To help celebrate our second anniversary, we've teamed up with Grand Gamers Guild to offer a giveaway!
One lucky Tabletop Bellhop fan is going to win a copy of Gorinto. [ READ MORE ]
A live unboxing of new The Lord of the Rings boardgame. Journeys in Middle Earth, the latest Lord of the Rings game from Fantasy Flight.
With Gen Con having moved into the virtual this year, the other thing that has moved to the online world is the hunt for pins!
While Gen Con has gone virtual this year the one thing that hasn't changed is the many online sales and deals that are being held in its honour. We've decided to try and gather all of these deals in one place, a sort of virtual Gen Con 2020 Coupon Book as it were.
Quodd Heroes is a rather unique board game. It's almost more of a boardgame toolkit designed to let you recreate the feel of platform and competitive video games.
One Hundred - Celebrating our 100th podcast episode. In honour of this milestone we’ve got a special retrospective segment we’re adding to the show tonight and we’re launching our next board game giveaway. Then we’re answering one of the best questions I think we’ve ever been asked. We’re still going to do a couple of detailed reviews, those will be Katana and Jaws and then I’ve got some initial thoughts on the Pathfinder Adventure Card game along with a couple of our favourite two player games in our week in review.
Telestrations Upside Drawn is a team-based drawing board game for four to twelve players. Here's a live unboxing of this new version of Telestrations from The Op.
Why? "Why" is perhaps the most important question of all. Why do people play board games? That's the question I'm going to try to tackle today, based on one of the best Ask The Bellhop questions we've ever received.
One recent change in the board game hobby is that we are now seeing a number of excellent licenced board games. By which I mean fantastic, fun to play, games that are based on an existing property. For years boardgames based on an established licence were mostly trash. Jaws is the perfect example of a modern licenced board game, a game that lives up to its name and is a great game at the same time.
Katana: Samurai Action Card Game which was self-published by Tracy Alan after a successful Kickstarter is a non-collectable card game for two players.