The Nerdz Garage have picked five interesting Kickstarters that they want to back. Some have successfully reached their goal, and some are working their way
I have said it before that opening a Stonemaier game is a gift that never disappoints. The choice of linen paper, the adorable building and outpost miniatures, unique dice, and charming landmarks. The art on the Tapestry cards are delightful, and all of these fit in a custom insert. (Love custom inserts) The Landmarks (for me) are reminiscent of anime; they look close to what they represent, Character-Esque, Art.
We have played plenty of board games, and we do know what we like. RWBY: Combat Ready is an enjoyable experience.
NEW GAME MONDAYS!Pandemic Fall of Rome! As history lovers we were drawn to this game and we have previously played both the Pandemic Legacy’s in
Last Week for a new game Monday, we played Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective: Jack the Ripper & West End Adventures.
We started with the stand-alone adventures, and it is so reminiscent to my childhood FAVORITE, 221 B Baker Street, a choose your own adventure in Olde London.
Do you remember when your kid yelled “Hot Lava” and proceeded to jump from couch to chair to table? Put that feeling into a cooperative game, and you get Fuji the board game.
Last summer at GenCon we meandered towards a room brimming with tables, volunteers and Stonemaier Games. We determined quickly that there were booked sessions to learn, play the various offerings and sold out well before, so circled the room and we were drawn to the game Euphoria, set up for the next group.
These Nerdz have been obsessed with Sci-Fi shows and have recently binged, Travelers (Netflix) and Life on Mars (BBC). When I saw T.I.M.E. Stories’ playthroughs on the social media, it was evident that The Garage required some Time Travel games.
It has been a year of Sundays that we have opened our home to a troop of students. They arrive sporadically through the day with
I fell into the Theatre I was a waitress at a restaurant on the third street promenade in Santa Monica, and a patron left a