Point of Sale: Two Big Games Hit the Road

Point of Sale: Two Big Games Hit the Road

It was time to free up some space on my game shelf again, what board games did I sell this time?

Point or Order: Going to my Friendly Local Game Store

Point or Order: Going to my Friendly Local Game Store

What did I pick-up this time from my Friendly Local Game Store?

Friday Night D&D: Tower of the Gods Session 13

Friday Night D&D: Tower of the Gods Session 13

We hit what basically amounted to the first big story point and some resolution of that this session. The players after spending so much time at school get into a nice fight in this session.

Top 10 Big Games in Little Packages

Top 10 Big Games in Little Packages

A lot of big games people think of as being heavy or having lots of decisions, but what are some small games that pack a big punch?

Back or Brick: Runelords Board Game

Back or Brick: Runelords Board Game

Based off of the Runelords novels by David Farland, this game allows you to battle and take endowments to be the best lord out there.

Have Board Games, Will Travel

Have Board Games, Will Travel

If you’re like me, you probably always travel with a few games. If I’m just going to see family, I don’t need to worry about game size, but if I’m going camping or somewhere for work, you need bang for your buck with games.

Board Game News – Sagrada Legacy Announcement

Board Game News – Sagrada Legacy Announcement

One trend that has been fairly hot has been Legacy board games. Now, it’s not that prolific a trend, but people take note when a board game comes out with the word “Legacy” put on it. This type of game really took off when Pandemic 

RPG Elements in Board Games

RPG Elements in Board Games

Normally I’d be doing an Friday Night D&D article, but it’s an off week for playing, and I don’t have a new campaign idea floating around my head right now. So instead, I want to talk about how some board games use RPG elements and 

How To Teach a Board Game

How To Teach a Board Game

A few years ago I wrote a post about how to teach board games, I want to revisit that today, and take a little bit of a different tact with it. I think that teaching a board game is one of the often overlooked things 

Point of Order: A Gift Order

Point of Order: A Gift Order

Normally you get to hear about all of the games in a given order, but this time you won’t. There will be one game in the order that won’t be talked about, because it’s going to be a gift. But I can, of course, talk