A nice, harmless little game that blends into the background a little too much
Players: 3 – 8 ___ Ages: 14+
Chameleon is fun. It is fast and easy. It is a good way to spend time with those you love. It is also easily… Continue reading The Chameleon
The Classic Global Warfare Strategy game that made our Top 20 by accident.
Player: 2 – 5 ___ Age: 10+
It’s easy to write a review for a game you love, and it’s kind of fun to write for a game you hate, but this game is… Continue reading Risk
A perfect and beautiful game that plays like a Salvador Dali dream.
Players: 3 – 6 ___ Age: 8+
We cannot state this more plainly; we love this game. Dixit is such a marvelous gem of a game that there should be a law… Continue reading Dixit
Finally, we go to war. After months of prepping and weeks of delay, I can finally spring my epic finale to Chapter 3 of The Lost Mine of Phandelver. This battle was so big that it took… Continue reading D&D Diary – Lost Mine of Phandelver – Session 9
The whodunit sleuth game that’s a cross between Clue and the Pink Panther movies.
Players: 2 – 6 ___ Age: 10+
You are a jet-setting international jewel thief. Can you steal enough gems from the gala before you’re caught by your competition?… Continue reading Suspicion
Curses foiled again! Full Disclosure, this post actually covers three sessions that took over 10 weeks to play. Life really put the kibosh on getting the group together. So without further ado… Continue reading D&D Diary – Lost Mine of Phandelver – Session 8
The party foils the plans of a new Dragon Cult and one member turns into Hagrid. But first, it’s a Total Party Kill! Today, I’m going to kill the whole party. Screw ‘em. These guys have had it way too easy… Continue reading D&D Diary – Lost Mine of Phandelver – Session 7