Suburbia was released way back in 2012, a diamond in some fairly beige rough. How come it’s still so good? What is its legacy and impact? Where can it go next? These are collected thoughts on Suburbia, its three main...
Tag - Personal Stories
To celebrate the life-changing power of tabletop games, we’ve created “Gaming Life,” a series of articles that all have personal stories to tell, from Mysterium-based marriage proposals to “going goblin” in Dungeons & Dragons.
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Out of all the games I’ve played, I love Mysterium just a little more than most. Let me tell you why.
Carcassonne, one of the most famous “gateway” games, has been winning people over for almost 20 years now. Today, two of our writers explore just what it is that draws people to this game and keeps them coming back for more.
Everybody has a story about the game that got them into this lovely hobby of ours. For me that game was Ticket to Ride, but it wasn’t quite love at first sight. Read on to find out why.
Join Jesse as he asks the age old question – why do we game? The answers are almost as old as the question.
Like it or loathe it, Monopoly is one of the most significant games in the tabletop hobby. Join us as our writers share their thoughts and memories of Monopoly.
Sometimes affection for a game can run deeper than its objective quality, mechanics, and "gameplay." Even a game like Monopoly can hold a special place in both your heart and your history.
Do you have a favorite race in your fantasy RPG? Read on to hear about Marcus' favorite race to play and find out why...
We’ve talked before about the powerful impact that board games can have on someone’s life. In this piece, one of our authors speaks about how they helped her through an incredibly difficult time.
Feeling awkward, worried, or tense during social encounters with unfamiliar people? This is how I overcame my shyness, thanks to board gaming.