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Playing Around – Going to the Dogs

Sometimes you just want to kick back and play a quick, straightforward tabletop game with a cute theme. It’s even better if you’re able to do that whenever you feel like it, with games that are single player. If you’re a dog lover, there are a couple of fun games from Renegade Game Studios that should satisfy those needs.  Continue reading Playing Around – Going to the Dogs

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

Playing Around – The Pleasure of Purgatory

Who doesn’t love a good scare? (Ok, so there are some people who can be complete wusses about that kind of thing, but bare with me.) And we all know some of the best scares are ones we have an active role in creating. So what better way to get the most fun out of a scare than playing a spooky RPG? You can do that very soon with Purgatory House: A Casual Horror Role-Playing Game, now on kickstarterContinue reading Playing Around – The Pleasure of Purgatory

Playing Around – Battling to Save Hogwarts

We all know that when you’re into a fandom, you can’t get enough of it, regardless of the form it shows up in. And, not surprisingly, some big fandoms show up everywhere, even in the gaming world. So fans of Harry Potter should be happy to see there’s a new game for the franchise, Harry Potter: Hogwarts BattleContinue reading Playing Around – Battling to Save Hogwarts