Board Games are a very social hobby so Adam & CJ discuss board game groups. Where do/should you look to find a group? What are vital parts of a good group? Also, what about digital games? These are briefly touched upon and what type of games are not conveyed properly in digital form.
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?
Adam and CJ are joined by Shane to talk about the game he helped design, Ameritocracy. Currently on Kickstarter, hear about the game, some of the the insight behind it, and the process of running a Kickstarter.
Maybe it was through hearing about it from a friend or family member, perhaps it just caught your eye from the shelf of a store you stopped in… or maybe you got to actually sit down and play the game when you were out – this is where I come in. Continue reading I have a game to show you.→
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.
CJ and Adam dive into the topic of player count. Is there a best number? How many is too many? Are there ways to alleviate it? Join them on this discussion and feel free to let them know if they are missing a gaming that plays well with large numbers. /
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!