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Board Game Review: Anthelion : Conclave of Power

Button Shy Games has a stellar track record with me, packing A LOT of game into tiny packages that can fit in your pocket. To be transparent up front, I am a huge fan of their game line! When I got the opportunity to play an review their newest game, I jumped at the chance. … Continue reading

Best ‘New to Me’ Games of 2018

It is about that time – time to reflect on the year, remember all that we have done, and find the highlights and lowlights of the year. Reflection is a key piece of learning, growing, and solidifying memories. Taking time to reflect on the best gaming experience of 2018 helps me think about my participation … Continue reading

Community Board Game Night

For the past six weeks, my partner and I have hosted community board game nights aimed at providing a space to facilitate relationship building and fun. While I am definitely a board game hobbyist and enthusiast, I knew hosting board game nights for the larger community could bring many types of people into the board … Continue reading

Odd Duck Games

odd duck (plural odd ducks) (idiomatic) An unusual person, especially an individual with an idiosyncratic personality or peculiar behavioral characteristics. (Wiktionary, 2018) I do not think I have used the term Odd Duck to refer to a person before but I do use the term to refer to a selection of games that I really enjoy but do not seem, either in actuality or in my perception, … Continue reading

Top 100 Games of Right Now (80-71)

Back at it with my Top 100 of Right Now! 80. Codenames designed by Vlaada Chvátil The ‘party’ game that swept the globe! I put party in quotations because while Codenames is a group game, it may not be the best party style game. Codenames remains on my Top 100 because it reminds me of an old … Continue reading

The Board Game Workshop, Episode 31

Including All Meeples #2 is out and in The Board Game Workshop Episode 31. In this segment, I talk about intentional play testing with diverse groups of gamers. Check it out along with the other contributors! Website: http://goo.gl/CqvKYQ  iTunes: http://goo.gl/o9WQ2u  Stitcher: http://goo.gl/TuRjte  Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Isckbbki3rgxvpcvwnbb3hcu23m

Board Game Review: In Vino Morte

*As a disclaimer, I am friends with the designer of this game and first played it at a designer event earlier this year. I also think this game is a lot of fun and I think you will too! I am walking around the Granite Game Summit in April of 2017. I just finished playing … Continue reading

Finding out the Truth

When I accept books or board games to review, I do a small amount of preliminary research to see if the game, book, author, designer, publisher, etc. aligns with the values and goals of my blog. Usually I do not find much out, even in this day and age when it seems to be okay … Continue reading

Board Game Review: Leviathan

  Other than board gaming, I love to read. I’ll read almost everything – with the exception of a few genres that do not appeal to me. I will give any author a chance, including new emerging authors as well as authors who supposedly wrote the classic literature cannon. One of these authors is Herman … Continue reading

Smash Up Fan Expansion: A Response To AEG

I am pretty sure I can log on the any game convention preview list and pull out a handful of games that appropriate, stereotype, and misrepresent groups of people, particularly based on culture. This phenomenon is not new the board gaming as European and American companies who dominate the market have historically picked themes they … Continue reading

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