All of my games are finally off the floor, so I decided to take some photos of my (scattered) collection!
This is how it started, with Castle Ravenloft. None of the standard gateway games like Catan or Small World appealed to me (they still don’t) and this was the first one that actually sounded fun.
This used to be the bookcase for my DVDs and gradually the board games took over.
A friend moved to another city so I scored this cubby and put it to the left of the bookcase. I am not haunted by the ghost of a golden retriever; I’m dogsitting and she decided to dash into the room as I was taking this photo. The bags of styrofoam packing peanuts need to be taken to the Postal Annex to be recycled (because I hate just throwing them in the trash).
My main game collection is on this little table, heh. Everything is visible, I don’t have any games hidden in the back.
One day I noticed that this cupboard was empty so I decided to fill it with board games.
Everything else. I have fond memories of Lords of Waterdeep. It’s the first Euro I ever played, before I had even heard the term Euro! It’s surprisingly appealing to people who don’t normally like Euros.