Advertisements I’ve been enjoying watching board game videos recently, and it has caused me to have an influx of games I want to acquire and play. So I’ve decided to share what games have caught my eye recently and maybe you too will want to give them a play.
Advertisements Kickstarter is always full of cool new projects to check out, and it has been a while since I have. But after a deep dive, here are some that caught my eye!
Advertisements A few years ago I shared some things I wanted to do in my life, and now that I’ve had some experiences I am revisiting that list.
Advertisements Aquamarine is a print-and-play game where you play as a diver trying to discover as much as you can with the time allotted and air available in your tank. With my printed map and a pair of dice, I got to go under the water and explore this new game from Postmark Games.
Advertisements Disney’s Sorcerer’s Arena began as a mobile game but has now made its way to our tables in Sorcerer’s Arena: Epic Alliances.
Advertisements Drags 2 Riches is a two-to-five-player deckbuilding game that brings the artistry of drag right to your table. You will build your wardrobe to slay the competition with your perfectly coordinated looks and overall fierceness.
Advertisements Wordle, the daily word game that became an overnight sensation, has gotten the world into word games. So I thought why not suggest some other fun games, both table and video, to play that get your word-guessing skills working.
Advertisements Since I have been missing in action over the last couple of months, it seemed very fitting to revisit the backlog tag!
Advertisements Suffrage is a card-based board game about the iconic and pivotal struggle for women’s suffrage in early 20th century Britain and Ireland. I got the chance to play it and here are my thoughts on it.
Advertisements Fantastic Factories, published by Deep Water Games is a dice placement, engine building tabletop game where your objective is to best utilize your factory and workers to build the best buildings and monuments. Here is what I thought of the game.
Advertisements The Game Devs of Color Expo is dedicated to amplifying the creative power held by people of color in games, which they do so by showcasing and uplifting diverse voices in the gaming industry in a multi-day event. The 6th Expo was this past weekend and I was granted the opportunity to attend and […]
Advertisements Game Devs of Color Expo was this weekend and so many great creators got to share their work and insight. They had an Indie Showcase Direct that shared a bunch of games and here are my quick takes on them based on the showcase.
Advertisements The classic Disney attraction is now a board game! You’ll be a skipper on the world famous Jungle Cruise striving to get cargo and passengers through the perils of the river to win points.
Advertisements A Little Wordy is a two-person tile game where you must use your tiles to create a secret word and then use different clue questions to guess your opponent’s secret word. But be careful, because you need to have the most points to win. This game is from the creators of Exploding Kittens, and […]
Advertisements It has been a while since I have shared some Kickstarter projects so, since I’ve been backing again, I figured I’d share a few!
Advertisements Day 2 of my March Madness is here and today’s bracket has my favorite board games going head to head!
Advertisements March is Women’s History Month so I decided to share some great board games designed by women!
Advertisements Aroma – A Game of Essence is a board game that utilizes essential oils in its gameplay to create a new experience for gamers. With four different game modes at varying player counts, there are numerous ways to put your sense of smell to the test.
Advertisements Taking in nature has been a bit scarce lately, but thanks to board games we can experience a small taste of the great outdoors in new and engaging ways.
Advertisements MonsDRAWsity is a drawing-based game where a witness will have to memorize as much about the monster they see in a short amount of time. The witness then has to describe what they saw without a reference to the sketch artists. The artist whose drawing is closest to the mysterious creature is the winner. […]