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T.I.M.E Stories: Expedition: Endurance Review

posted by Steven Tudor No Comments<p>I have been a big fan of T.I.M.E Stories. At the time of its release the Myst style puzzles, accompanied by amazing …

Storytelling

Potion Explosion App Review

posted by Steven Tudor No Comments<p>So let's get this straight; Potion Explosion is a board game, based on a mobile app that now been turned into a …

Apps

Planetarium Review

posted by Andy Lewis No Comments<p>A few months ago when I took a peek at Eclipse: New Dawn for the Galaxy, I may have let slip that I was a student of …

Astronomy

FAITH RPG, Airecon and The City of Kings

posted by Steven Tudor No Comments<p>On their return from Airecon, the boys have put together a bumper episode of tabletop gaming goodness. We start by …

RPGs

Board Game Room 101 at Airecon

posted by Steven Tudor No Comments<p>At Airecon, Andy joined a group of UK board game media creators to discuss which aspects of the tabletop gaming …

Board Games

Magmeda Monsters Kickstarter Review

posted by Andy Lewis No Comments<p>It was Forrest Gump who famously said “Life is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re going to get”. …

Fashion

City Of Kings Kickstarter Review

posted by Andy Lewis No Comments<p>For those of you who are avid listeners of, or even simply tolerate the Polyhedron Collider podcast, you’ll know that …

RPGs

James Hudosn and The Grimm Forest

posted by Steven Tudor No Comments<p>Its time, yet again, for another dose of board gaming chat. Jon is off biking, or some other strenuous activity …

TV Series

CMON Announces A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game

posted by Steven Tudor No Comments<p>CMON (apparently, we’re not allowed to call them Cool Mini Or Not anymore and must refer to them as See-Mon) have …

Game of Thrones

DOOM vs Adrenaline Face Off

posted by Andy Lewis No Comments<p>It’s a reasonably well known fact that certain kinds of media don’t transfer well into other formats. In fact, in …

Game Development

Adrenaline Review

posted by Andy Lewis No Comments<p>Way back in Days of Yore, when Settlers of Catan ruled the great board game wildlands and Facebook was something …

Gaming

Andy guests on We're Not Wizards

posted by Steven Tudor No Comments<p>Andy makes a visit to We're Not Wizards as a guest on their podcast. Go give it a listen.

Our Favourite Games

posted by Steven Tudor No Comments<p>Its episode 20 and the Polyhedron Collider’s One-Year anniversary, so we thought we would take a break from our …

Podcasting

Ave Roma Review

posted by Andy Lewis No Comments<p>One of the more surprising facts about me is that I had a “Classical Education”. That doesn’t mean I sat around …

Talisman is Coming Back!

posted by Steven Tudor No Comments<p>With the split between Game Workshop and Fantasy Flight Games coming into effect in a few days (you will no longer …

Cavern Tavern, Superhot and Elemenz

posted by Steven Tudor No Comments<p>Jon, Steve and Andy are back and ready for some chat about board games. First off we look forward to Airecon and …

Airecon 2017 - We will be there and so should you!

posted by Andy Lewis No Comments<p>We all know that 2016 was a bit of a git of a year. With more celebrity deaths than a nuke at an Academy Awards …

SUPERHOT The Card Game Kickstarter Review

posted by Steven Tudor No Comments<p>Superhot must be one of the most mind bending video games of recent years. It's a game where time only moves when …

Cavern Tavern Review

posted by Andy Lewis No Comments<p>Anyone who read our Beer Empire review will know that the chaps here at Polyhedron Collider are partial to the …

Imhotep Review

posted by Andy Lewis No Comments<p>Cats are wankers. It’s a simple truth. Their cute, furry façade is little more than a thinly veiled cover for their …

New Angeles, Santorini and Games We're Looking Forward to in 2017

posted by Steven Tudor No Comments<p>Steve and Andy grab some mics and bring you another dose of board game chat. We discuss the business negotiation …

20 Awesome Looking Board Games Coming in 2017: Part 2

posted by Steven Tudor No Comments<p>Not too long ago we listed the first half of our 20 Awesome Looking Board Games Coming in 2017 and we are here …

Board Games

20 Awesome Looking Board Games Coming in 2017: Part 1

Time has rolled round yet again, the year has been reset and by the time you read this most people's New Year’s resolutions will have been broken. …

Gaming

My Most Played Games of 2016

Every year I like to look back at my gaming habits. The theory is that even though its normal to look at the best games of the previous year (which I …

Gaming

The Polyhedron Collider Cast Episode 17: DOOM, Mech vs. Minions and Timeline

We kick off the New Year with by kicking some demon butt in Doom: The Board Game, we investigate the hype of Mechs vs. Minions and realise we know …

Board Games

DOOM: The Board Game Review

For those of you swimming around inside your father’s scrotal cavity in 1993, the DOOM series has been a benchmark for FPS titles (First Person …

Gaming

The 10 Best Board Games of 2016 (that I have actually played)

It’s that time of year yet again where we take stock of what has been before and look forward to what yet may come. I’ve already discussed some of my …

Game Design

The Polyhedron Collider Cast Episode 16: The Best Games of 2016 That We Have Played

It’s the end of the year, so between filling their bellies with roast turkey and figgy pudding and the inevitable hangover that follows New Year and …

TV

Timeline: British History Review

You would think with a name like Tudor I would have a greater interest in history. Apart from a half-baked attempt at finding out if I am a …

Gaming