Here’s Mr Jones making a guest appearance during a recent game of Cat Tower. Unfortunately, like our experience with Colt Express, he doesn’t really get the rules. If anything, Jones seems to think that the purpose of Cat Tower is to storm in like some feline Godzilla, wreaking destruction and havoc wherever you go. Still, at least somebody had fun. Continue reading “Let’s Play: Jones and Cat Tower”
As a cat lover there’s nothing I enjoy better than stacking my 42 cats. Sometimes I stack them in a really tall tower, which is good. Sometimes they fall over, and then you just have cats all over the place. Sometimes I stack some of the cats upside down, just because I want to. Some of my cats are really fat and lazy, and stacking them leads to all manner of unforeseen consequences. But as every cat lover knows, cats are notoriously resistant to being stacked, which makes cat stacking a difficult and time-consuming exercise.
Fortunately, I can now indulge my love of cat stacking with IDW’s Cat Tower. Continue reading “Review: Cat Tower”
Following yesterday’s Let’s Play of Colt Express, here’s some bonus footage of Jones talking about why he loves the game so much. He also takes time to give us his thoughts on board games in general, his philosophy on life and a host of other things.
Colt Express is Mr Jones’s favourite game. Forget that he doesn’t know the rules. Forget that he doesn’t even care about the rules. Colt Express has bright-coloured meeples just waiting to be pawed around the table — they’re practically asking for it. So sit back and enjoy Shady Baron’s Colt Express ‘playthrough’.
Continue reading “Let’s Play: Jones and Colt Express”
Inspired by our earlier review, and aided by some appropriate mood music, Andrew and Chaussie Cat play a quick game of Love Letter. Continue reading “Let’s Play: Chaussie Cat and Love Letter”