Clash of Chaos and Confetti #25: King of Tokyo

The Premise and Standings Each week we’ll face off in a best of three series playing a different board game from our collection.  The winner claims the moniker of C&C Clash Champ for the week.  The loser can consider themselves stomped.  The lesser player also gets to choose the game for the next week. WeContinue reading “Clash of Chaos and Confetti #25: King of Tokyo”

Clash of Chaos and Confetti #24: Mountain Goats

The Premise and Standings Each week we’ll face off in a best of three series playing a different board game from our collection.  The winner claims the moniker of C&C Clash Champ for the week.  The loser can headbutt a rock.  The lesser player also gets to choose the game for the next week. WeContinue reading “Clash of Chaos and Confetti #24: Mountain Goats”

Bonded with a Boardgamer

There are many elements that contribute to a solid and healthy relationship.  We here at Chaos and Confetti in no way claim to be relationship experts or love gurus.  However, we do have a little bit of experience under our belts.  We’ve been in a relationship for about six years and married for almost four. Continue reading “Bonded with a Boardgamer”

Clash of Chaos and Confetti #23: Bananagrams

The Premise and Standings Each week we’ll face off in a best of three series playing a different board game from our collection.  The winner claims the moniker of C&C Clash Champ for the week.  The loser feels rotten and overripe.  The lesser player also gets to choose the game for the next week. WeContinue reading “Clash of Chaos and Confetti #23: Bananagrams”

Clash of Chaos and Confetti 22: Bears vs. Babies

The Premise and Standings Each week we’ll face off in a best of three series playing a different board game from our collection.  The winner claims the moniker of C&C Clash Champ for the week.  The loser can take a hike in the woods.  The lesser player also gets to choose the game for theContinue reading “Clash of Chaos and Confetti 22: Bears vs. Babies”

Review: MicroMacro: Crime City – Full House

Review – MicroMacro: Crime City – Full House Website Link – https://www.micromacro-game.com/en/index.html (there is a free demo on the website if you want to test the game out!) Amazon Affiliate Purchase Link – https://amzn.to/3NRBvBx  Price – $34.99 (currently on sale on Amazon for $29.50) Disclaimer: we purchased the game with our own money, this reviewContinue reading “Review: MicroMacro: Crime City – Full House”

Clash of Chaos and Confetti #21: Splendor

The Premise and Standings Each week we’ll face off in a best of three series playing a different board game from our collection.  The winner claims the moniker of C&C Clash Champ for the week.  The loser feels a little less shiny.  The lesser player also gets to choose the game for the next week.Continue reading “Clash of Chaos and Confetti #21: Splendor”

A History of Board Game Organization: Part I

Chaos here! Like many others, board games first entered my life in the form of the “classics:” Monopoly, The Game of Life, Chess, Checkers, Trouble, and similar fare.  Occasionally these games helped fuel family nights before going back to the bottom of my bedroom closet, where they sat stacked, patiently awaiting their next call toContinue reading “A History of Board Game Organization: Part I”

Clash of Chaos and Confetti #20: Innovation

The Premise and Standings Each week we’ll face off in a best of three series playing a different board game from our collection.  The winner claims the moniker of C&C Clash Champ for the week.  The loser can go kick rocks.  The lesser player also gets to choose the game for the next week. WeContinue reading “Clash of Chaos and Confetti #20: Innovation”

Review: Batman: Everybody Lies by Portal Games

Review – Batman: Everybody Lies by Portal Games Website Link – https://amzn.to/3GcpJin (Amazon Affiliate Link) Price – ​​$50.00 Disclaimer: we purchased the game with our own money, this review is not sponsored. All thoughts are our own. The Product: The original Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game came out in 2018 and since then PortalContinue reading “Review: Batman: Everybody Lies by Portal Games”