NYE was celebrated with LotR, Batman and a couple turns of Pathfinder. The W00tstout kicked in and we got too sleepy to continue Pathfinder.
Today was spent visiting a friend in San Francisco and trying new games, King of Tokyo, Doctor Who and Ticket to Ride Europe.
it’s been a game-filled holiday and we wouldn’t have it any other way.
This game makes me so happy
I went to the Silverball Pinball Museum today in New Jersey, and they have machines from over 50 years ago that you can play!!! One of my personal favorites - A Classic Who machine!!!!!!!!! The pinball was released from the TARDIS, and you had to battle the Daleks and the Master :) and if you got a pinball in each spot on the Time Expander, (which I did :D ) It popped up! IT WAS EPIC.
Did you know that said section is full of things that are fun and things that are games and things that are both?
When we browsed BBCAmericaShop earlier today, we didn’t notice this. Until we did.
Roll the dice and build your intergalactic empire as you move your Doctor Who game pieces around the board. Will you win with help from UNIT and Torchwood? Or lose with flack from Daleks and Cybermen? Includes sonic screwdriver, scarf and bow tie pieces, plus 22 classic episodes with all 11 Doctors. Your guaranteed Chance for hours of fun playing the world’s best-loved board game, now in this special 50th-anniversary Doctor Who Collector’s Edition.Update: now on backorder. You all work fast.
Like the TARDIS, the PS3 is “bigger on the inside,” capable of holding an entirely new Doctor Who adventure within its slim casing. The BBC announced that Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock will be released “globally” on PlayStation Network Wednesday, May 23, and in UK retail the following Friday. “We really appreciate your patience as we’ve been making sure the game is perfect for all you eager fans,” said executive producer Simon Harris, referencing the two-month delay of the game, which made the title unfortunately ironic.
The brief announcement on the PlayStation Blog did not offer any release dates for the announced PC or PlayStation Vita versions.
via Doctor Who Facebook:
The PlayStation Network blog recommends Doctor Who:The Eternity Clock as 1 of the top 12 games to play this year! Here’s an image exclusively for you!