The Norwich Bulletin (CT) has posted a story about families finding fun with Eurogames. I like to see articles like this exposing the general public to the rich and rewarding world of boardgaming. Being marinated in games it’s humorous to see adjectives like “massive” used to describe a collection of 70 games. To the general public, 70 boardgames would be massive given that most homes have, at most, 6-10 games gathering dust in the closet or basement. 70 games would be ludicrous. But my collection, currently hovering at 100 pales in comparison to most “gamer geeks”. My collection is ultra tiny and I even run the risk of being called a poser!