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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.

Velma

Monday 23rd of January 2023

In the action cards where it says find the butterfly… Who gets the star… The one who finds the butterfly or the person who drew the card

Eric Mortensen

Tuesday 24th of January 2023

I would be happy to try and answer your question. Can you tell me what game your question is about?

Pam

Wednesday 18th of January 2023

What is the significance of the yellow wild square on the Yahtzee frenzy game versus the white blank square?

Eric Mortensen

Thursday 19th of January 2023

I think the yellow versus white wild spaces are just a stylistic choice. Both white and yellow wild spaces should be treated the same. I think there might be cards that have two different sets of wild spaces on them. For these cards all of the dice on the yellow wild spaces have to be the same, and all of the dice on the white wild spaces have to be the same.

Ron Tamm

Tuesday 3rd of January 2023

To whom this may concern,

Do you happen to have an email newsletter that I can sign up for in regards to old and new tv shows that will get released on home DVD. If you don't have one, you might consider putting one together for collectors like myself. Let me know. Thanks and Happy New Year! Ron

Aseef

Saturday 31st of December 2022

I'm curious about what happens when the wild draw colour card is played in Uno Flip. If the player using the card in two player, shifts the colour to purple, and I already have purple in my hand, would I still need to draw until I pickup another purple or can I use one of the purple cards I have in my hand. The rules are unclear on this and every example I can find, shows the challenged player not already holding the declared colour.

Eric Mortensen

Monday 2nd of January 2023

The official rules for the game do not specifically address this situation. The official rules state "When you play this card, the next player must draw until they get a color of your choosing."

My interpretation of this is that you would have to keep drawing cards until you drew a card that matched the color chosen even if you already have that color in your hand. Since it is on the "dark side" of the card, I am guessing that the game designed it to be more punishing.

Donald Bullock

Sunday 25th of December 2022

I watched a program this afternoon around 3pm that showed an amazing sinkable ship designed to pick up oil rigs at sea and move them to a new location. Can you identify the channel it was on.

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