Posts Tagged ‘Cardboard Children’

Cardboard Children – Merchant of Venus

By Robert Florence on July 8th, 2014.

Hello youse.

Many thanks for watching that epic Top 50 Board Games of all time video series. I had a lot of fun doing it, and it made me revisit a lot of my favourite games. Today we’ll talk about something new. Merchant of Venus is a trading game set in space, and it’s considered a bit of a classic. Does it still stand up today? Read on.

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Cardboard Children – Rab’s Top 50 (10-1): The Video

By Robert Florence on July 1st, 2014.

Hello youse!

The list is COMPLETE. It’s my Top Ten Board Games of ALL TIME. Each one is a game that you NEED NEED NEED to own. My thanks to my 7 year old daughter for her direction of this series.

Check it out!

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Cardboard Children – Off The List

By Robert Florence on June 24th, 2014.

Hello youse.

Before my final video next week, my TOP 10 BOARD GAMES OF ALL TIME, I wanted to write about the games that I missed from the list. I’ll give you the reasons why. I’ll talk a little bit about games that will probably end up on the list at some point. Basically, these games need to be called out right here, because each one gives me a pang of hurty-hurty about why they ain’t on my list.

READ ON!

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Cardboard Children – Rab’s Top 50 -THE BREAKDOWN 4

By Robert Florence on June 17th, 2014.

Hello youse.

Okay, let’s break down numbers 20-11 on my Top 50 Board Games list. We’re close to the Top 10 now. The list is almost complete. Can you believe that I’ve realised that there are things missing from the list? Of course you can. I’m a dolt, after all. But we’ll deal with that little problem some other time. Right now – let’s BREAK IT DOWN.

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Cardboard Children – Rik Mayall

By Robert Florence on June 10th, 2014.

Rik Mayall is dead.

This column was supposed to be an analysis of my last Top 50 boardgames video, but I wanted to talk a little bit about Rik Mayall. “What does Rik Mayall have to do with board games?!” I hear you ask.

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Cardboard Children – Rab’s Top 50 (20-11): The Video

By Robert Florence on June 3rd, 2014.

Hello youse.

We’re inside the Top 20 on my amazing Top 50 board games of all time list. What will be there? Will your favourite be there? No, I’m afraid not. Ludo isn’t there.

WATCH!

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Cardboard Children – Marvel Dicemasters

By Robert Florence on May 27th, 2014.

Hello youse.

I’m taking a short one-week break from my incredible Top 50 list to bring you a REVIEW of a brand new game. Time is of the essence with this game, because the first print run is sold out, and if any of you freaks want it you’ll have to get your orders for the new print sorted out ASAP. And hey – I wouldn’t be interrupting my Top 50 if the game wasn’t worth telling you about. So READ ON.

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Cardboard Children – Rab’s Top 50: Breakdown 3

By Robert Florence on May 20th, 2014.

Hello youse.

Let’s break down last week’s Top 50 entries. Are you watching my video series? I hope so, for your sake. I’ll kill you is what I’m saying! I’ll actually cut you! I’m enjoying doing the videos. In fact – after the list is done, I might try to do a video every four weeks or so – maybe I’ll focus on one game and dig down into it. We’ll see. Anyway – THE BREAKDOWN!!

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Cardboard Children – Rab’s Top 50 (30-21): The Video

By Robert Florence on May 13th, 2014.

Top 50 boardgames.

Hello youse!

We’re at 30-21 on my list of the BEST BOARD GAMES EVER. Watch the reveal video! And then, next week, I’ll dig into these games a bit deeper. And then we’ll be into the TOP 20. How exciting is that?

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Cardboard Children – Rab’s Top 50: Breakdown 2

By Robert Florence on May 6th, 2014.

Hello youse.

I could have predicted this. I could have predicted that by the time I was a couple of videos into my now-legendary Top 50 Board Games of ALL TIME list, I’d be starting to have second thoughts about my chosen games. It doesn’t help that I’m playing games all the time, and good ones, and now I’m constantly beating myself up with – “And THIS isn’t on my list? Idiot!”

Anyway, let’s look at my latest entry, in a little bit more detail. I’ll panic next week.

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Cardboard Children – Rab’s Top 50 (40-31): The Video

By Robert Florence on April 29th, 2014.

Hello youse!

It’s the big reveal video of numbers 40-31 on my TOP 50 Boardgames of ALL the TIMES list. I do hope you enjoy it. Next week I’ll dig into the games in a wee bit more detail. For now – go see what’s made the list!

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Cardboard Children – Rab’s Top 50: BREAKDOWN 1

By Robert Florence on April 22nd, 2014.

Hello youse.

Never let it be said that I don’t listen to feedback. After the first part of my Top 50 list last week, quite a few people asked that I go into a little bit more detail on the games I selected. So, here’s the plan – the week after each part, I’ll do an analysis piece talking about the games that are in the list. That means that this week I’ll be revisiting last week’s video to look at my choices. Next week – the next part of the list. The week after – analysis of THAT part. The video will be for the reveal and the light description, and the follow-up piece will be for more talk about the games. You dig?

Also, I don’t need to be all PG-friendly in these in-between columns, because my wee lassie ain’t directing them. BOOM!

HEY, IT WAS YOUR IDEA.

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Cardboard Children – Rab’s Top 50 (50-41): The Video

By Robert Florence on April 15th, 2014.

Hey youse.

Please enjoy the first bit of my Top 50 Boardgames of All Time video. I tried to keep it as brief as possible. 50-41 this week. My 7 year old daughter directed it. Please enjoy.

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