Having fun with Cobra Paw – a game review

Having fun with Cobra Paw

Every so often we discover a game which just makes us chuckle and truly brings out our competitive sides.  As part of the Asmodee UK Board Game Club we’ve been having fun with Cobra Paw, and working on our ninja moves. The game is aimed at those aged 6 years and… Continue reading »

Dinosaur Roars with the range from Brainstorm Limited

Dinosaurs Roar with the range from Brainstorm Limited

I seem to have spent at least the last six years often visiting a prehistoric world with my son.  His love of all things from the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods has known no bounds and even as an eight and half year old, there seems no change to that in… Continue reading »

Creating stories with Dixit – a game review

Creating stories with Dixit

We’ve recently been trying out a board game with a difference and been creating stories with Dixit along the way.  We received this game from Asmodee UK as part of their Board Game Club. Creating stories with Dixit is a game aimed at those aged 8 and over, for 3-6 players.  The game… Continue reading »

Colt Express – a board game review #BoardGameClub

Colt Express

It’s no secret that my eight year old son loves his steam trains so I knew he’d enjoy the concept of Colt Express, the latest board game for us to look at for Asmodee UK as part of their Board Game Club. Colt Express is aimed at those aged 10… Continue reading »

Fletter word game – a review

Fletter word game

As you all know I am always looking for new ways to get my son reading and working on his vocabulary.  When I was approached by the team behind the Fletter word game recently, I decided that it looked like another fun way of getting my son working with words…. Continue reading »

Timeline British History – a review #BoardGameClub

Timeline British History

Luckily for me, my eight year old son seems to love learning about history as much as I always have.  He’s certainly fascinated with the Industrial Revolution and anything relating to steam.  During his time in Year Three at school he’s been learning about the Tudor period and the Romans… Continue reading »