Settlers of Catan is an odd duck in that it’s a more hardcore board game from Germany that has somehow made some inroads with those who aren’t into the world of niche boardgames. Lots of people love Settlers, yet somehow I hadn’t played it until recently.
The friends I was hanging out with [...]
By Peter Kuebeck
I’m an avid tabletop gamer, which means that Dungeons & Dragons and various board games tend to feed my gaming cravings over, say, hours of letting my hands go numb while playing my PS3. Rolling the dice, for me, is the way to go – I love the element of chance.
The story of the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero Adventure Board Game! is a story of mystery. I have no idea where this game came from. Its been in my family for as long as I can remember, but it wasn’t mine originally. I think it was at my Grandfather’s house for the [...]
Live the Adventure… on a coffee table or similar flat surface!
The other day I was having a rather fruitless rummage sale outing when I stumbled upon a copy of the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom board game by LJN. I opened it up and saw that there were a bunch of [...]
While I like playing video games as much as the next guy, there’s nothing like the feeling of playing a great pen and paper RPG or board game. I recently had the opportunity to bust out an old favorite from West End Games called Assault on Hoth. And by opportunity, I forced my lady [...]