If you wish to contact us, please send us an email, detailing the reason why you are contacting us and a return contact email address. Our contact email address is listed at the end of this post.
If you would like to submit a copy of a board game, card game, or role-playing game, for us to review or preview you are welcome to get in touch through the form below.
Please tell us as much as possible about the game, and provide a link to the press release, website, and crowd funding page as applicable.
Please do not simply send us a review copy without speaking to us first. If you do, we cannot guarantee that a review or preview will be written for the game. Sending a game to us is not a guarantee that the game will be mentioned on social media websites, such as Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or other board game related websites such as BoardGameGeek.com.
If requested we will provide feedback to the designer or publisher as to our opinion of the game.
Please note that it takes time for post to arrive to us, and for us to play the game before reviewing it. Therefore it is important that you contact us well in advance if a review is required by a certain date.
Please note that we do not currently directly advertise games on the podcast, although the names of some games may be mentioned in passing as and when it pertains to the topic of conversation.
Print and play games should only be submitted upon prior agreement. Files must be submitted in .pdf format. They must be “manageable”, and “printer-ink friendly”, and print correctly on A4 paper with clear assembly instructions.
Unless it is otherwise agreed in advance, the sender of the game is responsible for all shipping and handling costs (including any incurred import fees).
It is also assumed that any game submitted is ours to keep and to do with what we want, regardless of whether content is produced about the game or not. In the case of a prototype game, it is assumed that a full version of the final game will also be sent to us, as outlined above.
If you are still interested in submitting your game to us, please contact us via email on:
info [at] whose turn is it anyway [dot] com
please remove the spaces and replace the words in brackets with the appropriate symbols.