Tag: Boardgames

Jul 15

ENnies 2016 Voting

  July means Gen Con is looming in the US, so it is also time to vote on the ENnies.   The ENnies website describes the awards as follows:   The Gen Con EN World RPG Awards (the “ENnies”) are an annual fan-based celebration of excellence in tabletop roleplaying gaming. The ENnies give game designers, …

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Nov 18

Teach Your Kids to Game 2015

  Back in November 2013 I posted my first article about Teaching Your Kids to Game.   This is an event run at DriveThruRPG, designed to highlight some excellent ways to spread the gaming message to another generation.   In that article I reviewed the superb game One Banana, Two Banana.   This game is …

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Jul 13

Kickstarting 14 Days: Life with Migraines

  Here we are in July, and the long summer holiday looms. Before that begins, I have another Kickstarter to share with you.     14 Days is a game about life with migraines, by Hannah Shaffer. The campaign page describes the game as follows:   14 Days is a 2-player tabletop game about managing …

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Jul 08

Herodotus the Geek, Part 1: Gaming

  I am currently using the Histories of Herodotus as research for my Crestfallen stretch goal article.   Along with being a gaming geek, I am also a history geek. This is focused on the Ancient and Early Medieval periods, which melds perfectly with my worldbuilding for the Tales of the Hero Wars setting.   …

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Jul 06

ENnies 2015 Voting

  Gen Con is looming, which also means it is time to vote on the ENnies.   The ENnies website describes the awards as follows:   The Gen Con EN World RPG Awards (the “ENnies”) are an annual fan-based celebration of excellence in tabletop roleplaying gaming. The ENnies give game designers, writers and artists the …

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