Games

Solitaire Gaming and Music: What Do You Listen To?

Solitaire gaming, by its very definition, appears to be a lonely affair.  But most of the time it isn't.  And it doesn't have to...

Variance Report #1: Istanbul

Variance report is a series of articles where I take a community made solitaire variant and put through its paces and report back and...

7 Unique Ways to Convince Your Friends to Play Board Games

Something most board gamers face is a poor reception when their "strange" hobby gets brought up among friends, the general public, family, etc.  You...

Extended Thoughts of Glass Road & Reviews Coming Soon

Over the past few days I have been binging on the solo version of Glass Road.  I do not know why I had the...

Games on the Horizon #1 3-16-15

In this series, I preview some upcoming games that are relevant to the solo player audience and give my thoughts on them. Mistfall Mistfall is a...

Gencon 2015 Games I Am Interested In(part 1)

I am going to Gencon this year for the second time, woohoo!  While I might only be there for Thurs/Friday not the whole weekend,...

Hoplite Review: Not your Sister’s Sarissa

Have you ever wondered what 20,000 Hoplites running towards you sounds like?  Is the Earth rumbling beneath your feet?  Can you hold you position...

Tides of Time Review: A 2 Player Drafting Game That Works!

Tides Of Time is a small box, affordable, 2 player only card game published by Portal Games.  The basic premise of the game is...

Warhammer Quest: Adventure Card Game Review

Some of the best things in life are the result of combining two things that were, in of themselves, already pretty good. Peanut Butter and...

5 Reasons Why Mage Knight: The Board Game is a Masterpiece

Mage Knight is an amazing game, here are my top 5 reasons why. 1. Exploration The exploration in Mage Knight is interesting and satisfying because of...

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