The crew is fighting orcs everywhere they turn! Orcs should beware though, Remus is a bit of a dead-eye shot! Cover your bits, orcs! Cover your bits!
The crew has made it inside the Mountain door where they find orcs at every turn. First things first, can they make it across the bridge without falling?
The crew finally arrives at Saw Tooth. What could possibly be waiting for them?
Planning a trip this summer and want to take your favorite board game with you? Well, if space is an issue, you can always purchase the game as an app for your smartphone or tablet. Here are five board game apps you can play while traveling for the summer. Elder Sign – Available in
Ah, the Wall of Shame. Everyone has one, even if we don’t want to admit it. When it comes to board games, a Wall of Shame is the wall that contains all the games you have purchased but haven’t played yet. Some of them even have the shrink-wrap still on them. We recently posted a
Super quick unboxing of the Fantasy Flight Game, Elder Sign! Looking forward to getting this to the table, soon.
Mother’s Day is right around the corner and, if you have a gaming mom in your life, we have five gift ideas for you. These are not in any sort of order. 5. Lanterns: The Harvest Festival – I purchased this game after watching it on Wil Wheaton’s TableTop. It struck me as a game
No matter what you do, Dracula always seems to be one step ahead of you. Just when you think you have him, he attacks and escapes. Tensions run high and hunters may die, it’s all part of the Fury of Dracula 3rd Edition. After purchasing this game almost a year ago, we finally gathered a
This last weekend, I spent a lot of time playing games. It was unusual, as I typically don’t get to play all that often, let alone multiple games in a single weekend. It started out with a Magic prerelease ran by Patrick (check out his and Zane’s latest post here). It was $25 to play in
In 2016 we played a lot of games. We played board games, card games, dice games, and computer games. We played games with friends, on tablets, and at tournaments. But what were the games we played the most? Here is a look at the top ten games we played in 2016. Mars Attacks: The Dice