Aroma Review

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.

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Emoji Charades Review

I have had a lot of fun playing party games with friends and family over the years. And it is always great to see a new one to try, especially if you’ve been playing the same ones for a while. So when I got sent Emoji Charades, I definitely wanted to try it. Continue reading

Idle Theme Park Review

I have been playing a lot of idle mobile games lately. Idle mobile games are games, most often a tycoon or simulator style, that will continue to play while you are offline. Usually, the offline gameplay is just resource generation. So this particular game is all about managing a theme park. Continue reading

Monument Valley Review

Monument Valley is a relaxing puzzle mobile game from ustwo studio where you play as Ida, who must solve the monument puzzles to unlock her story. From the outside, it looks like a very simple game, but there is much more to it once you begin playing. Continue reading

Board Games for Non-Gamers

If you’re a fan of board games, you know how hard it can be to get others to play games with you if they don’t also enjoy board games or their extent of games is Cards Against Humanity and Monopoly. However, there are some great games to help you on your quest to play games with your non-gaming friends. Continue reading

Geeky Ways to Recover from Burnout

We are just over two weeks into the new year, and I am already tired. Tired enough that I have lost the motivation to do many things, including blog. With this feeling, plus the topic of burnout buzzing around the internet, I figured what better way to beat it than by writing about it. So here are some tips to making recovery from burnout a little bit geekier. Continue reading

Killer Unicorns, A World of Art, and Pinnable Meeples: Kickstart Your Week 1

It’s a Monday, and you know what’s great about Mondays? It’s a new week and a new blog post from me. And I wanted to embrace the start of this week by sharing some cool new things you can help make happen.  Continue reading

Steam Winter Sale Haul

Let’s just say, Steam saw a lot of my money during this sale, but with a wishlist as long as mine compared to my short library, it was time to get some more games, and on sale!

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What to Watch: Tabletop

Recently, Geek and Sundry started it’s fourth season of the Wil Wheaton produced Tabletop, where well-known geeks come together to play a variety of board games. It is both entertaining and educational for those who love board games and those who are new.

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Horror Games For Halloween 2

Last year, I wrote the original post of Horror Games for Halloween, and figured that some new games could be added since some great horror games have released recently.

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Review by a Noob: Pokemon Go with Tips

With the U.S. release of Pokemon Go this week, millions of people downloaded the app in order to catch them all, myself included. But, to make a quick confession, I did not grow up with the same love and understanding of Pokemon as the rest of my millennial counterparts, so getting this game was certainly a different experience for me.

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How To Throw An Awesome Game Night

As a lover of tabletop games, having game nights are an essential way to spread my enjoyment and have a fun night with friends or family. But it takes more than just a stack of board games to make an awesome game night.

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Love Letter Game Review

Love Letter is a simple card game by the Alderac Entertainment Group based in Tempest, a fictional land created by Alderac where many of their games are set. Your objective is to be the final character standing to deliver the Princess her secret love letter.

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