Category Archives: gaming

Playing Around – Things That Go Bump

If you want to find some creative new games, browsing around through Kickstarter is a good start. A fun, family-friendly card game that just began a campaign is Noises At Night by B & B Games Studio. Taking only 15 minutes to play, it’s a good way for 2-4 players (ages 6 and up) to have a little fun playing detective.  Continue reading Playing Around – Things That Go Bump

Meeple Moments – Publisher Spotlight: Ares Games

Our friends at The Malted Meeple like to give extra attention to their favorite board game publishers and designers. In their Publisher’s Spotlight they provide a bit of a background on the publisher, discuss a few of their games, and may even announce a visit to The Meeple by some of the publisher’s representatives! 

Publisher: Ares Games

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Gotham Gal West Coast – 5 Great Games for a Happy Holiday Table

The holidays can be a little stressful even during the best of times, but this year, we all need a little extra help on keeping the peace. Here’s a list of five games (that won’t break the bank) that you can play with family this holiday without spawning too much talk about current events (like Cards against Humanity*). And, you’ll probably even look forward to taking them home and playing them after the holiday, too.  Continue reading Gotham Gal West Coast – 5 Great Games for a Happy Holiday Table

Playing Around – The Force is Legion

This week, geeks worldwide are (not surprisingly) thinking of nothing but Star Wars. So it seems like a great time to cover an upcoming game featuring the warfare side of the galaxy far, far away. Expected early in 2018, Star Wars: Legion from Fantasy Flight Games is the tabletop miniatures combat game fans have been waiting for.  Continue reading Playing Around – The Force is Legion