How to tafl: Articles in my review series on the tafl games
http://www.boardgamegeek.com/geeklist/27464 on the family family of games, specifically its traditional members. This is a related Geeklist in that it covers the same games, but it lists my series of reviews rather than the games themselves.
I decided to review these games because I noticed both that these generally had no reviews and much of the information posted about them was simply incorrect. The fact that I think these simply great games is an added bonus. I should note however that I initially played these games because these were public domain games playable with items and game pieces I either had or could easily make or adapt. (I discovered BGG at a time when I was barely making ends meet due to an unfortunate set of circumsatnces beyond my control.) Now, I still play them beause I find them surprisingly deep games.
This is therefore a meta-list of my reviews of these games.
The review http://www.boardgamegeek.com/thread/338969 is not strictly of a tafl game-- certainly not a traditional one anyway-- nor in this series of reviews, but the game has many similarities to tafl games.
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