Just in case you don’t know…

IMG_4238 On Sunday we were visited by our friends from Switzerland and France. They stayed with us for Easter and couple days after Easter. We spent 4 days gaming like crazy. We played Matagot prototype. We played Portal Games prototype. We played dry like Sahara euro games (Orleans!) and we played party games (Bausack!). We had trick taking games in play (Abluxxen!) and abstract games (Okiya), we had family games on the table (Takenoko) and we had gamers games (Nefretiti). I did not record our plays, but I’d say we played more than 40 games these past few days.


Last game night. The very last game of this breathtaking game marathon. 1812: The Invasion of Canada. Me and Merry against three of them. Team play like no other. We command American forces and talk with Merry in Polish to discuss movement of our forces and how to outsmart opponents. They command Natives, Canadians and British forces. They talk in French discussing how to crush us. We use English only for two purposes: to banter and to lower morale of the opponent. Well, Hicham (CEO of Matagot) uses English for something more. He uses it to pretend he is English officer. And I bet you can’t imagine how person with strong French accent sounds trying to speak like noble Englishman.

It was 90 minutes of pure joy. Amazing summary of great game marathon. 5 people from different parts of Europe. One table, one board, one passion.

So, just in case you didn’t know it yet… I love board games and I love you, gamers, people who share this passion with me.


3 thoughts on “Just in case you don’t know…

  1. hexanauta says:

    omg! 40 games? I thought I was a hardcore because I played like 5 games the same day lol great post, I love stories where good friends enjoy games.


  2. Sounds like a great time! How did you enjoy Orleans? Too dry?

    Our last night like that was Splendor (too dry) and Kemet (FACE SMASH) – so good company all around! ❤

  3. Fabien Conus says:

    Man, what a great time we spent with you ! Bausack was really a hit for me, as were many others (Happy Farm, which is NOT a children’s game, Palast, which deserves a new edition). And for the record, I really loved this game of 1812, me as canon fodder and Hicham as a killing machine 🙂

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