Quinns: Oh god. OK.
Because board games age so goddamn well, running a board game site can be a bit like running a daycare centre. Those guys can’t rest because it might mean a kid getting stuck behind a radiator or someone eating a rock. We can’t rest because even if we stay on top of new games, we’re writing under the weight of every awesome game we’ve never played.
Shadows over Camelot is one such older game we need to tell you about. One of HUNDREDS. It never ends, but all the same we’re going to talk about it with the good humour of men throwing a shiny penny into a wishing well.
Or a fabled lake. Here’s a co-operative game from 2005 about King Arthur and his knights trying to save Britannia (a similarly momentous task to our own, so we sympathise) EXCEPT their quest has a twist like the deadly whip of a dragon’s tail. One player might be a traitor trying to doom the kingdom. If you can’t figure out who’s against you, or if they aren’t, all might be lost. Probably.