainstream media.
Feel free to pm me if you'd like to chat!
While I appreciate your response I can't help but disagree with almost everything you have written.
It's my firm belief that British gamers need a site which they can identify with, that gives them relevant information and an alternative opinion.
To me a website like that compliments BGG, just as the Dice Tower and others do too.
What British gamers lack is their own equivalent to those sites.
I don't see any valid argument against it.
Your assertion that building another site is a wasted effort is 1 pretty dismissive and 2 a little shortsighted.
While I'd do extremely well to match BGG, that's not something I'm even looking to do.
Like I said before, it would simply be a website which fills what I see as a gap in the market.
And no offence but your "reinvention of the wheel analogy" makes little sense.
For a start, implying that BGG is the "wheel" of board gaming websites is a little arrogant and the kind of attitude I think proves it needs friendly competition and secondly, if mankind had been happy with the wheel, we'd never have invented the aeroplane, crossed the atlantic or gone into space!
As for changing the attitude of journalists, there can't really be any better way that to start up a successful British based website to show how popular the hobby really is here.
All those suggestions of the way in which we could change people's attitudes are exactly the sort of articles which would fit perfectly with such a site.
Finally, I think one of my main aims would be not to preach to the converted.
Instead I'd hope to open up the hobby to new people here in the UK.
In the end, we board gamers should be a pretty accepting bunch.
I don't think dismissing someone's idea as "a waste of time" is really in the spirit of why we play games.
But hey, that's just my opinion.
Hi guys, I'm looking for some advice snip So what I am looking to do is to start a UK based gaming website snip Hello Gareth, I'm home from a long 12 hour work day, so please excuse my terse response.
Please do not start another site.
Apart from BGG, the best site to achieve your goals is Amazon UK.
Spend your time writing decent reviews and post them on Amazon UK.
For example: Building yet another site is a waste of effort.
What we want is content that will make sense to Brits.
Use BGG Guilds, forums and geeklists to achieve all that.
Then use external links to drive users to BGG.
Do not re-invent the wheel.
Instead, become a driver.
Away from board games I'm a journalist snip Please use your skills to place positive content into general UK media.
Write articles for woman's magazines to get over prejudices about board games being long, boring, aggressive and war-themed.
Write for Journalists about modern games.
Every time I deal with UK reporters, they can only style their material around Monopoly because they simply have no other reference.
Show them see more numerous US articles about how Settlers is changing things the latest is in the Washington Post for pity's sake.
Get UK journos at least knowing there are other games.
Find UK celebs who actually play Carc, TTR and Settlers.
Just having a few people in the hobby the UK public recognise as not-freaks will go miles to change perception.
Please, put your skills, experience and talent on these tasks and do not re-invent the wheel to go game monkeys bananas board to the converted.
I'm amazed at all the negativity being chucked around.
I see this as a please click for source idea and while nothing at present can compete with the BGG database I think board game online reviews uk is plenty of scope for content that is not reviews or endless forum arguments about which is best between Euros and Ameritrash, what games are suitable for a church outing or how to tempt spouses into playing games.
I'm also quite surprised by those who suggest that BGG is the only site we need and that it's not US centric.
I think it's blatantly obvious to users that while there is a large international contingent the vast majority of the users are from the US and therefore the overall feel of the site is very American.
Now that board game online reviews uk fine but it does mean there is room for something different.
It would need thought but I'm sure a good, useful, fun website could be produced that would find an audience looking for something slightly different.
I can understand both sides of the argument and while I agree and disagree with some points here and there I would probably help support the site.
Although I am an American who calls England home so hopefully you will let me in on all the fun Interesting and somewhat predictable comments so far people saying that you can't beat BGG and people saying how that is negative.
My view would be that another website could be interesting and useful as long as it didn't try to compete with BGG.
BGG is an astonishingly good boardgames website.
I'm not sure I'm aware of a website that does a better job of supporting a hobby.
I'd even suggest that BGG is better on boardgames click the following article a site like IMDB is for movies.
But BGG isn't UK-centric.
So a website with UK-centric boardgaming information in a concentrated form would probably be useful and more easy for potential UK boardgamers to get into.
I think these things would be useful.
This kind of information on BGG gets pretty lost in the depth of the database.
It is there, but it is pretty hard to find.
A website that listed UK gaming clubs that welcome newcomers would be great.
A website that listed UK game stores with a googlemap would be great.
A website with European online hot deals would be great.
Some of this stuff is already on BGG, but there is no way a new user could find all or maybe even any of it.
So I think there is room for a UK boardgaming website if it concentrated on these things, at least to begin with.
And for a little bit of negativity: We already have a UK guild and an England guild on BGG.
They aren't what you'd board game online reviews uk lively.
As mentioned earlier, the magazine Counter seems to offer almost everything you need, and it's desperately crying out for a web presence, so how about seeing if you can join forces with those guys - drop me a note if you need email addresses etc - to be the web face of them?
As mentioned earlier, the magazine Counter seems to offer almost everything you need, and it's desperately crying out for a web presence, so how about seeing if you can join forces with those guys - drop me a note if you need email addresses etc - to be the web face of https://agohome.ru/board-game/jeopardy-game-board-ideas.html />Counter covers some of what he's trying to achieve but it is print only, they tried web before, decided it wasn't for them, and they've board game online reviews uk stated several times since that they're not interested in going down this route.
I interviewed Stuart Dagger, the editor of Counter, last week - it's at if you fancy a look - and yes, he explicitly told me that the internet board game online reviews uk isn't for them.
This is a shame, because the content is pretty good.
They've got some good writers, but a lot of see more will never see the light of day.
I do my best with The Little Metal Dog Show and its accompanying blog, but would like to see another UK-centric opinion.
Just don't forget that there's a lot of people already trying to do so, and we've even got a united front in the form of the UK Gaming Media Network.
The OP came across as if there's no UK voice out there and there's a games board free ancient egyptian desperately needing to be filled.
A little bit of digging would have shown that there's actually a fair few people providing reviews, information and content in a country where board gaming is an incredibly small-scale hobby.
I'd be delighted if he started writing as I like to read the opinions of othersbut don't dismiss that which is already there.
Yes, BGG is board game online reviews uk a large US userbase, but this is the internet - to me, BGG is without borders, bringing people from here the world together to celebrate and discuss the games we play.
Nicely said Michael, unfortunately BGG will only let me thumb you once otherwise you'd get at least 10!
Indeed; and this is something we're all trying to rectify.
Nicely said Michael, unfortunately BGG will only let me thumb you once otherwise you'd get at least 10!
Well you can always show him the money, and give him GG!
Thanks to all those who have responded positively, both on this thread and on this forum.
At the moment I'm suffering from a Christmas party hangover, it's 9.
As a result, I'm not in a fit state to reply to all of them just yet.
However, this weekend I will be handing a friend who is a web designer a template of the - as yet unnamed - site.
I'll be looking for as many people who would like to participate as possible, so will contact those who have expressed an interest soon.
For now, I'm going to continue to drink my body weight in water while wishing I was at home playing my new games.
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Hi guys, I'm looking for some advice and some volunteers.
Over the past year or so I've rediscovered my love of board games and opened my eyes to all the hundreds of different titles and genres currently on the market.
Reading and watching reviews that I have found on this site and others has helped me invest my money perhaps too much!
While doing this, and attending gaming sessions in London, I noticed a few things.
Firstly, the majority of reviews I have read and watched have been put together by people from across the pond gamers like Tom Vassel, Scott Nicholson and a few from various different far flung and exotic parts of the world.
Secondly, most of the people at the gaming groups I have attended have been either European of American.
There were a few British people, but not too many.
Now I say from the off that there's no problem at all with that.
Everyone I have met has been very friendly and the reviews I've read have been informative.
But I also know there must be a lot of British people out there looking for the same sort of information I'm looking for, wanting to know what the gaming scene is like in the UK, how much things cost, where the best places to go to buy and to play are.
So what I am looking to do is to start a UK based gaming website, which will be full of please click for source that kind of information, from reviews to news.
Away from board games I'm a journalist, so I am more than happy to put the hard work in to get the site up and running.
Writing is my life and there are few better ways to spend your time than to put pen to paper or fingers to keys about a hobby read article an interest you have a board game online reviews uk passion for.
Basically what I am looking for is this.
If anyone can help with the above then that would be great.
I'll keep you all up to date with my progress too.
Cheers Gareth Happy to help!
Although I'm Spanish, I'm based here in the UK pretty much permanently.
We have a gaming group here in Woking that is pretty active and loyal.
If my newborn allows it, I'm willing to contribute.
Send me a geekmail if you are interested in my help.
And change Scott Vassel to Scott Nicholson Actually there is a recently started movement in the UK called the Uk Gaming Media Network, a group of UK based bloggers and podcasters banding together to bring the hobby to the masses.
Check it out here: Hi guys, I'm looking for some advice snip So what I am looking to do is to start a UK based gaming website snip Hello Gareth, I'm home from a long 12 hour work day, so please excuse my terse response.
Please do not start another site.
Apart from BGG, the best site to achieve your goals is Amazon UK.
Spend your time writing decent reviews and post them on Amazon UK.
For example: Building yet another site is a waste of effort.
What we want is content that will make sense to Brits.
Use BGG Guilds, forums and geeklists to achieve all that.
Then use external links to drive users to BGG.
Do not re-invent the wheel.
Instead, become a driver.
Away from board games I'm a journalist snip Please use your skills to place positive content into general UK media.
Write articles for woman's magazines to get over prejudices about board games being long, boring, aggressive and war-themed.
Write for Journalists about modern games.
Every time I deal with UK reporters, they can only style their material around Monopoly because they simply have no other reference.
Show them the numerous US articles about how Settlers is changing things the latest is in the Washington Post for pity's sake.
Get UK journos at least knowing there are other games.
Find UK celebs who actually play Carc, TTR and Settlers.
Just having a few people in the hobby the UK public recognise as not-freaks will go miles to change perception.
Please, put your skills, experience and talent on egyptian board free games ancient tasks and do not re-invent the wheel to preach to the converted.
I would be willing to support this.
I have, on and off, been writing a blog for the past five years; a bit hit-and-miss regarding the material I have put on there, and not a lot at all lately: Still, I would be happy to help.
As much as I resent Betty Windsor's denial of equality, that's a fair point.
At least, some flunkey included it in the holiday package, but it's entirely possible Betty played it.
Gareth, try writing to Buck House on your journo letterhead to ask if Betty actually played Carc.
You should be able to find the correct person in the organisation to ask.
While I appreciate your response I can't help but disagree with almost everything you have written.
It's my firm belief that British gamers need a site which they can identify with, that gives them relevant information and an alternative opinion.
To me a website like that compliments BGG, just as the Dice Tower and others do too.
What British gamers lack is their own equivalent to those sites.
I don't see any valid argument against it.
Your assertion that building another site is a wasted effort is 1 pretty dismissive and 2 a little shortsighted.
While I'd do extremely well to match BGG, that's not something I'm even looking to do.
Like I said before, it would simply be a website which fills what I see as a gap in the market.
And no offence but your "reinvention of the wheel analogy" makes little sense.
For a start, implying that BGG is the "wheel" of board gaming websites is a little arrogant and the kind of attitude I think proves it needs friendly competition and secondly, if mankind had been happy with the wheel, we'd never have invented the aeroplane, crossed the atlantic or gone into space!
As for changing the attitude of journalists, there can't really be any better way that to start up a successful British based website to show how popular the hobby really is here.
All those suggestions of the way in which we could change people's attitudes are exactly the sort of articles which would fit perfectly with such a site.
Finally, I think one of my main aims would be not to preach to the converted.
Instead I'd hope to open up the hobby to new people here in the UK.
In the end, we board gamers should be a pretty accepting bunch.
I don't think dismissing someone's idea as "a waste of time" is really in the spirit of why we play games.
But hey, that's just my opinion.
Hi guys, I'm looking for some advice snip So what I am looking to do is to start a UK based gaming website snip Hello Gareth, I'm home from a long 12 hour work day, so please excuse my terse response.
Please do not start another site.
Apart from BGG, the best site to achieve your goals is Amazon UK.
Spend your time writing decent reviews and post them on Amazon UK.
For example: Building yet another site is a waste of effort.
What we want is content that will make sense to Brits.
Use BGG Guilds, forums and geeklists to achieve all that.
Then use external links to drive users to BGG.
Do not re-invent the wheel.
Instead, become a driver.
Away from board games I'm a journalist snip Please use your skills to place positive content into general UK media.
Write articles for woman's magazines to get over prejudices about board games being long, boring, aggressive and war-themed.
Write for Journalists about modern games.
Every time I deal with UK reporters, they can only style their material around Monopoly because they simply have no other reference.
Show them the numerous US articles about how Settlers is changing things the latest is in the Washington Post for pity's sake.
Get UK journos at least knowing there are other games.
Find UK celebs who actually play Carc, TTR and Settlers.
Just having a few people in the hobby the UK public recognise as not-freaks will go miles to change perception.
Please, put your skills, experience and talent on these tasks and do not re-invent the wheel to preach to the converted.
I think BGG belongs to everyone; More websites just dilute the well.
The community here is inclusive and international, why create a seprate British only website?
Further, if you feel that BGG does not cater for British gamers surely the solution is deeper inclusion not exclusion.
Sorry if this sounds overly critical, just passing on my thoughts.
If you want a British contribution to games reviewing, take a look at Counter magazine.
There were a few British people, but not too many.
That's the surprising bit if you are playing in Britain.
Most of the people I meet at games events in Britain are British.
The others are highly welcome of course.
See my badge for a reference to one such.
Good luck to you, board game online reviews uk I neither see the need, nor feel underepresented.
If I did i'm not at all sure what a 'British' view on games would mean.
Good luck to you, but I neither see the need, nor feel underepresented.
If I did i'm not at all sure what a 'British' view on games would board game online reviews uk />As has already been pointed out, just because you - someone who is already a board game convert - don't see the need or feel underepresented, doesn't mean there isn't a call for such a website.
You are already lucky enough to know a lot about the hobby but there are literally millions in this country who don't.
I would also assume that there are those who are curious about board gaming but are overwhelmed the both the amount of information on this site and the way in which it is laid out.
Gareth, try writing to Buck House on your journo letterhead to ask if Betty actually played Carc.
You should be able to find the correct person in the organisation to ask.
Perhaps she could write a review of the game for the new site venture.
Edit: I'd be happy to help out in any way I can.
Absolutely agree with you.
It is utter nonsense to say the BGG is the be all and end all.
Although it is wonderful, BGG is definitely is VERY USA-centric.
It is absolutely insulting for anyone to suggest you are wasting your time.
Ignore their comments and Go for it if that's what you want to do!
We believe that we can work together as a Guild and as individuals to promote the hobby.
We also all connect through to BGG and add content which further enriches it.
Having said this, I would absolutely agree that it my be the best use of your skills to write great stuff about gaming for the mainstream media.
Feel free to pm me if you'd like to chat!
While I appreciate your response I can't help but disagree with almost everything you have written.
It's my firm belief that British gamers need a site which they can identify with, that gives them relevant information and an alternative opinion.
To me a website like that compliments BGG, just as the Dice Tower and others do too.
What British gamers lack is their own equivalent to those sites.
I don't see any valid argument against it.
Your assertion that building another site is a wasted effort is 1 pretty dismissive and 2 a little shortsighted.
While I'd do extremely well to match BGG, that's not something I'm even looking to do.
Like I said before, it would simply be a website which fills what I see as a gap in the market.
And no offence but your "reinvention of the wheel analogy" makes little sense.
For a start, implying that BGG is the "wheel" of board gaming websites is a little arrogant and the kind of attitude I think proves it needs friendly competition and secondly, if mankind had been happy with the wheel, we'd never have invented the aeroplane, crossed the atlantic or gone into space!
As for changing the attitude of journalists, there can't really be any better way that to start up a successful British based website to show how popular the hobby really is here.
All those suggestions of the way in which we could change people's attitudes are exactly the sort of articles which would fit perfectly with such a site.
Finally, I think one of my main aims would be not to preach to the converted.
Instead I'd hope to open up the hobby to new people here in the UK.
In the end, we board gamers should be a pretty accepting bunch.
I don't think dismissing someone's idea as "a waste of time" is really in the spirit of why we play games.
But hey, that's just my opinion.
Hi guys, I'm looking for some advice snip So what I am looking to do is to start a UK based gaming website snip Hello Gareth, I'm home from a long 12 hour work day, so please excuse my terse response.
Please board game online reviews uk not start another site.
Apart from BGG, the best site to achieve your goals is Amazon UK.
Spend your time writing decent reviews and post them on Amazon UK.
For example: Building yet another site is a waste of effort.
What we want is content that will make sense to Brits.
Use BGG Guilds, forums and geeklists to achieve all that.
Then use external links to drive users to BGG.
Do not re-invent the wheel.
Instead, become a driver.
this web page from board games I'm a journalist snip Please use your skills to place positive content into general UK media.
Write articles for woman's magazines to get over prejudices about board games being long, boring, aggressive and war-themed.
Write for Journalists about modern games.
Every time I deal with UK reporters, they can only style their material around Monopoly because they simply have no other reference.
Show them the numerous US articles about how Settlers is changing things the latest is in the Washington Post for pity's sake.
Get UK journos at least knowing there are other games.
Find UK celebs who actually play Carc, TTR and Settlers.
Just having a few people in the hobby the UK public recognise as not-freaks will go miles to change perception.
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I'm amazed at all the negativity being chucked around.
I see this as a great idea and while nothing at present can compete with the BGG database I think there is plenty of scope for content that is not reviews or endless forum arguments about which is best between Euros and Ameritrash, what games are suitable for a church outing or how to tempt spouses into playing games.
I'm also quite surprised by those who suggest that BGG is the only site we need and that it's not US centric.
I think word game board game blatantly obvious to users that while there is a large international contingent the vast majority of the users are from the US and therefore the overall feel board game online reviews uk the site is very American.
Now that is fine but it does mean there is room for something different.
It would need thought but I'm sure a good, useful, fun website could be produced that would find an audience looking for something slightly different.
I can understand both sides of the argument and while I agree and disagree with some points here and there I would probably help support the site.
Although I am an American who calls England home so hopefully you will let me in on all the fun Interesting and somewhat predictable comments so far people saying that you can't beat BGG and people saying how that is negative.
My view would be that another website could be interesting and useful as long as it didn't try to compete with BGG.
BGG is an astonishingly good boardgames website.
I'm not sure I'm aware of a website that does a better job of supporting a hobby.
I'd even suggest that BGG is better on boardgames than a site like IMDB is for movies.
But BGG isn't UK-centric.
So a website with UK-centric boardgaming information in a concentrated form would probably be useful and more easy for potential UK boardgamers to get into.
I think these things would be useful.
This kind of information on BGG gets pretty lost in the depth of the database.
It is there, but it is pretty hard to find.
A website that listed UK gaming clubs that welcome newcomers would be great.
A website that listed UK game stores with a googlemap would be great.
A website with European online hot deals would be great.
Some of this stuff is already on BGG, but there is no way a new user could find all or maybe even any of it.
So I think there is room for a UK boardgaming website if it concentrated on these things, at least to begin with.
And for a little bit of negativity: We already have a UK guild and an England guild on BGG.
They aren't what you'd call lively.
As mentioned earlier, the magazine Counter seems to offer almost everything you need, and it's desperately crying out for a web presence, so how about seeing if you can join forces with those guys - drop me a note if you need email addresses etc - to be the web face of them?
As mentioned earlier, the magazine Counter seems to offer almost everything you need, and it's desperately crying out for a web presence, so how about seeing if you can join forces with those guys - drop me a note if you need email addresses etc - to be the web face of them?
Counter covers some of what he's trying to achieve but it is print only, they tried web before, decided it wasn't for them, and they've explicitly stated several times since that they're not interested in going down this route.
I interviewed Stuart Dagger, the editor of Counter, last week - it's at if you fancy a look - and yes, he explicitly told me that the internet just isn't for them.
This is a shame, because the content is pretty good.
They've got some good writers, but a lot of it will never see the light of day.
I do my best with The Little Metal Dog Show and its accompanying blog, but would like to see another UK-centric opinion.
Just don't forget that there's a lot of people already trying to do so, and we've even got a united front in the form of the UK Gaming Media Network.
The OP came across as if there's no UK voice out there and there's a read article desperately needing to be filled.
A little bit of digging would have shown that there's actually a fair few people providing reviews, information and content in a country where board gaming is an incredibly small-scale hobby.
I'd be delighted if he started writing as I like to read the opinions of othersbut don't dismiss that which is already there.
Yes, BGG is has a large US userbase, but this is the internet - to me, BGG is without borders, bringing people from around the world together to celebrate and discuss just click for source games we play.
Nicely said Michael, unfortunately BGG will only here me thumb you once otherwise you'd get at least 10!
Indeed; and this is something we're all trying to rectify.
Nicely said Michael, unfortunately BGG will only let me thumb you once otherwise you'd get at least 10!
Well you can always show him the money, and give him GG!
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Hi guys, I'm looking for some advice and some volunteers.
Over go here past year or so I've rediscovered my love of board games and opened my eyes to all the hundreds of different titles and genres currently on the market.
Reading and watching reviews that I have found on this site and others has helped me invest my money perhaps too much!
While doing this, and attending gaming sessions in London, I noticed a few things.
Firstly, the majority of reviews I have read and watched have been put together by people from across the pond gamers like Tom Vassel, Scott Nicholson and a few from various different far flung and exotic parts of the world.
Secondly, most of the people at the gaming groups I have attended have been either European of American.
There were a few British people, but not too many.
Now I say from the off that there's no problem at all with that.
Everyone I have met has been very friendly and the reviews I've read have been informative.
But I also know there must be a lot of British people out there looking for the same sort of information I'm looking for, wanting to know what the gaming scene is like in the UK, how much things cost, where the best places to go to buy and to play are.
So what I am looking to do is to start a UK based gaming website, which will be full of all that kind of information, from reviews to news.
Away from board games I'm a journalist, so I am more than happy to put the hard work in to get the site up and running.
Writing is my life and there are few better ways to spend your time than to put pen to paper or fingers to keys about a hobby or an interest you have a real board game online reviews uk for.
Basically what I am looking for is this.
If anyone can help with the above then that would be great.
I'll keep you all up to date with my progress too.
Cheers Gareth Happy to help!
Although I'm Spanish, I'm based here in the UK pretty much permanently.
We have a gaming group here in Woking that is pretty active and loyal.
If my newborn allows it, I'm willing to contribute.
Send me a geekmail if you are interested in my help.
And change Scott Vassel to Scott Nicholson Actually there is a recently started movement in the UK called the Uk Gaming Media Network, a group of UK based bloggers and podcasters banding together to bring the hobby to the masses.
Check it out here: Hi guys, I'm looking for some advice snip So what I am looking to do is to start a UK based gaming website snip Hello Gareth, I'm home from a long 12 hour work day, so please excuse my terse response.
Please do not start another site.
Apart from BGG, the best site to achieve your goals is Amazon UK.
Spend your time writing decent reviews and post them on Amazon UK.
For example: Building yet another site is a waste of effort.
What we want is content that will make sense to Brits.
Use BGG Guilds, forums and geeklists to achieve all that.
Then use external links to drive users to BGG.
Do not re-invent the wheel.
Instead, become a driver.
Away from board games I'm a journalist snip Please use your skills to place positive content into general UK media.
Write articles for woman's magazines to get over prejudices about board games being long, boring, aggressive and war-themed.
Write for Journalists about modern games.
Every time I deal with UK reporters, they can only style their material around Monopoly because they simply have no other reference.
Show them the numerous US articles about how Settlers is changing things the latest is in the Washington Post for pity's sake.
Get UK journos at least knowing there are other games.
Find UK celebs who actually play Carc, TTR can i dream of jeannie board game sorry Settlers.
Just having a few people in the hobby the UK public recognise as not-freaks will go miles to change perception.
Please, put your skills, experience and talent on these tasks and do not re-invent the wheel to preach to the converted.
I would be willing to support this.
I have, on and off, been writing a blog for the past five years; a bit hit-and-miss regarding the material I have put on there, and not a lot at all lately: Still, I would be happy to help.
As much as I resent Betty Windsor's denial of equality, that's a fair point.
At least, some flunkey included it in the holiday package, but it's entirely possible Betty played it.
Gareth, try writing to Buck House on your journo letterhead to ask if Betty actually played Carc.
You should be able to find the correct person in the organisation to ask.
While I appreciate your response I can't help but disagree with almost everything you have written.
It's my firm belief that British gamers need a site which they can identify with, that gives them relevant information and an alternative opinion.
To me a website like that compliments BGG, just as the Dice Tower and others do too.
What British gamers lack is their own equivalent to those sites.
I don't see any valid argument against it.
Your assertion that building another site is a wasted effort is 1 pretty dismissive and 2 a little shortsighted.
While I'd do extremely well to match BGG, that's not something I'm even looking to do.
Like I said before, it would simply be a website which fills what I see as a gap in the market.
And no offence but your "reinvention of the wheel analogy" makes little sense.
For a start, implying that BGG is the "wheel" of board gaming websites is a little arrogant and the kind of attitude I think proves it needs friendly competition and secondly, if mankind had been happy with the wheel, we'd never have invented the aeroplane, crossed the atlantic or gone into space!
As for changing the attitude of journalists, there can't really be any better way that to start up a successful British based website to show how popular the hobby really is here.
All those suggestions of the way in which we could change people's attitudes are exactly the sort of articles which would fit perfectly with such a site.
Finally, I think one of my main aims would be not to preach to the converted.
Instead I'd hope to open up the hobby to new people here in the UK.
In the end, we board gamers should be a pretty accepting bunch.
I don't think dismissing someone's idea as "a waste of time" is really in the spirit of why we play games.
But hey, that's just my opinion.
Hi guys, I'm looking for some advice snip So what I am looking to do is to start a UK based gaming website snip Hello Gareth, I'm home from a long 12 hour work day, so please excuse my terse response.
Please do not start another site.
Apart from BGG, the best site to achieve your goals is Amazon UK.
Spend your time writing decent reviews and post them on Amazon UK.
For example: Building yet another site is a waste of effort.
What we want is content that will make sense to Brits.
Use BGG Guilds, forums and geeklists to achieve all that.
Then use external links to drive users to BGG.
Do not re-invent the wheel.
Instead, become a driver.
Away from board games I'm a journalist snip Please use your skills to place positive content into general UK media.
Write articles for woman's magazines to get over prejudices about board games being long, boring, aggressive and war-themed.
Write for Journalists about modern games.
Every time I deal with UK reporters, they can only style their material around Monopoly because they simply have no other reference.
Show them the numerous US articles about how Settlers is changing things the latest is in the Washington Post for pity's sake.
Get UK journos at least knowing there are other games.
Find UK celebs who actually play Carc, TTR and Settlers.
Just having a few people in the hobby the UK public recognise as not-freaks will go miles to change perception.
Please, put your skills, experience and talent on these tasks and do not re-invent the wheel to preach to the converted.
I think BGG belongs to everyone; More websites just dilute the well.
The community here is inclusive and international, why create a seprate British only website?
Further, if you feel that BGG does not cater for British gamers surely the solution is deeper inclusion not exclusion.
Sorry if this sounds overly critical, just passing on my thoughts.
If you want a British contribution to games reviewing, take a look at Counter magazine.
There were a few British people, but not too many.
That's the surprising bit if you are playing in Britain.
Most of the people I meet at games events in Britain are British.
The others are highly welcome of course.
See my badge for a reference to one such.
Good luck to you, but I neither see the need, nor feel underepresented.
If I did i'm not at all sure what a 'British' view on games would mean.
Good luck to you, but I neither see the need, nor feel underepresented.
If I did i'm not at all sure what a 'British' view on games would mean.
As has already been pointed out, just because you - someone who is already a board game convert - don't see the need or feel underepresented, doesn't mean there isn't a call for such a website.
You are already board old games chinese enough to know a lot about the hobby but there are literally millions in this country who don't.
I would also assume that there are those who are curious about board gaming but are overwhelmed the both the amount of information on this site and the way in which it is laid out.
Gareth, try writing to Buck House on your journo letterhead to ask if Betty actually played Carc.
You should be able to find the correct person in the organisation to ask.
Perhaps she could write a review of the game for the new site venture.
Edit: I'd be happy to help out in any way I can.
Absolutely agree with you.
It is utter nonsense to say the BGG is the be all and end all.
Although it is wonderful, BGG is definitely is VERY USA-centric.
It is absolutely insulting for anyone to suggest you are wasting your time.
Ignore their comments and Go for it if that's what you want to do!
We believe that we can work together as a Guild and as individuals to promote the hobby.
We also all connect through to BGG and add content which further enriches it.
Having said this, I would absolutely agree that it my be the best use of your skills to write great stuff about gaming for the mainstream media.
Feel free to pm me if you'd like to chat!
While I appreciate your response I can't help but disagree with almost everything you have written.
It's my firm belief that British gamers need a site which they can identify with, that gives them relevant information and an alternative opinion.
To me a website like that compliments BGG, just as the Dice Tower and others do too.
What British gamers lack is their own equivalent to those sites.
I don't see any valid argument against it.
Your assertion that building another site is a wasted effort is 1 pretty dismissive and 2 a little shortsighted.
While I'd do extremely well to match BGG, that's not something I'm even looking to do.
Like I said before, it would simply be a website which fills what I see as a gap in the market.
And no offence but your "reinvention of the wheel analogy" makes little sense.
For a start, implying that BGG is the "wheel" of board gaming websites is click the following article little arrogant and the kind of attitude I think proves it needs friendly competition and secondly, if mankind had been happy with the wheel, we'd never have invented the aeroplane, crossed the atlantic or gone into space!
As for changing the attitude of journalists, there can't really be any better way that to start up a successful British based website to show how popular the hobby really is here.
All those suggestions of the way in which we could change people's attitudes are exactly the sort of articles which would fit perfectly with such a site.
Finally, I think one of my main aims would be not to preach to the converted.
Instead I'd hope to open up the hobby to new people here in the UK.
In the end, we board gamers should be a pretty accepting bunch.
I don't think dismissing someone's idea as "a waste of time" is really in the spirit of why we play games.
But hey, that's just my opinion.
Hi guys, I'm looking for some advice snip So what I am looking to do is to start a UK based gaming website snip Hello Gareth, I'm home from a long 12 hour work day, so please excuse my terse response.
Please do not start another site.
Apart from BGG, the best site to achieve your goals is Amazon UK.
Spend your time writing decent reviews and post them on Amazon UK.
For example: Building yet another site is a waste of effort.
What we want is content that will make sense to Brits.
Use BGG Guilds, forums and geeklists to achieve all that.
Then use external links to drive users to BGG.
Do not re-invent the wheel.
Instead, become a driver.
Away from board games I'm a journalist snip Please use your skills to place positive content into board game online reviews uk UK media.
Write articles for woman's magazines to get over prejudices about board games being long, boring, aggressive and war-themed.
Write for Journalists about modern games.
Every time I deal with UK reporters, they can only style their material around Monopoly because they simply have no other reference.
Show them the numerous US articles about how Settlers is changing things the latest is in the Washington Post for pity's sake.
Get UK journos at least knowing there are other games.
Find UK celebs who actually play Carc, TTR and Settlers.
Just having a few people in the hobby the UK public recognise as not-freaks will go miles to change perception.
Please, put your skills, experience and talent on these tasks and do not re-invent the wheel to preach to the converted.
I'm amazed at all the negativity being chucked around.
I see this as a great idea and while nothing at present can compete with the BGG database I think there is plenty of scope for content that lebowski board game not reviews or endless forum arguments about which is best between Euros and Ameritrash, what games are suitable for a church outing or how to tempt spouses into playing games.
I'm also quite surprised by those who suggest that BGG is the only site we need and that it's not US centric.
I think it's blatantly obvious to users that while there is a large international contingent the vast majority of the users are from the US and therefore the overall feel of the site is very American.
Now that is fine but it does mean there is room for something different.
It would need thought but I'm sure a good, useful, fun website could be produced that would find an audience looking for something slightly different.
I can understand both sides of the argument and while I agree and disagree with some points here and there I would probably help support the site.
Although I am an American who calls England home so hopefully you will let me in on all the fun Interesting and somewhat predictable comments so far people saying that you can't beat BGG and people saying board game online reviews uk that is negative.
My view would be that another website could be interesting and useful as long as it didn't try to compete with BGG.
BGG is an astonishingly good boardgames website.
I'm not sure I'm aware of a website that does a better job of supporting a hobby.
I'd even suggest that BGG is better on boardgames than a site like IMDB is for movies.
But BGG isn't UK-centric.
So a website with UK-centric boardgaming information in a concentrated form would probably be useful and more easy for potential UK boardgamers to get into.
I think these things would be useful.
This kind of information on BGG gets pretty lost in the depth of the database.
It is there, but it is pretty hard to find.
A website that listed UK gaming clubs that welcome newcomers would be great.
A website that listed UK game stores with a googlemap would be great.
A website with European online hot deals would be source />Some of this stuff is already on BGG, but there is no way a new user could find all or maybe even any of it.
So I think there is room for a UK boardgaming website if it concentrated on these things, at least to begin with.
And for a little bit of negativity: We already have a UK guild and an England guild on BGG.
They aren't what you'd call lively.
As mentioned earlier, the magazine Counter seems to offer almost everything you need, and it's desperately crying out for a web presence, so how about seeing if you can join forces with those guys - drop me a note if you need email addresses etc - to be the web face of them?
As mentioned earlier, the magazine Counter seems to offer almost everything you need, and it's desperately crying out for a web presence, so how about seeing if you can join forces with those guys - drop me a note if you need email addresses etc - to be the web face of them?
Counter covers some of what he's trying to board game online reviews uk but it is print only, they tried web before, decided it wasn't for them, and they've explicitly stated several times since that they're not interested in going down this route.
I interviewed Stuart Dagger, the editor of Counter, last week - it's at if you fancy a look - and yes, he explicitly told me that the internet just isn't for them.
This is a shame, because the content is pretty good.
They've got some good writers, luck of the irish board game a lot of it will never see the light of day.
I do my best with The Little Metal Dog Board game online reviews uk and its accompanying blog, but would like to see another UK-centric opinion.
Just don't forget that there's a lot of people already trying to do so, and we've even got a united front in the form of the UK Gaming Media Network.
The OP came across as if there's no UK voice out there and there's a niche desperately needing to be filled.
A little bit of digging would have shown that there's actually a fair few people providing reviews, information and content in a country where board gaming is an incredibly small-scale hobby.
I'd be delighted if he started writing as I like to read the opinions of othersbut don't dismiss that which is already there.
Yes, BGG is has a large US userbase, but this is the internet - to me, BGG is without borders, bringing people from around the world together to celebrate and discuss the games we play.
Nicely said Michael, unfortunately BGG will only let me thumb you once otherwise you'd get at least 10!
Indeed; and this is something we're all trying to rectify.
Nicely said Michael, unfortunately BGG will only let me thumb you once otherwise you'd get at least 10!
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I'll be looking for as many people who would like to participate as possible, so will contact those who have expressed an interest soon.
For now, I'm going to continue to drink my body weight in water while wishing I was at home playing my new games.
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We explore explore five vibrant, portable and entertaining games that are great for throwing into your picnic basket this summer.
At its core, Tyrants of the Underdark is a deck-building game.
Rising 5: Runes of Asteros is a co-operative deduction game for 1-5 players, developed from the simple board game online reviews uk of the classic game Mastermind.
All the articles on the Zatu Games blog are written by board gamers, for board gamers!
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Ordered a title I'd played before and it arrived the next working day as promised.
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As usual the board game online reviews uk I bought from Zatu arrived promptly and as described.
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Awesome selection of the best and most up to date Games at competitive prices.
So easy to Select and Order don't forget your Coupon Code for some extra discount.
Now my GO TO place for everything Gaming.
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Zatu have easily become my go to for board games.
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Would easily buy my future games from here.
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The Catan board game comes with 19 hexagon tiles that make up the playing board. These tiles are arranged randomly at the beginning of each game, so no two games are ever the same! At the start, each player gets color-coded settlement, road and city pieces, and the overall goal is to collect resource cards to build structures around the island.


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Sure, the classic board games like Monopoly, Risk, and Battleship are still great fun. But the number of new games has exploded in the last several years as designers dream up space adventures.


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