If you are attending BGGcon this year, the annual “gamer focused” convention put on by BoardGameGeek.com, we have some exciting news for you today! We’re going to be giving away 6 copies of Sheriff of Nottingham!
Many gamers are looking forward to this Friday, the official street date for the highly anticipated, Sheriff of Nottingham! As many of you know, we have had a few promo cards available, through different means, leading up to this auspicious event. As such, we wanted to take a moment…
Everyone is getting ready for the release of the Sheriff of Nottingham this Friday, the 14th, including, our good friend, Rodney Smith, at Watch It Played! If you haven’t had a chance to learn the rules or Sheriff of Nottingham, there is no better time than the present.
Every year our good friend Tom Vasel from The Dice Tower provides a list of his 100 favorite games. Mage Wars has consistently risen and stayed high on his list and this year is no difference as we rank #4 in the top 10! Additionally, Sheriff of Nottingham debuts at #33 on the list!
The chaps at SU&SD are some of the best board game reviewers on the internet and once again, they show why, as they look at Sheriff of Nottingham! They provide entertainment, insights, and exciting overviews of some of your favorite games, and today, they are taking a look at the Sheriff in their series, “The Opener”.
As some of you may have heard, the west coast port is dealing with major issues, impacting all imported goods coming into the US. As such, Sheriff of Nottingham has been affected by these issues and is moving slower than expected through the customs system.
At Gen Con 2014, Alexander West came into the Mage Wars tournament with a plan, and conquered, decisively. How did he do it? This week, Alexander joins Rick Perez and Aaron Brosman to discuss his thoughts on the tournament, Mage Wars the game, and his style!