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At Geeky Hobbies, our goal is to review and curate everything fun that is out there. Whether it is a board or card game, TV show, movie, puzzle, video game, or a new hobby or interest; we are interested in reviewing and curating anything we can get our hands on. From small indie releases to blockbuster media, we try to cover it all as best as we can. If you would like us to cover your product or piece of entertainment, feel free to drop us an e-mail. Since we are interested in almost all genres, types of media, hobbies, and interests we will most likely be willing to cover your product but we still prefer you e-mail us to make sure it is a good fit for the blog. You can e-mail us at mort(at)geekyhobbies.com (make sure to change the (at) to an @ symbol). Also feel free to e-mail us any news, press releases, questions, comments, or anything else at the same address.

For reviews and previews, we will be as fair as possible but of course we cannot guarantee a positive review. We can, however, guarantee that the review or preview will be fair. In every review and preview we do, we make sure to talk about everything we like about the product as well as the things we didn’t like or think could be improved. We will always bring up the positives but if we don’t like the product we will have to be honest with our readers.

Special notes:

  • For board, card, role-playing, outdoor, and other types of games: We accept almost all games regardless of whether they are print and play, prototypes, or final versions of the game. However, we prefer that you e-mail us when the game’s rules are mostly finalized and you have a semi-concrete release date (a Kickstarter date or a date when the game will be available for purchase). Basically, as long as the game is near completion (not in the testing stages) feel free to e-mail us whenever you like. Games that are complete (or near completion) will be reviewed while print and play, prototypes, and games that aren’t quite complete will be previewed (since it isn’t fair to give a final numerical grade to an unfinished product).
  • For video games: We love all types of games from small indie games to big releases. Feel free to send codes for games you would like us to cover to mort(at)geekyhobbies.com. Just know that since there are hundreds of games released each week, we can’t get to all of them and thus can’t guarantee coverage (or when we might cover your game). However, if we like your game we will make sure to cover it in some way. We can cover games on the following platforms: PC, PS4, Wii U, PS3, Xbox 360, 3DS, Android, and most older platforms.
  • For movies, documentaries, TV shows, anime, and other media: We accept DVDs, Blu-rays, 4K Ultra HD, screener copies (both physical and online screeners), as well as links to freely and legally available media (free documentaries and other media on YouTube, Vimeo, etc.).
  • For puzzles, hobby stuff, collectibles, other types of entertainment, and anything else you think we might be interested in: Drop us an e-mail to see if your product is a good fit for the blog. We are always willing to try new things and will probably be interested in trying out your product.

Lyn

Saturday 6th of August 2022

Why haven't the schedule updated for August 6, 2022

Crystal

Monday 25th of July 2022

This just question do add classic tv shows and cartoons to dvd/blue ray released listed? If not can please add those titles that are coming out.

Nikki

Friday 22nd of July 2022

I have a mahjong game that belongs to my grandmother its by crisloid, it's probably from around 1963 it has the original book but it is not in perfect condition. I would love to be able to provide a picture as all the tiles because these screw on pieces

Eric Mortensen

Friday 22nd of July 2022

I am not sure which version your Mahjong set is, but sets made by Crisloid seem to be uncommon/rare. In particular people seem to be really interested in Bakelite versions. If you don't know what Bakelite is, it is an older type of plastic that really isn't used all that much anymore. Because of this, games that utilize Bakelite pieces can be quite expensive. Crisloid sets can go anywhere from $50-70, all the way up to hundreds of dollars. Here is an example of some of the sets that have sold in the last 90 days.

Virginia Victor

Friday 10th of June 2022

Good day! Recently I have begun playing 'Kismet' again and just today I searched the rules that came with the game in a vain effort to find an answer to a question that arose in a game I played today: I had 2 empty boxes (the 4s in the basic section and the 4 of a kind in the Kismet area). In my previous turn I had thrown nothing that I could really place so I wrote a 0 in the Kismet box. At that turn in question (next-to-the-last) I indeed threw a Kismet (of 5s) - since there was a 0 in the Kismet box I wrote 50 in the '4 of a kind +25 as the bonus for that category for a total of 50 ... The rule book did not consider this possibility at all that I could see (i.. throwing something for which the player had already a 0 in that score box. Advice or opinion?? Sincerely, Virginia Victor

Eric Mortensen

Saturday 11th of June 2022

I will preface this by saying I am far from an expert at Kismet.

I personally interpret the rules where when you have to place a zero in a box, you are basically getting rid of the possibility of scoring that combination for the rest of the game. Therefore when you are forced to place a zero you should either place it in a combination that you don't think you will roll, or you can place it in a combination that won't score you a lot of points.

This is just my interpretation of the rules though.

Gavin

Tuesday 31st of May 2022

Hi do you have any idea what sort of money pog collections are worth? I have tried to Google some things but not getting very far. I have many unopened packs of them, an unopened watch still sealed and can't find any others online to compare to amongst various other items Thanks

Eric Mortensen

Wednesday 1st of June 2022

Unfortunately I don't know much about Pogs. Most Pogs don't seem to be worth a lot, but there are some that appear to have some value. My recommendation would be to just try to search eBay as that is likely your best option.

I am sorry I couldn't help you more.

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