I am George and right now you are on my blog. No matter how you came across it, I hope you’ll have a good experience while staying here.
I’ve played games since I was a young child, but it wasn’t anything special for me. I used to play Monopoly, Scrabble and Rummikub with my parents and friends and that’s pretty much all about it. it wasn’t until a couple years ago that I realized I actually love these games and they became a part of my day to day activities.
It all started on December 30th, 2018, during a visit to my girlfriend’s house. She and her brother have a small collection of games she had told me about before and I was really interested in seeing it.
The first game that we tried was Pandemic, and I just couldn’t help myself but fall in love with the adrenaline rush that you get during the final moments of the game when you draw a card and wish for it not to be that one card that would ruin everything. The variety of emotions that game put me through was something new to me and I never thought that a game could do that to me.
Next games that we played were Carcassonne and Betrayal at House on the Hill. I loved (and still do) both so much that I ended up buying Betrayal at Baldur’s Gate for my birthday and then Carcassonne a couple months later.
Since then, I’ve slowly started my own collection of games and also began reading more and more about different board games and learning strategies.
Now, not a day goes by for me without playing something or reading about a game. Big chance is, if you come say hi to me, you’ll either find me scrolling r/boardgames or reading about a game on BoardGameGeek.
I decided to start this blog out of pure passion for these games and because I thought that it would be nice to share my experiences with other enthusiasts.
Thanks for passing by and I would like to invite you on a ride through the wonderful world of board games!
If you’re interested in contacting me, do not hesitate to send me an email at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kibbu – Ticket to Ride: Europe photo
Chris Barnard – Betrayal at House on the Hill photo