The sixth issue of Senet, the independent print magazine “about the craft, creativity and community of board gaming”, has just launched.
Features include an exclusive conversation with Ticket to Ride creator Alan R. Moon; a deep dive into dexterity games, including interviews with the creators of Flip Ships, What Next? and Jenga; a look at the epic visions of artist Miguel Coimbra, for games like 7 Wonders, Small World and Fuji Koro, and previews of upcoming titles including Spire’s End: Hildegard, Forests of Pangaia and ADELE.
Advertisers include Ultimate Guard, Coiledspring, Ravensburger, Big Potato, Hall or Nothing Productions and Out Of Town board-game cafe.
Co-founded by James Hunter (formerly The Times/The Sunday Times) and Dan Jolin (Empire), Senet is devoted to all things tabletop, and promotes gaming “as an art form”. It has readers in the UK, USA, Canada, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Finland and Indonesia, among other countries.
To buy issue 6 (or purchase a subscription for a Christmas gift?), visit senetmagazine.com. You can also place pre-orders for Issue 7 and get hold of back issues.