Tag: kids

Walkin’ Through the Forest – The Adventures of Robin Hood in Review

This game is innovative. I don’t say it lightly and anyone who’s played this wouldn’t find that statement controversial. But more importantly, Michael Menzel’s The Adventures of Robin Hood has provided the best gaming experience of my daughter’s eight years of existence. And I cherished every second of it. It’s a difficult game to really…

(PG-7) Space Marine Adventures: Doomsday Countdown

Welcome to something new. This is a series I’m going to continue, for real this time, where I discuss and contemplate games as I play them with my seven year old daughter, Lila. It’s a fresh perspective and will hopefully present new ideas and philosophies I can formally share with you. So, Space Marine Adventures.…

Serious Business – A Shaky Manor Review

Blue Orange knows what’s up. This publisher has been producing children and family games for years – they even supply Chick-Fil-A with miniature versions of Spot It! and other clever sundry for their kids meals. I’d put them right up there with HABA when it comes to this category, which is about as high praise as you…