Holiday Message

Posted by James (admin) on December 23rd, 2010

Wow, where did the year go?  As the end of the year draws near, I want to take this opportunity to thank you very much for following my blog this year.  I really appreciate your support and I hope you will join me next year for more game reviews.  Plus, I’m really excited that I will be launching a new service for the board gaming community in January too.  For now though, I shall be taking a break over the Christmas period so there may not be any new reviews over the next week or so.

What will I be playing this Christmas?  With the family: Gambit 7, Klondike, A La Carte and For $ale.  With gaming friends: Labyrinth: War on Terror and Merchants & Marauders.

Looking back, it has certainly been a packed year.  As well as dozens of new board game reviews plus the addition of iPhone game reviews to the blog, two of my company’s projects went live earlier this year with excellent results.  For those interested: One was a Flash-based game called 56 Sage Street for Barclays Bank aimed at 14-16 year olds to teach them about money matters like direct debits, debit cards, etc.  Also, I created different rounds for the J2O pub quiz (a quiz but a bit mixed-up) which launched in thousands of pubs across the UK supported by a TV campaign too.

Have a great holiday season and I hope 2011 is a special year for you,


4 Responses to “Holiday Message”

  1. Hiew Chok Sien Says:

    I have been following your blog for some time and have enjoyed the well written game reviews. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

  2. James (admin) Says:

    Thanks, Hiew. Happy New Year to you too.

  3. Board Game Josh Says:

    I hope you have a great holiday, and it’s been great following your blog. Just curious, what is your new service for the board game community? Or do I have to wait until January?

  4. James (admin) Says:

    Thanks, Josh – You too. Unfortunately, I can’t tell you more about the new service, but you’ll be among the first to know as soon as I can.

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