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Robin Lees

Robin has been playing board games all his life. However it was only in about 2008 that he finally accepted and released his inner geek. Since then his collection of games has grown immensly, much to his wife’s dismay.

Robin is the co-designed a few board games, including; Beyond Baker Street, The Little Monster That Came For Lunch And Stayed For Tea, and coming soon: The Throne Of Allegoria.

He also enjoys play testing other people’s games, and proof reading their rule books.

Robin currently lives in Denmark, which means he can actually drive to Essen!
You can follow Robin on twitter: @RMBLees

The last 5 games Robin played were:

Pack O Game 2 Boxes

Preview: Pack O Game 2

Perplext’s Pack O Game is back on Kickstarter. Following a very successful 2014 Kickstarter campaign that raised over $50,000 and allowed the …

Welcome to 2015

Welcome to 2015. The end of the year, and the birth of a new year, is a time for reflection and change …

Alchemists Box Cover

Review: Alchemists

Alchemist’s is a deduction game from Czech Games Editions, which utilizes Smart phone technology and worker placement mechanisms, where player’s take on …

Dead Drop Game Box Cover

Preview: Dead Drop

Dead Drop is a game that involves elements of memory, deduction, and crafty maneuvering. As secret agents working for different organizations, players …

Five Tribes Box Art

Review: Five Tribes

Designed by Bruno Cathala, Five Tribes builds on a long tradition of German-style games that feature wooden meeples. Here, in a unique twist on the …

5 Pack O Games

Preview: Pack O Game

The very first thing you’ll notice about Chris Handy’s (Cinque Terre) Pack O Game is the size. Each complete game of 30 …

yardmaster logo

Preview: Yardmaster

A look at the soon to be released on Kickstarter, Ion Award winning game Yardmaster, published by Crash Games, designed by Steven …