Multiplayer Horror Games for Halloween

I like to give suggestions for games to give you a real fright during the spooky season, and this year I decided to make it a multiplayer affair! Here are a collection of games you can play with friends this Halloween.

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Spooky (Not Horror) Video Games for Halloween

Sometimes we want to get spooky with our games during this season, but full-on horror is too intense. If you are one of these people, I have some suggestions for video games you can play with just enough spook but not horror.

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How To Celebrate Halloween At Home

With COVID-19 still making it’s presence known and keeping events small or cancelled, the fate of Halloween feels to be at stake. But don’t fear, you can still find ways to celebrate with others from the safety of home. Here are some suggestions for things you can do.

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Quick and Geeky Costumes for Quaratineoween

Since we are all stuck inside right now because of COVID-19, Instagram user ghostine introduced the idea of celebrating Halloween on March 31st called Quaratineoween. It has now become a bigger event, and you can join the fun by dressing up and sharing your costume on social media. So I am sharing all of the quick and geeky costume ideas so you can join the fun!

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Geeky Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

Since Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, why not plan a geeky way to celebrate regardless of your relationship status? I am sharing some suggestions for a geeky V-Day whether you have a partner, are spending it with friends, or are focusing on some self-love.

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Gift Guide for Geeky Bloggers

Many bloggers, myself included, have put out a gift guide or a few for different fandoms and geek types. But what about a gift guide for the content creators of all things geeky? Look no further as I am going to recommend some gift ideas for the geeky content creator in your life.

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Christmas Lights Review

In Christmas Lights, a card game from 25th Century Games, you are trying to put together the perfect string of lights. The catch, however, is that you can’t see what bulbs you have. Plus there are different events that could help or hurt you on your quest for the best light display.

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Video Games To Take To Your Thanksgiving Table

One of my favorite things to do during Thanksgiving is play games. We call it Thanksgaming for a reason. Even though board games are a popular option for this, there are some video games that are great for family gatherings.

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Field Trip: Holidays at Disneyland

This weekend I spent a day at Disneyland and it was my first time being there for their holiday celebrations in many, many years. I’ll be recapping this trip and all of the festive feelings, as well as other new experiences I had at the happiest place on Earth.

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How To Geekify Date Night

As a geek, finding another geek to call my significant other has been quite lovely. So with Valentine’s Day this week, I thought it would be a fun post to share how to geekify your dates, whether with a new prospect or your long term partner. Continue reading

Board Games to Play with Your Significant Other

Of course, as someone who enjoys board games, I’d love to spend the day about love playing some with a loved one. So here are some suggestions for games you can play with your partner this Valentine’s Day. Continue reading

Video Games to Play with Your Significant Other

Valentine’s Day is coming up, and you may be thinking about how you can spend that day with your partner. Since you now have a consistent player 2 in your life, why not spend the day playing some video games together? And here I have some suggestions for what you can play, with some focus on local gaming but can also be played apart for the long-distance couples out there. Continue reading

Favorite Holiday Specials From Childhood

Tis the season of warm and fuzzy feelings and some nostalgia. And there is something about holiday specials that really make me nostalgic, especially when remembering my favorites from childhood. And I wanted to reminisce and share some of my favorite holiday specials from childhood with you. Continue reading

Festive Video Games for the Holidays

After doing posts about games for Halloween, both horror and non-horror, I decided that Christmas needed some video game love as well. And while there are many, many super cheesy holiday games out there, I have tried to find games that are very fun and not as cheesy as normally seen. Although I am sure some cheesy has come through, it’s all in good festive fun. Continue reading

Great Board Games for Stocking Stuffers

Now that the holiday season is in full swing, you may be on the hunt for various gifts and stocking stuffers. While stockings specifically can be a challenge due to the size limit, I’ve got some great game suggestions that will make great stocking stuffers. Continue reading

The Ultimate Gift Guide for Geeks

It’s officially gift shopping time for the holidays coming up and you probably have a geek in your life you’d like to get a good gift for. Well, welcome to the ultimate gift guide for geeks, where there is a gift for all kinds of geeks so you can find something fitting for what your geek loves the most. Continue reading

Games To Take To Your Thanksgiving Table 2

For those of us in America, Thanksgiving is literally around the corner. And if you’re not in the mood to bring a side dish to your Thanksgiving gathering, might I suggest to bring a board game instead. And here are a few suggestions for good games to take to the table that many ages and non-gamers can enjoy as well as you. Continue reading

Quick and Geeky Halloween Costumes 4

The clock is ticking for getting a costume together for Halloween. And if you’re like me, you don’t think of an idea until about now, just 2 days before All Hallow’s Eve. As I do every October, I come up with a list of quick and geeky costume ideas that are easy to put together last minute. Here is this year’s list! Continue reading

Horror Games for Halloween 4

As is a tradition here at AGGG, I curate a list of new horror games that work great for playing at Halloween. Granted any horror game works for Halloween, but it’s nice to get new suggestions. So here is this year’s list of games to get your scares.

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Spooky Tabletop Games for Halloween 2

You bet I have a list of board games you can take to the table for Halloween! There are a plethora of games that work great for Halloween and a fair few of lists made by bloggers. And this list is a sequel to my original spooky tabletop games for Halloween from last year, so check that out too if you want even more games to play. Now onto the games! Continue reading

Favorite Fictional Villains

Sometimes it’s fun to be bad. And sometimes we relate to the more wicked side of a story than we do with the hero. And sometimes you just have to recognize that a villain is just awesome. So this post is dedicated to my favorite villains that make bad look oh so good.  Continue reading

How To Do Halloween On A Budget

Any and every holiday can break the bank if you’re not careful. And if you’re very into Halloween, it’s even easier to spend more than you probably should. But it’s actually pretty easy to have a budget-conscious Halloween, and here’s how.  Continue reading

Not-So-Scary Halloween Movies: The Sequel

I am not a huge fan of horror movies. I actually tend to avoid them at all costs and if I do get stuck watching one, I look up the entire plot so I can’t be surprised. So if you’re like me, you’ll probably not want to watch a horror movie this Halloween. And I have a list just for that. Continue reading

Non-Horror Games for Halloween

It’s officially the spooky season! And I love to get into the spookiness like the next geek, but spooky doesn’t have to be scary and full of horror. So I decided to curate a list of video games to get spooky without the scares.  Continue reading