Things you need for a tournament

By Heidi, 2015-04-01 16:20

So you have finally got a deck you are happy with and are ready to take the first few steps into the world of tournament play? But where do you start and what should you bring?

As part of our question and answer series of blogs we wanted to discuss things we suggest you bring to a tournament. What to bring is a question we get asked a lot by both new and older players to tournament play so here is our top eight things to bring!


Qwirkle Review

By Dan Vasile, 2015-03-23 11:59

This week I wanted to talk about a game that is a favourite of Imagination Gaming and one that is rapidly becoming a firm favourite with the IQ Games crew – Qwirkle.

This colourful game is quick to play and very easy to learn. Consisting of one hundred and eight small squares with six different colours and six different shapes this game is very colourful and feels very solid.


Monthly Update - March

By Dan Vasile, 2015-03-12 17:31

March sees the release of the new Magic the Gathering set Dragon's of Tarkir! I really enjoy 'new set' time with spoilers trickling out and creating a great buzz around the game. It's great to hear players all talking about the new cards and  coming up with decks ideas. We will be holding a number of events to celebrate the release with 3 pre-release events and 3 full days of release drafts! I really enjoy running pre-release and release events, seeing all the players excited to get hold of new cards and putting them together in a sealed, draft or standard deck is great. 


The Castles Of Mad King Ludwig Review

By Dan Vasile, 2015-03-06 17:05
The Castles Of Mad King Ludwig Review

Who doesn't love castles? King Ludwig II of Bavaria having built Neuschwanstein – the castle behind the inspiration of the Disney theme park castles -among others, adores them and now he has commissioned your deft hands to build the biggest, most impressive castle ever to be built – subject to his ever-changing whims.

Castles of Mad King Ludwig is a 1-4 player game with variations for the number of players.


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