Staff Blogs KB Ken B. Updated January 07, 2019 5761 0
Today's random.org spin of the wheel led me to a cute little game that I've actually played within the past week--Dan Baden's spicy little number, The Great Chili Cookoff. What was that I used to say? "Join us, won't you?"
Staff Blogs KB Ken B. Updated January 07, 2019 5687 0
Spinning the wheel this week, and....it's Martin Wallace's London. A game I like, but may be of minimal interest to a lot of our crew. Anyway, here goes._________________________________
Staff Blogs KB Ken B. Updated January 07, 2019 6579 0
Here's my plan. Each Thursday, I'm going to generate a random number and compare it against my collection of games and just blab about whatever my opinions or experiences are with that game. The kick in the nuts this week? To start it all off? The randomizer chose "Skip-Bo." So this should be fun, right?
Staff Blogs KB Ken B. Updated May 24, 2019 8487 0
I think surely enough time has passed for the dust to settle on the best of the best of 2013. (And don't call me Shirley.) So let's get down to the nitty gritty and find ourselves some F:AT Readers' Choice 2013 awards. Join us, won't you?
Staff Blogs KB Ken B. Updated May 24, 2019 5114 0
Hello again, putting the time in timely, it's Next of Ken. This week, I'm talking remembering "fun" with DC Deckbuilding Game and Pacific Rim, dabbling in some Firefly: The Game, and reviewing SOS Titanic. Join us, won't you?
Staff Blogs KB Ken B. Updated May 24, 2019 10061 0
At one time, I enjoyed the luxury of having several different game groups. I had a core of old friends who we would get together once a month and play the very best that Ameritrash had to offer. I had another group that met weekly at work and we'd play tons of what can only be dubbed "lunch games", lighter fare that could squeeze into an hour. And of course I had my wife and family, my wife being a champion that will give most games a try, at least once.
Staff Blogs KB Ken B. Updated May 24, 2019 5148 0
It's not secret my column has been very irregular over the past half of last year. There are a lot of reasons for that; at the start when I could see this was becoming an issue I apologized for it. I'd also hoped I could quickly correct the things holding me back and hop back in the saddle. Though that started off promisingly enough, I was soon enough not pumping out the material regularly.
Staff Blogs KB Ken B. Updated May 24, 2019 5062 0
"Just Come In When You Can, Ken." I had a boss long ago tell me that as I was clocking in five minutes late. I have a feeling he was being sarcastic, but you can never be too sure.
Staff Blogs KB Ken B. Updated May 24, 2019 4238 0
This week I'm exploring the quick-playing Dungeon Heroes as well as wondering how in the hell I missed the 15th anniversary of that classic CCG Romance of the Nine Empires. Join us, won't you?
Staff Blogs KB Ken B. Updated May 24, 2019 4766 0
Fourscore and seven years? Wasn't that the delay between Next of Ken Volume 72 and 73? At any rate, prepare to battle Exploding Pigeons with your trusty Beserker Burger and our 16th President in the new deckbuilding game Pixel Lincoln. So...honestly....join us, won't you?