These days it is hard to find someone who hasn’t heard of the card game Cards Against Humanity, whether it is from playing the game or the moral objections based on the cards within its box. It hit at the “right” time and now it is almost everywhere. It all started on Kickstarter and now another company has a replacement product for those tired of their friends suggesting to play CAH.
Amongst the greatness that is wandering the Main Hall and Expo Hall of Origins Game Fair 2016, there are tournaments. When you aren’t busy demoing games, buying games, or checking out accessories, you can jump into one of their many tournaments if you have the tokens!
CJ and I decided to partake in a Blood Rage Tournament since he mildly likes it. And what happened?
NonTraditional Board Games will be at Origins this year. Myself, CJ, and friends will be roaming around Thursday through Saturday checking out games, playing games, and talking about games. So if there is anything you want us to check out for you or think we should pay attention to, let us know in the comments or send an email out to us.
The next episode of I Can Deal will be recorded during that time as well, please forgive the wait.
Just when you thought being a gnome in a creaky submarine was bad, everything that could go wrong is about to happen! On the bright side, help is on its way. Will they arrive in time to save the crew or will the forces of nature and decrepit sub spell doom for everyone?
Go under (the post) for a look at Red November.
This week’s game is from the studio of Red Raven Games. What’s even more stand out is that the guy who designs all of the games from this company also creates the artwork for it. Solid games and gorgeous art, what more can you ask for? Let’s take a look at Above and Below.
Magic: The Gathering almost feels as old as Dungeons & Dragons these days. Both deal with ancient medieval times of knights, warriors, wizards, and maybe a dragon or two and both are owned by the same company. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could merge the two together? Well it seems your wish has been granted!
International Tabletop Day is upon us! April 30th, many retailers will be hosting events and so will NonTraditional Board Games at the Silver Spring Library. We have some goodies and a few games to play so hit the jump for more details.