BarBEARian Battlegrounds: Dice Drafting? Check. Secret actions? Check. Adorable bears? Check and double-check.
In the months leading up to my 2017 mission trip to Japan, I immersed myself in Japanese culture: I studied the language, listened to podcasts about Japanese history and true crime, devoured essays on Japanese culture, tried to translate snippets of manga, and watched lots of Sword Art Online critically acclaimed Japanese cinema. But as […]
We chat with Isaac Vega, co-designer of Dead of Winter about his newest games Neon Gods and Starship Samurai about how board games have the potential to create meaningful memories between human beings.
Our Chief Content Nerd plays and reviews Animal Upon Animal from HABA Games with his daughters.
One of April-Lyn's favorite games at PAX Unplugged reminded her that sometimes, the best way to have fun as an adult is to temporarily forget that you're an adult.
As we enter the season of Christmas, the Love Thy Nerd writers want to share moments from nerd culture that resonate with them and reflect the weeks of the Advent calendar. Week One – Hope – Prophet’s Candle Kingdom Death: Monster – Madeline Turnipseed The Children of Israel were scattered, conquered, enslaved, and subject to […]
If you're still on the lookout for that perfect Christmas gift for the tabletop gamer in your life, we've got you covered. Our writers recently returned from PAX Unplugged, one of the largest tabletop gaming conventions in the country. While we were there we had the chance to try out some great games, and we've written about our eleven favorites.
My Little Scythe stands out among current kids games by giving young players a sense of freedom that encourages creative problem solving and critical thinking skills.
Kingdom Death Monster has Madeline thinking about the light that shines in the darkness.
Michael Fox, co-creator of the board game Holding On: The Troubled Life of Billy Kerr joins Drew and Chris this week to talk about a game in which there is no real way to win.