||An intriguing site offering software that enables you to create your own board games to play on the computer. Choose your own game board, create
question/answer game cards, and customize your game by choosing the music, font, and much more.
||An absolutely fantastic database driven game
resource. I've lost count of the number of times
I have referred to it.
||A professional site that looks as if it will
be a good resource for games enthusiasts
(including board gamers)
Pagina: a Dutch site
||Lots of links to other sites, categorised by
game (e.g. Subutteo) or genre (racing games)
||Another good resource for the prospective
||Not quite every rule, but a fair
||A directory of board games.
||Along with BoardGameGeek, this is (probably)
the primo web site for "German games".
||GamesChamp provides tips on winning at games. These are (thus far)
exclusively family classics like Boggle, so don't expect an in-depth strategy
guide to Puerto Rico.
||Not updated for some time now, this was a
trailblazer in its day, popularising Germany
style games in the USA. Lots of old stuff is
still on the site which is worth reading for an
||Alan Poulter's web site for hex wargamers
of the Solent
||A club web site and rather a good one. These
guys seem organised. Worth checking out if you
are in the Portsmouth area and are in to RPG, CCG
and three letter acronyms.
||Comprehensive bilingual (German/English)
and Educational Computing
||A "mathemagical" page of puzzles
and teasers, plus computer programming
else's links page
||Just in case we've missed anyone, check out
the Manchester games club Manowar's links
100 Board Games
||Aaron Fuegi's web site contains an ongoing
poll to find the best board game of all time.
Fascinating stuff, even if Breaking Away didn't
quite make it into the top 100 (close at one