Dear Board Game Diary,
I want to play a game. Unusual as this may appear, be calm for this is a normal occurrence. I venture to the great wall of games and start my ritualistic serpentine visual down the shelves to look for the perfect game for for this moment. It can be a challenge, but how often does anybody really ask themselves what they want to play before they look.
Hi guys! As you may (or may not) have noticed, the holiday
season is quickly approaching. As a kid, I felt like the holidays took forever
to get here. As an adult, the holiday season comes around too quickly, and I
never feel like I have enough time to prepare. Number One works for the United
State Postal Service, so once Thanksgiving rolls around, he works nonstop (or
so it seems). So, I like to get prepared and take care of my present shopping
as early as I can. You can consider this your reminder to start your holiday
shopping, if you want.
Hello folks! I hope that everyone has had a good week. I don’t
know how many of our readers people who also play video games or computer games
are. I, myself, do not play video games or computer games. Board games, for me,
are a social event where I can interact with other players and drink a beer.
But not everyone feels the same way. Luckily, for these people, there are
digital versions of many of the games that are played at weekly board game
Hi guys! I’m writing this post for APATT while on vacation for Stormageddon’s birthday. Although, by the time this is posted, we will already be home and unpacked and caught up on laundry (I hope. Laundry is never ending).
I want to do something a little different for the Game Night review. In the past, I have posted several statistics and it has become rather difficult to gather the information to give everyone a perfect look into what happens at Game Night. Some of these numbers even incorporated games played outside of our normal Game Night session. Our public Game Nights have always been and always will be about the people at the table. I want these posts to reflect this mentality. Without further ado, welcome to the Game Night Review!
Hello again, gamers! We’ve previously talked about what you
can do if you are headed to enjoy your first game night. But we haven’t talked
about what to do if you are the one hosting the board game night. So, let’s
delve into that a little bit, shall we?
Hey ya’ll! I hope the week has treated you well. How about
another interview with a member of the TCBG? Today’s subject is Hayden. Hayden
has been joining us for Sunday afternoon game nights for about a year.
Dear Board Game Diary,
I love October. I wouldn’t even hesitate to call myself basic: cider, donuts, warm sweaters, and pumpkin-spiced anything. It’s all a big part of what makes fall one of my favorite seasons. It also doesn’t hurt that October contains one of my favorite holidays which is Halloween but not for the reasons you may think. Dressing up for the holiday has never been something I looked forward to but I have looked forward to the movies. I could, without any financial demands, sit in for a month-long horror movie marathon filled with all the monsters, slashers, ghosts, and ghouls one could handle.
Hello again, gamers. And welcome to another episode of A
Place at the Table. For today’s topic, let’s branch out beyond the norm and ask
a hypothetical question. Are you ready? Okay, here we go:
You crack the cellophane wrapping off your latest board game acquisition and dive into the bits with an immeasurable amount of exuberance. The fresh smell of new plastic and cardboard envelopes you as you unpack each tiny package within the box. Like a child on Christmas, a smile is plastered on your face as you feast your eyes over your new prized possession. Without any hesitation and several dropped bits, you fanatically race to the table to set it up and get the thing played before this feeling dissipates. You start, play, and then finish with the same excitement going in as you had going out. You’ve attained nirvana.