Lost Game Safari
- Thom Denholm(thomcat)United States
Quoting issue #70 of Knights of the Dinner Table:Recommend
"Every four weeks (on the first Saturday of the month to be more precise) Noah and I drop what we're doing and meet for our in-house Games Day along with four or five other gamers.
Now, I've been personally observing Games Day for four years now and I've noticed a recurring pattern. Someone will bring in an old ratted up copy of their favorite game the rest of the group has never heard of. The game of course, turns out to be awesome and by the time the winner has been decided we are all proclaiming 'I MUST own this game!' Sadly it turns out that most of these games have long been out of print and no longer available.
Lost Game Safari is a column devoted to ferreting out such games and helping you put your sights on them. If you happen to know of the existence of other 'Lost Games' you think our readers would be interested in, let us know."
Starting in issue 70, this column continues to this day, highlighting games of all kinds. As I add articles to Knights of the Dinner Table magazine, I'll add the Lost Game Safari games to this list. This is the only way a board game can link to a magazine - currently.
Your comments and observations welcome!
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