Knowing how to teach board games well to others takes practice and skill. Jeshua Horca offers four tips to bring your teaching to the next level.
The passing of a beloved member of the board game development community, has Chris Bowden thinking about what it looks like to use your gifts to love others.
Joe Hopkins of the Kickstarter board game project Endangered joins us this week. Drew and Chris talk with Joe about the self appointed quarter backing player who can take over the gaming experience and create barriers for enjoyment as well as Joe’s midwestern upbringing as well as his life in Detroit, MI.
Let’s take a moment to appreciate the Eurogame. I’m not talking about the Euro-inspired hybrid designs that we see so often today (think Scythe or Dungeon Lords). Those are great, but I’m talking about the hardcore, “pure” Eurogames, where the board is various colors of beige and you’re, like, planting beans or visiting a market, […]
Sure, Jesus loves games and all that, but here are 7 we think He'd think twice before endorsing.
Drew discovered that building multiple castles simultaneously in a game was a good way to practice using a skill he avoids in real life.
Stephanie was less than excited when she was prescribed some playtime by her counselor, but she's found that play is one of the most important things a person can do.
Ashley Mowers explains how a game about creativity, fellowship and character sheets has reintroduced her to the world by way of re-enchantment.
The modern world of tabletop gaming has become a vast and wonderful landscape of experiences that people are beginning to take more notice of each day. Writer Mike Perna offers explores some of the reasons why you should care, too.
Spending time with people is work. There’s no way around that. Whether it’s a stranger or the person you know better than anyone else, it takes more than a smile and small talk to get through life in a way that makes all parties feel valued. These are the experiences that gave us pause and […]