For this new year I wanted to write columns that detail my gaming adventures, all with a plan that works. This time it’s all about Dungeons and Dragons 5th, and how my campaign got off to a surprisingly great start!
In Part 5 of this ongoing series, Kae discusses playing Dino Hunt and Feed the Woozle, and has some words about handling disappointment when kids lose games.
Seasons 1-3 now have official organizers thanks to The Broken Token! Check out their features and how to get them!
If Gen Con wasn’t already big enough for you, then you’ll be pleased to hear that Gen Con is expanding – and so is the floor space for a real dungeon-delving adventure, True Dungeon.
Daekon takes a stroll down memory lane by re-introducing a classic game to his gaming group. Read about his experience in re-visiting his gaming roots and how he thinks Clue, and other classic board games, relate to modern day gaming.
If you’re looking for some fantastic looking coasters that fit the theme of your game night as well as protect your character sheets from condensation peril, then check out RPG Coasters! On Kickstarter until August 30th.
Special Edition of Tsuro on its way, Thieves, The Undercity, and more. Take a peek into Kae’s day 1 at Gen Con 2015.
Continuing our series about gaming with small kids, Kae discusses more in-depth information on HABA Games’ Animal Upon Animal. Also, some thoughts on matching games, story-telling games, dice, and more.
When it comes to tabletop games, the variety of reviews are as vast as the number of games. But can you always trust one sole source for reviews? Kae offers some thoughts on the importance of using multiple reviews in your research when deciding whether or not to add a game to your collection.
My last post got me to think about all of the obscure games I have sitting around in the basement. This week I dig out Hordes of the Things, and it’s the first obscure game I want to talk about!
With SB 101 signed into legislation, many are wondering what the future holds for Gen Con. CEO Adrian Swartout released two letters to the community in response to this bill, and we even have our own thoughts on its impact.
With as many conventions as I go to I end up grabbing all sorts of game bits and pieces for games I eventually want to play. Unfortunately they end up sitting in my gaming area just taking up space! I wonder what I could do with them?