If you’ve been on my blog before, you know that I have a deep love and enjoyment of board games of all kinds. I’ve been playing board games for the majority of my life, so I’ve played quite a few of the games that can be considered classics, enough to where I have clear preferences. I’ve found my top 7 classic board games that I’d play again and recommend. Continue reading
Gloom is a storytelling card game where you want to have the most miserable family of all time. Continue reading
In this co-operative card game, you and your team must create a grand fireworks display with the cards in your hand. But, your communication is limited and time is running out. Continue reading
Armello is one of the games I got from the Steam Winter Sale, and from first game fell in love with it.
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.
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.
It has been a while since I have acquired any new board games, so I started looking around and seeing what games caught my interest that I don’t have and found a few worth noting, and here they are.
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.
It’s been one whole year of A Geek Girl’s Guide! Let’s take a look at this last year, shall we?
I play games often, so I end up teaching others how to play often. And while some games are pretty easy to explain, there are some with hundreds of steps in one turn, and then hundreds of turns to end a game. But, I have found a way to best teach others to play games they’ve never played before.