The KickStarter campaign ends at the end of June. It’s the perfect Pride month investment!
Are you looking for a fun an easy Card Game that takes minutes to learn can provide hours of fun? Look no further than Stick Figure Fighters by Indie Game Creator, Broken Archer!
With everything we have been through in the past year and a half, this might seem like a strange choice for my first board game review,
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We at Real Women of Gaming are proud to celebrate the amazing sponsors of the You’re Not Alone Annual Fundraiser! Over the next week leading up to the our 1 day event on September 26th, we will giving shout-outs to people who are our partners in this endeavor! The Bodhana Group advocates the use ofContinue reading “You’re Not Alone Sponsor Spotlight: The Bodhana Group”
Playtesting is critical if you want to publish your game, but it is one of the more difficult elements of games development. So how do you go about it? Firstly, start with press ganging your friends and family into playing your game as many times and as regularly as possible, this will shake out aContinue reading “Kickstarter Guide: The Wonderful World of Playtesting”
1. Tell our readers who you are. I’m Carla Kopp of Weird Giraffe Games and Galactic Raptor Games. I used to be a software engineer and now I design, develop, and publish games. I currently live in Huntsville, Alabama with three cats and my partner, Nick. When I’m not working or playing games,Continue reading “Tumble Town live on Kickstarter”
For anyone self-isolating here is a list of some of my favorite games to play solo, 2 player or with family. It is also applicable for holidays, long journeys or at Christmas (when you’re stuck with your family for 2 weeks anyway). Solo Games: I don’t really play solo games but my husband does, andContinue reading “My Self-isolation Game List”
‘Over time, my dreams changed, but I’m thankful I went on this exploratory journey to find my true passion: making awesome games that empower marginalized creators and players.’
Just One is a party game where, in true parlor game fashion, you get a card with a word on it and your friends have to communicate it to you.