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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 post new board game reviews on a Wednesday, and new accessibility teardowns on a Saturday. You can also find an index of all our board game reviews

Parks review

Parks (2019)

Much like the national parks system itself, Parks the game is an absolute treasure.  And like the national parks system, you shouldn’t overlook it just because there are flashier forms of entertainment available.    It’s a gorgeous production with a straightforward ruleset that promises little and then over-delivers in spades.     Its…

Wavelength review

Wavelength (2019)

It’s a pretty great time to be a party gamer, provided that you ignore the fact that being the kind of person that brings games to a party instantly marks you out as a social deviant.   The market is full of well known and well regarded titles though, and more…

The Estates (2018)

The Estates is a well-designed game and I don’t like it.   Worse, I don’t want to like it.  That’s an awkward pitch for a review.   The last time I had a similar issue was when I reviewed Catan – a game that makes me so angry I can only play…

No Thanks review

No Thanks (2004)

The games about which people often get the most excited are the ones that look substantial.   Big, bold, beautiful games.   Thematic monsters with miniatures and rulebooks thick enough to choke an otter.  Complicated games are difficult to get right because they have so many different elements that need to be…