Back with a New Perspective

Hey friends — if you’ve been following my blog, you’ve probably noticed that I took a hiatus from posting for a while. For those who don’t know me personally, you may have been wondering where I’d gone! I apologize for ghosting without so much as an explanatory post. So here’s why: My wife and I… Read More Back with a New Perspective


Review: Santorini

On the BoardGameGeek database, a few things immediately stick out about Santorini. You might immediately notice the cutesy cover art, with the cartoon images of Poseidon and Aphrodite gazing gleefully over the picturesque town of Santorini. Or the ‘weight’ of the game as voted by BGG users, a mere 1.76 out of 5. This apparent… Read More Review: Santorini

Fan Theory: Patchwork is Set in a Dystopian Future

BGG Rank # 43 – 4/9/2017 Patchwork looks¬†like a decidedly twee game of Tetris, where two players enjoy the simple pleasures of piecing together a quilt. However, today I’m going to propose an alternate hypothesis: Patchwork is actually¬†about two knitters engaged in a cutthroat battle for survival, set in a dystopian future ruled by textile… Read More Fan Theory: Patchwork is Set in a Dystopian Future