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Bad Beets to Release Summer 2015

Stone Blade Entertainment has announced the upcoming release for Bad Beets, the company’s first physical game release since the award winning Ascension deck-building game. In the beginning of Summer 2015 you will be able to get Bad Beets for purchase online as well as at participating retailers for only $14.99. 229 more words

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PRESS RELEASE - Looney Labs Brings International TableTop Day to DC!

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Looney Labs Brings International TableTop Day to DC!

(Washington, DC) On Saturday, April 11, Looney Labs, the College Park-based game company that produces the internationally-renowned card game, Fluxx, is celebrating International TableTop Day at Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital on Capitol Hill. 404 more words

Family Fun

Kickstarter Preview-Vanguard Varmisk Fallen

 
“Sci-fi adventure RPG for all ages: At the beginning of a galactic war, a new breed of adventurers forge their own legends.”
Vanguard is a sci-fi RPG for young and old gamers alike.
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KICKSTARTER PROJECT REVIEW - Best Treehouse Ever from Green Couch Games

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Overview of components and setup (0:53), Gameplay (2:07), Review (12:06)
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Family Fun

Down On The Family Farm

When I first began to blog, my intention was to post thoughts and ideas to help others who are seeking to lead family ministries, more particularly family camps or retreats. 349 more words

Raising A Geekling : Part Two

The response we got to our first Raising A Geekling post through shares, Facebook, comments, and emails told us that the pursuit of raising our kids to share our hobbies is a widespread desire. 798 more words

Board Games

Board Game Review - The Rift from Epic Age Media

The Rift is a card-driven space race to build up enough power to seal the Rift that is threatening to consume the galaxy. The game board is made up of hexes and setup it determined in a coordinate fashion, rolling a d12 twice and using the results as the spot to place the planets and players SHIPS. 987 more words

Board Games