I have a large family and we are always on the lookout board games that can accommodate more than the standard 4 players that a lot of games cater to. On a recent trip to Walmart my oldest saw this game, looked at the back, and exclaimed “this one is like One Night Ultimate Werewolf, […]Read More SNAKESSS isss awessssome!!!
I’m a sucker for an open RPG system. Systems like Fate/ Fate Accelerated, GURPS and 2d6 are some of my favorites to run for new gamers because of their ability to run a game in any setting. This helps meet the expectations of the players while also keeping the GM familiar with the system. Well, […]Read More Review of Shatter6 Open Roleplaying
I purchased Kingdom Builder almost 2 years ago now and it has been a hit from the very first day of play. My wife, friends and I have played countless times and have loved every game of it. But it is a game that I had yet to play with my kids until two nights ago […]Read More Kingdom Builder with Kids
One of the things I found when I decided to start playing RPGs with my children was that there was not a lot of information out there on appropriate game systems for this player type. To be honest, the few resources that I did find basically said to dumb down Dungeons and Dragons 3.5 or […]Read More Tabletop RPGs for Kids
It seems since Christmas that my kids have been on an extreme board game binge. The fact that they received 10 or so new entries into our board game collection may have had some impact on this. It seems not a night goes by where at least 2 games are not played. And while I am very […]Read More Teaching Strategy with Board Games
You may be wondering, “What’s so great about Traditional Gaming? Video games are just as fun!” Well I’m here to tell you that this kind of thinking is just plain wrong. Traditional games are head and shoulders above the lonely pastime of video gaming (at least how it is done today with the prevalence of […]Read More Pros of Traditional Gaming