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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) (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.

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  • 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).
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Tuesday 25th of April 2023

We were playing Monopoly cheaters edition and a question was raised that we couldn't find an answer to. A player drew the card that said he could force a property trade with another player. Does he get to pick the property he wants from the other player or does that player get to pick which property they want to trade. He thought force the trade meant he could pick the property he wanted from the other player but they thought it was just the trade that was forced and they could decide which property to trade. Tears were involved!!


Wednesday 26th of April 2023

@Eric Mortensen, Thank you. We will make that decision before playing again.

Eric Mortensen

Wednesday 26th of April 2023

The rules don't specifically mention how to treat this card so I would say that the players should try to come to an agreement on how it should be handled.

Since the card allows the person to force a trade, I personally think the player that drew/played the card would get to choose what properties get traded. For example they could receive an expensive property or one they really need for one of the cheapest properties on the board (that they own obviously). Technically if you wanted to be really cruel you could interpret it that they could trade one of their properties for multiple properties from the other player. I am guessing the rule was intended to be to trade one property for one other property. I would play it this way because otherwise the card would totally ruin the game.


Wednesday 12th of April 2023

Love the games. We play them all. Question we aren't clear on. After active player closes a line using either combinations of the dice; say she closes the red line with a 12 on the white dice, can the other players use that white 12 on their red line 12 also but not get the extra point for closing? or if active player can use the 12 white on red line and a 12 color/white combo on another line to close both lines, can the other players still use the white 12 for one of their colors but not get the closing point or are those lines of colors stopped immediately and can't be used by other players? Your clarification on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Eric Mortensen

Thursday 13th of April 2023


I would like to help you with your questions. Unfortunately I don't know what game you have questions about as I have wrote posts about over 1,000 different games. If you can tell me what game you are asking about I will try to help you as much as I can.


Saturday 1st of April 2023

In life jr: when you are leaving an attraction do you have to count the space on the outside of the attraction as a space or is that your new starting space?

Eric Mortensen

Tuesday 4th of April 2023

The instructions don't specifically mention what to do in this situation so it is ultimately up to what the players decide to do.

In my opinion I would treat the attraction as part of the space that has the sign with the name of the attraction and its cost. Therefore you wouldn't need to use a movement space to move to the space with the sign.

Kim Bujak

Saturday 25th of March 2023

Hello I bought the game zero I didn’t estate sale. It does not have directions. Can you possibly mail me the directions?

Eric Mortensen

Monday 27th of March 2023

All of the instructions you need to play the game are found in my review of Zero. I unfortunately can't send you a copy of the instructions.


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?