Front Page

Content

Authors

Game Index

Forums

Site Tools

Submissions

About

Latest Blogs...

W
WilliamSmith
June 09, 2022
S
Smeagol
May 20, 2022
S
sticnfrizb
December 15, 2021
S
shami
March 31, 2021
S
Sagrilarus
March 09, 2021

It's on the Wall

Member Blogs
EA
engineer Al
February 19, 2021
A
alan72
December 10, 2020
T
thegiantbrain
November 12, 2020

Bouldering

Staff Blogs
TK
The King in Yellow
July 11, 2020
Hot
M
max
July 10, 2020
J
Jexik
July 06, 2020
Hot
J
Jexik
July 02, 2020
Hot

Touch of Evil Demoted

Hot
U Updated
Touch of evil board game review

Game Information

There Will Be Games

Last night I demoted Touch of Evil. I took all the bits out of the fancy organizer boxes I had put them in and bagged them into regular old baggies. I also reclaimed the card box. Touch of Evil was then put on the shelf in the back room. Gak, this game was a huge disappointment. Just looking at the pictures of the guys wearing two jabots sets me off. It will probably go up on my for trade list when I get around to it. I always feel a bit guilty when I trade off a game that I think sucks.

The worst is that I had pre-ordered not just one, but two copies based on the strength of  Last Night on Earth and the early buzz. I gave the second copy to my brother Strider a.k.a. Douchie Boy, as a birthday gift. I hope he likes it more than we did. He might as, his gaming interests and needs are different than mine are.

One of the chit boxes was moved to my new darling, Ghost Stories. Most of my "fancy" chit boxes are found items, like the tiny sectioned case that was the packaging for some picture hanging hardware. This one was for a tiny first aid kit. It is just 5" x 3". All the chits for Ghost Stories fit in the top section, and everything else, except the ghost figures and cards fits in the bottom.

 

 

 

To set up, I just lift the top section out of the box, and it becomes the "bank." I know that sounds totally OCD, but if you like a game, it's going to get played often, and having the bits well organized makes set up and clean up that much faster. Plus, the room that we play in has an oriental carpet and an upright piano, so dumping bits out of baggies onto a table and watching as one escapes and rolls off the table is a nightmare.

There Will Be Games Touch of evil board game review

Touch of evil board game review
Shellie "ubarose" Rose  (She/Her)
Managing Editor & Web Admin

Plays boardgames. Drinks bourbon. Writes code.

Articles by Shellie

 

Touch of evil board game review
Shellie "ubarose" Rose
Managing Editor & Web Admin

Articles by Shellie

 

Log in to comment