Board Games for Food

The board game raffle in aid of The Trussell Trust, which supports a UK-wide network of food banks, providing emergency food and support to people locked in poverty in the UK, has now ended. We sold 83 tickets, which means £373.50 (that’s after‘s 10% commission on each ticket sale) will be donated to the charity, once the winners have confirmed receipt of their winnings. Winners are being contacted now and asked for their postal address, so that we can arrange the prizes to be sent out. I will also ask winners, if they are happy for their names to be listed here, so we can list them all on this page.


Thank you for a wonderful 2019

I wanted to use this opportunity to thank everyone who supports me via Patreon, follows me on Twitter, has subscribed to my YouTube channel, follows me on Instagram, likes my LinkedIn page or who supports me otherwise. A particular thank you goes, of course, to Antoinette from Board Game Inquisition with whom I’m running the Tabletop Inquisition podcast.


Announcing Tabletop Inquisition Podcast

After a lot of work behind the scenes, I am excited to announce that Boardgame Inquisition and Tabletop Games Blog have joined forces to create Tabletop Inquisition, a topic based podcast. In each episode we’re going to tackle a different issue facing board games, the people who play them and maybe their industry.