I got an email today from the folks who make the excellent game Cards Against Humanity. Last year at around this time they sold a holiday expansion pack, which I purchased before I even got the retail version of the base game and the expansions. At 12:40 I got the email. I was in the […]
For the last three and a half years my main video game has been StarCraft 2. I finished the main and expansion campaigns almost immediately, and the majority of my time has been spent playing against other players online. I played several thousand games, and if I had to make a rough estimation of 10 […]
I review Quadropus Rampage, a fun game for Android and iOS. The game is free but you can accelerate your progress via in-app purchases.
The Storm QuickFire TK LED Backlit Mechanical Keyboard by CoolerMaster is a great keyboard especially if you are a gamer who needs a smaller, more portable keyboard. Unfortunately I needed a full-sized keyboard, but you can blame the QuickFire for my inability to read.
The Zombicide Season 2 Toxic City Mall expansion adds a lot of depth, zombies, survivors, and complexity to an already great game. Throw in dogs and you have a complex weaving of rules, excitement, and swearing.
Bang! is a good filler card game for mid-sized gaming groups, especially if your friends don’t take themselves too seriously.
Space Alert unfolds in real-time, but the mechanics are unusual and stressful enough that we’ve stopped playing it. Purchase at your own risk.
The Boogie Board is an LCD writing tablet that can be used to keep track of game scores, but it is also a mystical gateway for doodles and conversation.
It can be difficult to find a game for up to six players that isn’t a “party” game like We Didn’t Play Test This At All or Cards Against Humanity or more serious, like Elder Sign or Citadels. Even more challenging is to find a game that is also good with fewer than the maximum […]
We play a lot of board games over here. Every Sunday at the least, and frequently several times a week. This means that we try out a lot of new games. Some of them make the cut, and some of them don’t. What’s interesting, though, are games that decline from games that we used to […]