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,
Favorite Comfort Games by Iris the Keyblade Master
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”
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”
Greenville 1989 is a narrative co-operative game in which players take on the role of a typical 1980s teenager who just wants to go bowling.
As I write this, I am sipping my coffee at nearly 7 am New Year’s Eve morning.
Some pretty fantastic games have some not so sweet origins. Candy Land is one such game.
There are few things in this world that are better than playing games with people you care about. Sometimes we forget how much it means to play games together when we are young. Or even how much it means to play with younger people for us. It brings families together. We get to watch childrenContinue reading “Games Created by Women: Loopin Louie”
Space, we obsess over it. We wonder what is out there. We want to live there. Well what if you could? What if you got to colonize a planet other than your own? Galactiquest is a game about colonizing the galaxy. It was developed and invented in 2017. It is for ages seven and upContinue reading “Games Created by Women: Galactiquest”
Fatal Frame. I vividly remember the first time my brother and I turned out the lights while playing it… That didn’t last long. – Oresan Fells I would have to say that one of my favorite horror games is Eldritch Horror. It combines two of my favorite things; the Cthulhu mythos and tabletopContinue reading “Staff Favorites: Horror Games”