What sort of games do we play?

We enjoy a wide variety of different games, some you may have heard of, some not. The following are games that we have played and enjoyed, we hope this gives you an idea of what we like. Click on the picture next to each game to go to the Boardgamegeek page for that game.

Terra Mystica is a game with very little luck that rewards strategic planning. Each player governs one of the 14 groups. With subtlety and craft, the player must attempt to rule as great an area as possible and to develop that group's skills. There are also four religious cults in which you can progress. To do all that, each group has special skills and abilities.

Carcassonne is an absolute classic. A very simple game at heart, you simply lay a tile (jigsaw like) and if you want to you can add one of your little wooden men (meeples). The meeples let you score points when the feature (such as a road or a town) that they stand on is complete, or possibly at the end of the game.

 

However, what seems like a gentle game of landscape building is actually a nasty little game of letting your opponent do all the work then stealing the rewards.

Ever wanted to save the world? This topical co-operative game for 2-4 allows you to work together as a team to save the world from 4 infectious diseases. Keep the diseases under control and find the 4 cures before you run out of time. With three different difficulty levels (we have never even got near finishing the hard one) it offers plenty of replay value.

Infinity is a game with 28mm high metal miniatures that simulates combat and special operations in a science fiction environment with Manga aesthetics.

 

The Infinity game system is fast, spectacularly realistic and offers enormous tactical flexibility.

 

INFINITY uses a new and dynamic system that allows both players to be active during each turn.

 

Choose your army, select the best men and women to form your elite combat group, the mission vital, the hour has come!

Minutes to learn – incredibly deep gameplay - modern-design game mechanics – fully realised world – amazing miniatures.

 

After 12 months of development, Mat Hart and Rich Loxam are pleased to present “Guild Ball”, a tabletop medieval football wargame. Playing the role of the team coach, you will take control of a Guild Ball football (soccer) team and with a combination of tactics and strategy attempt to outscore your opponent whilst simultaneously trying to achieve additional secret political objectives and agendas.

Bolton

GNOME

The Next All-Dayer will be 17th September 2017!