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Meeple Like Us is engaged in mapping out the accessibility landscape of board-games, providing comprehensive accessibility teardowns of popular titles. The intention is to build up a useful resource for those players that cannot simply take a game down from the shelf and assume it's playable. Check out our master list for progress to date. We post new reviews on a Wednesday, and new teardowns on a Saturday.

Last Will review

Last Will (2011)

A review copy of Last Will was provided by Czech Games Edition in exchange for a fair and honest review. Back in the eighties there was a Richard Pryor movie called Brewster’s Millions.   It was mostly a typical comedy vehicle of low-grade sexism and shallow social commentary.  It was likely…

Exit The Game Review

Exit: The Game (2016)

There has been a veritable explosion of games in the ‘escape room’ genre over the past couple of years.  We’ve already reviewed Unlock, and it would be a good idea for you to go read what we said about that before digging too deeply into our views on Exit.  Simply…

The Resistance review

The Resistance (2009)

A few days ago (at the time of writing – many months ago at the time of publishing) I had the opportunity to drop into Dundee and Angus College to play games with a bunch of students on the HND in Computer Games course.   D&A is where Mrs Meeple works…

Super Motherload (2015)

A review copy of Super Motherload was provided by Roxley Games in exchange for a fair and honest review. I confess I had no idea that Super Motherload was a thing, certainly not a thing successful enough to spawn off a tie-in boardgame.  And yet, my diligent research (a lazy…