Plopped right in the middle of this great country of ours is the fine town of Oklahoma City. I don’t believe I have to inform you of what state its located in…and if I do you might want to invest in some old Carmen San Diego episodes and learn some Continue Reading
Race for the Galaxy (RftG) is a game from Rio Grande Games that combines the strategies of a living card game (LCG) with those of an empire builder. Players “race” through the galaxy to be the first ones to build a tableau of developments and planets in order to outscore Continue Reading
Nestled at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, just north of Denver, is the unique city of Boulder. If you haven’t had the chance to go to Boulder then you certainly need to put it on your list. But if you have and you consider yourself a nerd of any kind, Continue Reading
This past weekend marked my trip to the Jekyll Island Comic-con (http://www.jekyllislandcomicon.com) in sunny Georgia. Artists, gamers, and nerds united to pay homage to a plethora of different genres and talents at this small town comic convention. Even being a low-scale two-day event, there was plenty to look at and Continue Reading
It’s always nice to have a group of people to play a board game with but sometimes we just want to sit down and enjoy our evening with a loved one. This week I’m going to focus on two games that are completely different but both offer a significant amount Continue Reading
Small World is an epic battle royal of tiny proportions. Players take turns picking different races with unique modifiers to battle for a world that’s “just not big enough for the both of us”. Up to 5 players can join in the melee, and the game is hugely different depending Continue Reading
Carcassonne has proven itself to be one of the greatest board games ever made. Millions of copies sold, nearly 20 expansions to add on, and fast strategic game play make Carcassonne a tough game to beat.
ARRR ye ready for a game of plundering and pillaging, brutes and scallywags, curses and daggers? Do ye enjoy sitting around the galley, talking like a pirate? Are ye a fan of the booty (No, not like that)? Well then matey, Libertalia may be the game for you.
Let’s make this easy, if you are a fan of board games, dungeon crawlers, variety, replayability, D&D, or not just staring at your wife for two hours when she says “entertain me!”, go out and get a copy of Talisman, from Fantasy Flight Games. If you haven’t heard of Talisman, Continue Reading
Kickstarter has changed the way we put our ideas into action. From a reissue of Newton’s Principia Mathematica to a box that does absolutely nothing useful, Kickstarter has given ordinary people with extraordinary ideas a method to make those visions real. One of the largest explosions we have seen from Continue Reading