Interview with Terry of Arlene’s Costumes

If you are like me, you have fond memories of the costume’s you have worn through out your childhood. I remember being a nurse, a pirate, a fairy, a witch. Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays. If you are from Rochester, New York, or lived there anytime in the last fifty years,Continue reading “Interview with Terry of Arlene’s Costumes”

Tumble Town live on Kickstarter

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”

Kickstarter Preview: Psi Wars

It is the 37th century. Competing warlords have harnessed the knowledge of creation, using it to create powerful armies. This knowledge has spread across the galaxy unchecked causing mass-extinctions. Most of humanity has been wiped out. The Galactic Alliance has enlisted your help. Hyper-Card technology allows you to take part in planetary battles and help re-establishContinue reading “Kickstarter Preview: Psi Wars”

It Takes a Village – Board Game Grrrls and the Importance of Women Gaming Groups

Games of all sorts are a fantastic way to connect with people whether they’re old friends or you’ve just met. Whenever my partner and I move to a new area our first priority is finding a local game group, and a few of those folks always wind up becoming good friends. For women this canContinue reading “It Takes a Village – Board Game Grrrls and the Importance of Women Gaming Groups”

PAX Unplugged and The Roll Initiative

Lords, Ladies, Lads, and Lasses – I have recently returned from attending my first convention as an exhibitor. Thia the Bard was gracious enough to provide me some questions to answer about my experience. How did you find out about The Roll Initiative? I saw an ad posted by The Roll Initiative on a Dungeons &Continue reading “PAX Unplugged and The Roll Initiative”

Catlilli Games – When Science meets Board Gaming

I had the good fortune to meet the driving force behind Catlilli Games at my first game demo at WashingCon last month. I was immediately hooked by Tacto, a programming in the guise of Tic-Tac-Toe that both teaches programming AND is genuinely fun to play. Catlilli Games has successfully bridged the gap between learning ANDContinue reading “Catlilli Games – When Science meets Board Gaming”