Links for Gamers
At terminalcitygamers.com you'll find actual and complete game information (f.e. upcoming releases at Essen games fair), reviews, session reports and more.
At Brett & Board of Mik Svellow you'll find actual and complete games information especially about new releases at Essen games fair.
The Games Journal is a monthly web-based publication with articles about boardgaming in general and reviews about specific games. Unfortunately my english isn't good enough to read all articles of this magazine.
boardgamegeek.com is a very good english language database for games (rules, faqs, reviews, variants, session reports,...)
Luding is a very good database for games especially for german games (german and english language)
http://www.uk-gamerz.com is a clearly arranged game database (CCG's, RPGs, Boardgames, Wargames, LiveRoleplay, PBEM Figures). They've rules translations and very good: the events calender
At Kulkmann's G@mebox you'll find many reviews.
The Gaming Dumpster / Sacred Chao Games of Frank Branham is a very good ressource for reviews and rules translations.
"The Game Cabinet is a ... games magazine distributed exclusively on the World Wide Web. The magazine primarily covers family, beer and pretzel, and strategy games with an occassional nod to war games, miniatures, and roleplaying games...
http://www.pagat.com/ is the main card games site.
And this is for brain and body:
Alva ist a small but very nice tactic game of Alvydas Jakeliunas.
Spiele von Doris und Frank: english website of a small but wellknown german game company.
Winsome Games: You like railroad games ? You're designing railroad games ? You should visit it's site.
(more links in german)
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