I feel in some ways, 2017 was a year of gluttony. Games, oh the games! 2018 feels different already. Maybe this is my “resolution” this year but I am already anxious for Labyrinth’s sale and getting rid of games I know I will not play and haven’t played in years.
2018, the year of the exodus?!
I know board games are not people. Now that is out of the way…
Some have served me well and others I just don’t think I can get to the table. I’ve actually already started by donating four games to MAGFest. I’m already thinking about what I will do when I finish Gloomhaven this year. Should I just trash it, see if someone wants to pieces it back together or use it for parts?
I can think of a million reasons to keep a game but how many reasons do I need to give one away?
Two player games might be strong on this list since I rarely play two player games. Star Wars Destiny is gone from my collection but shouldn’t Raptor and Onitama? If I can find a reason to drop a SW games, I don’t think other games are not safe.
But this is me. I have only so much space and so much time to play a game. Probably be healthy to get rid some of them. Though there is an even a bigger problem with this mindset…
Where/how do I get rid of them?