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Board game reviews with an accessibility focus. Persistently controversial. Unyielding.

Meeple Like Us is producing board game reviews and game accessibility analyses aimed at mapping out the game accessibility landscape. Our intention is to build up a useful resource for those players that cannot simply take a board game down from the shelf and assume it's playable. Check out our master list for progress to date. We alternately post reviews and teardowns on Fridays. You can also find an index of all our board game reviews

Lost Ruins of Arnak review

Lost Ruins of Arnak (2020)

Merry Christmas everyone!   I bet you weren’t expecting the surprise gift of a Meeple Like Us review, but that’s only because you haven’t kept an eye on the Advent celebrational calendar.   Friday is always Review Day, except when we’re on hiatus.  And the times in the past when it wasn’t. …

Nusfjord review

Nusfjord (2017)

Uwe Rosenerg’s legacy as a game designer is remarkable.  His curriculum vitae of releases shows outstanding versatility as well as a surety of touch that has a consistency that borders on supernatural.   There are very few designers that show a range that can encompass Patchwork, Agricola and Bohnanza.    He has…

Prisma Arena (2020)

One thing I especially enjoy about looking at a new entry from Hub Games is that there’s going to be something genuinely interesting in it.   Blank is a design toolkit masquerading as a card game.  Holding On did fascinating things with theme and with representing hazy memory as a gameplay…