This is the game that never ends. Yes, it goes on and on my friends. We people started playing it somewhat knowing what it was and we’ll keep on playing it forever just because… Continue reading [This Game…] Charterstone
Are you ready for PAX Unplugged? I know I am! I’ll be there the whole weekend. Anything you want me to check out and report back? let me know in the comments!
I’ll be posting some photos, maybe a livestream, and a podcast or two. *gasp* You should think about checking out the con this or next year if you can.
Join Fry and Zoidberg as Planet Expr…I mean, space travelling people around is pretty cool. First there is space and then there is helping people out. Not to mention you get rewarded for your good deeds of taking over a new planet! What’s not to love?
To Mars we go!
Everyone loves to adventure! Most of us grew up watching Indiana Jones movies and always wanted a whip and a cool fedora. So who wouldn’t want to do what Indy does in a board game, selling newly found treasures to museums and curating your personal property…wait, what?
Let’s go to our HQ to get to the bottom of this…
Doesn’t everyone dream of being a carpenter? Making floors, roofs, and walls…especially when they are full of color and many tiles. What could be better? Playing a board game of that may be better because it is quicker and less of a mess.
Let’s tile these walls!
Back in the day we didn’t have this fancy technology. No screens to stare at endlessly, no boxes of electronics to twiddle our thumbs to. We had stories (and games, shhhh) that needed to be told by campfire. They were often embellished for dramatic affect. But there is consequences to that.
In comes the nanuk!
It is time to do science. Who doesn’t love science? Well I can think of a few but let’s not answer that question. How about staying alive? Yes, we all love that! We do that on a regular basis. Let’s stay alive together.
For scienc…err life!
Nope, this is not a joke. This is 100% accurate and real. But hear me out. I have some points I make and might make you scratch your chin and say, “hmmm.” And then you can go out and get your own copy of this fine product.
My vote is yes.
Horror board game month is over, time to go back to regular games. Who doesn’t love regular board games, huh? I am breathing a sigh of relief that my selection of games to play has grown greatly. You never really realize what games you have until you limit yourself.
Hit the jump to see the events NonTraditional Board Games is doing in downtown Silver Spring. You can also click Events to be taken to the MeetUp page and sign up there.
First the mansion, then the police station & city…they are everywhere! Not to mention in my hand with this card game! Zombies, spiders, and tyrants, oh my! What a perfect match, no?
Welcome to Raccoon City!