Everybody Wins: The Greatest Board Games Ever Made

Everybody Wins: The Greatest Board Games Ever Made

By James Wallis

The revolution in tabletop gaming revealed and reviewed, in this entertaining and informative look at over 40 years of award-winning games.

The annual Spiel des Jahres (Game of the Year) Awards are like the Oscars of the tabletop. Acclaimed British author and games expert James Wallis investigates the winners and losers of each year’s contest to track the incredible explosion in amazing new board games. From modern classics like CATAN, Ticket to Ride, and Dixit to once-lauded games that have now been forgotten (not to mention several popular hits that somehow missed a nomination), this is a comprehensive yet hugely readable study of the best board games ever made, penned by one of the most knowledgeable commentators on the hobby.

Page Count: 224pp
Genre: Non-fiction

Hardcover edition

US On Sale Date: March 14, 2023
UK On Sale Date: December 8, 2022
Hardcover ISBN: 9781839081910
Hardcover Dimensions: 254 x 254mm

Ebook edition

Global Ebook On Sale Date: December 6, 2022
ebook ISBN: 9781839081934

JAMES WALLIS is an award-winning games designer, author and critic. He has been designing and reviewing games for three decades and is best known for Once Upon a Time and The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen. James has also been a national newspaper columnist, TV presenter, magazine editor and novelist. He lives in London with his wife and 1D4-1 children.

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Everybody Wins by James Wallis

Global Ebook On Sale: December 6, 2022
US Hardcover On Sale: March 14, 2023
UK Hardcover On Sale: December 8, 2022

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