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G*M*S Magazine

I don’t often mention other peoples websites, blogs etc and to be fair I’m not sure why.  Todays interactive communities are a big part of the board game and RPG scene.  Hardly anyone I know today will buy a game without first checking it out online for reviews, unboxings, and to get good look at what people are actually saying about it before parting with their hard earned cash.  For quite a while now there has been a link over there on the right of my pages to one such site, one where I know I will get a good honest and unbiased view – G*M*S Magazine.

I’m also a big fan of G*M*S Magazine as a result of their Kickstarter for their webshow Dice & Slice.  A show which combines my favorite things, games and food.  Dice & Slice may actually help get us off of the Doritos and Haribo, (other crispy and gooey snacks are available), and get us preparing some slightly more wholesome food to have with our games.  I did a plug for Dice & Slice when the Kickstarter was up and running (you can find it here – watch the video, its good!)  and as a result of backing that Kickstarter I got the chance to go and meet up with Paco and Martin from G*M*S Magazine and to film a game unboxing or two.  It was great fun, I learnt a lot about what it takes to make a professional looking video (and what the clapboard is really for) and I got to run my hands over a number of really good games.

The first of those games was “Odins Table” from Mindwarrior Games – “Odin’s Table” is a strategic board game where two players, (assisted by the ancient Viking gods), try to move their game pieces to the enemies fortress in order to win in a quite strategic game of tactics and bluff.  Take a look at the unboxing video and see what you think – I quite like it!

 

 

If you enjoyed the video then make sure to visit G*M*S Magazine and subscribe to their updates – you’ll get some great impartial views on games and be sure to look out for Dice & Slice, I’ve tasted one of the upcoming recipes and I’m looking forward to making it myself.

Ia! F’tagn!

Derek.