Staff Blogs SI san il defanso Updated July 16, 2019 479 0
Nate Owens is looking at every game on his shelves, and asking "Why do I own this?" Every week he will give his history with five more games in his collection, along with a short review of each one.
Staff Blogs SI san il defanso Updated July 13, 2019 1256 0
At some point every gamer looks at their shelf and finds a game that makes them say, "How do I own this?" Maybe it's because there's an interesting story to how they got it, maybe it's a game they haven't played in a while (or at all), or maybe it's the leftover cruft of fads and collections long past. After several moves I wanted to take the opportunity to look at every game I own, and to really reflect on why I still own it, and whether I have much reason to.
Member Blogs S Sagrilarus Updated July 05, 2019 2009 1
Please name five boardgames you like that don't have limited choices?
Staff Blogs MB Michael Barnes Updated July 01, 2019 811 0
Failing a DC 20 adulting roll.
Member Blogs B barrowdown Updated June 18, 2019 1322 0
My family was out of town this past weekend so I got in several plays of solitaire wargames from World at War magazine. World at War is a spinoff of Strategy & Tactics published by Decision Games and is all World War II, all the time. I recently picked up a lot of issues spread throughout the publication's run so I will be able to look a bit at the development over time.
Staff Blogs MB Michael Barnes Updated June 18, 2019 1129 0
Old School Jams.
Member Blogs B barrowdown Updated June 17, 2019 923 0
I've played four solo games of Red Winter over the past two days. The game covers the Battle of Tolvajärvi during the Winter War.
Staff Blogs MB Michael Barnes Updated June 11, 2019 3594 0
A storytelling epiphany.
Staff Blogs U ubarose Updated June 06, 2019 1199 0
Whenever I see an announcement for a game based on a movie, TV show or book I love, I sit up and take notice. Most of you do too, admit it.
Staff Blogs A AndrewMcAlpine Updated June 05, 2019 1212 0
Super Turbo Vacation Edition!