How many roleplaying games are there about being level 0 civilians? Know why that is? Coz it’s boring. Farmville: Tabletop Edition is not the sort of thing which is likely to do well (oh please don’t make that. I will boycott that). Read More
Fair warning. It’s not safe for work…or children… or nice people.
Board games make you smart.
Tabletop gaming has vastly changed. The shelves of Kmart now include Pandemic, Crowdfunding has so many various and wonderful ideas being implemented, and there are now webseries about my favourite hobby.
Deckbuilding is a skill. It’s an art. It takes time and dedication to become great at it.
We’re a year old today! And like a newborn learning to stand up for the first time, we think we’re adorable.
You might think it’s odd that I’m writing about green tea when the cover of this box has an awesome Chinese Dragon on the front cover. The board even has this badass noble phoenix on it. But I think the part of the title that encapsulates what this game is about the most is the subtitle – The game of the path. Let me explain.
Unless you're like me, you're probably looking at buying Christmas presents for people soon. If you are like me, you'll probably rush out the day before and do a lot of panic purchasing.
The awesome people over at Four Quarter Productions gave me a bunch of Gobby mouthpieces for people to try. And gave me even more to give away! Which is where you come in.
What I love about games like Exploding Kittens is they introduce more and more people to our world. Creating a global community of tabletop gamers.