Gaming in a Big Group – Part 3

I won’t promise that this the last part of the post because I thought that part 2 was going to wrap everything up, but I do think this will likely wrap it up. I mainly want to go outside of Read More …

Gaming in a Big Group – Part 1

One topic that I wanted to cover is gaming, board gaming that is, in a large group. Why is this something to write about? It’s something to write about because when people think of large group games they think of Read More …

Concept: Culling the Nerd

Let’s start by what I mean by the title “Culling the Nerd“. It sounds ominous, but I don’t mean actually culling nerds out of your life, I’m talking tips, tricks, strategies for decluttering your nerd life when your collections grow Read More …

Hitting the Table: Tips for Finding People to Play Games with You

This topic came up recently on a forum that I’m on, football related but in the general random talk section, how to find people to play a game with you. The person has┬áThe Thing board game, and wants to get Read More …

TableTopTakes: First Thoughts on Gloomhaven – Part 2

I was hoping to get it all in one part, but two parts are needed, because, man…it’s just a ton to talk about. It’s a Classy Game By that (as you’ll know if you’ve been following along with my D&D Read More …

TableTopTakes: First Thoughts on Gloomhaven – Part 1

This won’t be a full review, as I’ve only played the first scenario in Gloomhaven, but I’ve done it twice, since we didn’t win the first time. But I did want to get up some initial thoughts quickly. Legacy Game Read More …

Know Your Nerds: Peder’s Top 5 Board Games

So we’ve kind of done this before with Table Top Picks, our top 7 board games, but since then, I’ve certainly played more games, so my list might have changed. I also tried to avoid looking back at my list Read More …

Picking Out The Perfect Game (Part 1)

We’ve all played board games growing up — most of us are familiar with the classics, like Monopoly, Clue, and Life. And for a lot of people, playing them just leads to frustration. However, we are in a new generation Read More …