|Kevingston Boardgames||Cambridge, UK|
|Kevingston n.pl. Plain, simple objects
of quality prized by the few that acquire them.
Kevingston Games design games and sell games from smaller publishers often disregarded by mass-market buyers. Games where the gameplay is valued per se, not just the profit margin. This site also aims to encourage the playing of all good boardgames regardless of manufacturer.
|Boardgame n. enthusic A scenario simulation providing an interactive group activity, exercising social, observational, numerate and planning skills in a friendly low risk environment. Excludes trivia and quiz games.||Reviews|
|Boardgame n. depressive Brightly decorated box sold at Christmas to give to someone else as a sign of something-or-other. Includes trivia and quiz games.|
|Blue Peter n. optimistic. Object created from cereal packaging and sticky tape, usually accompanied by a letter beginning with the phrase "I've invented this game..."|
|Qules n.pl. Boardgame rules, distilled down to the bare minimum to provide a memory jogger when starting a game you are basically familiar with, but need reminding of certain parameters and features.|
|Con abbr. Convention (or related event) where players of a wide variety get together to play games, because it's fun. Often suffixed to another word loosely describing the location or tenor of the convention in question. e.g "DobberCon".|
|Rolph, Kevin. fortnmumble. Editor of this site and occasional game designer.|
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