|(c) Worthington Games. Used by permission|
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Sunday, May 12, 2013
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
|(c) Z-man. Used by permission|
Sunday, May 5, 2013
Yesterday was my beautiful wife Kathy's birthday, and we celebrated by having our good friends Glenn, Jeff, and Rebecca over for dinner and boardgames. We customarily get together every few months or so to socialize, most recently in November when we played Tsuro and Settlers of Catan at Jeff's house.
Friday, May 3, 2013
Today, Kathy and I played Alexandros (designer Leo Colovini, art by Grafik Studio Krüger, publisher Rio
Grande). I'd blogged some time ago speculating that this game might have a runaway leader problem, but that was not in evidence in our game today. Although I jumped to an early lead and tried to continually levy taxes to open my advantage, Kathy gamely and gradually caught up to me. She accumulated cards to knock me out of my high-earning provinces, one by one. She timed it perfectly, so that she passed me on the high end of the scoring track and maintained the tax-collecting momentum to win by a substantial 120 to 97 points.
|Kathy's green generals govern some|
high tax-earning provinces in the west