Recently I did the gamer tag, which was all about video games. But my truest form as a gamer is sitting around a table, rolling die, and overthinking basic strategies. So I made a tabletop tag! Continue reading
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!
For those who play board games very often, we tend to mold the game to better fit our style of play and our wants out of the game. These alterations are called house rules, and can make a game unique and special.
I have pretty recently actually started playing games regularly, and before this I would play a video game once in like a four-five year period. I didn’t grow up a gamer, but have grown an appreciation for different games. However, I still don’t have the hand-eye coordination for gaming, so these gateway games are certainly for others that lack this special skill.
If you’ve been around the blog before, you have definitely seen that I have written about Twitch quite a bit before. I had the awesome opportunity to attend Twitch Con this year and connect and experience the community and platform on a whole new level.
Tabletop gaming is very much a communal activity, to play with friends and family as a group. So it sounds a little weird to play them alone. But, it can actually be really good for you.
Extra Life is a fundraising campaign organization that give gamers the ability to raise money to support Children’s Hospitals of their choice. And this year, I decided to participate in the whole thing.
Sushi Go is a pick and pass card game, where you have to strategize the best way to get the most points, but if the other players figure out your strategy, they can block you and prevent you from winning.