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.
Continue reading November 2018 MeetUp
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!
Continue reading [These 35 Games] Resident Evil: Deck Building Game
Roaming the lands is a great evil that will try and destroy Farrenroc. But we must protect it; whether it be from skeletons, orcs, rats, or some other abomination. Darkness must not threaten the land. Give up your Day, your Night, and even your Morning for the cause.
We ride to Farrenroc!
Continue reading [These 35 Games] Myth: Dark Frontier
This might be my only racing game in my collection. Racing game’s are just not necessarily my jam, but I didn’t get this one to fill that whole in my library. There is a very big reason why I got this small box game…
Continue reading [These 35 Games] Titan Race
Giant boxes can lead to epic games and this is not an exception. But just because a game has a lot of pieces, doesn’t mean it is good. It needs competent gameplay and thought out rules.
Continue reading [These 35 Games] Defenders of the Last Stand
I don’t think anyone intends to bend a card while playing board games. Who wants to intentionally “damage” someone else’s property? But are bent cards really something to be upset about?
Continue reading Can We Stop the Bending Card Madness?
Not often does a sequel come around that adds something completely different to the game. I’m talking about something out of left field.
Continue reading [These 35 Games] Tsuro of the Seas
Sometimes you don’t need to specify which version of a game you play but other times it is absolutely vital. This one for example falls into that latter category. I can’t imagine playing this game any other way.
Prepare for the madness…
Continue reading [These 35 Games] Mansions of Madness Second Edition
I always say this is a movie board game but I don’t believe there is a movie with this title. But there is the sci-fi flick, The Cube, that this game undeniably takes its inspirations from. This is definitely not a bad thing in my book.
Step into the cube…
Continue reading [These 35 Games] Room 25
Is it the game or is it the source material? It is the idea of playing a The Thing board game that brings all the boys to the yard but the game has what it takes to keep everyone at the table.
Let’s go to Antarctica…so we can try to escape!
Continue reading [These 35 Games] The Thing: Infection at Outpost 31