300 Page Board Gaming Journal by Urban Realms
Board gaming enthusiast Tom and his wife Catherine Thrush have teamed up to provide a new journal that’s a must-have for every serious game collector!
Now keep your board gaming hobby organized with style!
Inventory –This journal helps you track inventory for 1000 games, including the name of the game, the publisher, designer, and which edition you own. You can also give each game a 0 to 5 star rating. Now you’ll always know exactly what you have, who made it, and how well you liked it.
Games on Loan – Tired of not getting your games back? We’ve added three pages to track games you’ve loaned to friends – the name of the game, who you loaned it to, and when.
Game Play – The middle section of this journal helps you track game play for over 400 games. Log the name of the game and the expansion, where and when you played. Keep track of who the players were up to 6 players. There’s also space for Win/Loss for cooperative games as well as who came in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in competitive games, and where you ranked. And a little space to keep notes on the twists and turns of the game. The 300 page journal also provide some extra space for score keeping, making more notes, doodling, or whatever you’d like.
10×10 Challenge – The challenge? Play 10 games 10 times each over the course of one year. The final section of the journal allows you to list the 10 games you picked as well as the editions. Each time you play one of those games fill in one of the 10 stars. We have room for 10 years’ worth of 10×10 challenges.
- Matte Softcover
- 8″ x 10″
- 300 Pages
- Inventory slots for 1000 games
- 3 pages of Games on Loan
- Game play space for over 400 games
- 10 years’ worth of 10×10 challenge
The Board Gaming Journal is also available in a 150 page version.
Scott A. Mohnkern –
If you’re a regular board gamer, or have a large collection, this journal is a must. Yes, you can track your games and plays on a popular board gaming site, but that’s really inconvenient a lot of the time. I keep this in my board game bag, so I can just enter games when I get them from my FLGS, or enter plays wherever I am at. Theres a 150 page version for the “Casual” gamer, and this 300 page works well for a hardcore gamer. The only down side I saw to this book was in the game inventory, there wasn’t a place for a date of purchase, and the line for Publisher was a little short.The section for recording game plays has a ton of sections that I haven’t seen in other game journals.
Brandon buchholz –
This is a great buy for those who like to look back on the scores. My family has always been the ones who jeep a notebook in each game so when opened again the last scores are right there to look back on. Now with this journal you can keep it all in one location, and even write down your own inventory of games and rate them as well. My family, Friends and I have enjoyed it since we recieved ours.
E. Avalos –
This is a nice journal and exactly what I wanted in order to organize these ever important memories. I really liked the printed on date in the back. Really made it feel special. There is plenty of room for all kinds of information. Even my non gamer family members and friends thought it was really cool. I intend to buy a couple of the smaller ones a as gifts for my friends.If you want a nice organized way to keep a bunch of game information you can’t beat this. A decent price point for a 5 star product.
The quality of this book is excellent for gaming groups or just for families who love to play boardgames. My family has been bitten by the gaming bug due to Covid, as a way of connecting with each other. We already had several games and added several new games to our collection over Christmas. We have a gameday every other weekend. Cellphones, TVs, and video games are turned off and we play for hours. My grandkids actually look forward to our game days, and this book helps us to preserve all of those wonderful memories. We especially love the pages in the back that allow you to make up your own gaming challenges to find who the overall gaming champion is. Serious gamers will appreciate this book. If you spend a lot of time playing boardgames, you need this book!
Chad and Lacey Solloway –
This product was purchased for me by my husband on kick starter. This is the second journal I have tried using. This is a handy journal for keeping track of your inventory of board games. The pages for recording the games you have played is very useful given the score pad to the side as well as the fact that it accounts for cooperative and competitive games. The material used is very good quality and highlights things that I think most people who have a significant inventory care about. Downsides I have noted the place to mark the designers isn’t large enough to accommodate multiple names unless you write very tiny.