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Persistently controversial. Bad to the board.

Meeple Like Us is engaged in mapping out the accessibility landscape of board-games, providing comprehensive accessibility teardowns of popular titles. The intention is to build up a useful resource for those players that cannot simply take a game down from the shelf and assume it's playable. Check out our master list for progress to date. We post new reviews on a Wednesday, and new teardowns on a Saturday.

Karuba review

Karuba (2015)

Do you like archaeology?  You do? What about bingo?  You do?  That’s absolutely smashing because boy do I have a game that’s going to scratch all kinds of your itches in all kinds of your crevices!  Warning though, there is a non-zero chance that I will misspell this game as…

Mr Jack Pocket review

Mr Jack Pocket (2010)

I’ve reached the point in building my board-game collection where the size of a box is as much a factor in purchasing as the game itself.  That’s what led me to buy the diminutive Mr Jack Pocket – I had the urge to splurge and shelf space is at a…

Roll through the ages review

Roll Through The Ages (2008)

I can’t tell you how many hours I’ve poured into the Civilization computer games over the years. When the mood takes me, I lose days – literal, actual days. Like – spans of twenty four hours. You know, the passage of time. I’m not taking metaphoric…

Jamaica review

Jamaica (2007)

Remember how in the Merchants and Marauders review I said I couldn’t be trusted to hold an appropriately dispassionate view on a game about pirates? That remains as true here as it was there. Any game that adds in swords and swashbuckling adventure starts off with a hefty…

Meeple Like Us at UKGE

UK Games Expo 2017

Are you heading to the UK Games Expo this year?  If you answered yes, then you might find us there!   Myself and Mrs Meeple will be wandering around, looking lost and aimless, as we face a new and unfamiliar environment.  This is, for both of us, our first gaming convention.  Wheeeeeee!…