I’ve mentioned before the the classic game The Settlers of Catan is one of my very favorite games. It has variety, tons of interaction, and accessible rules. In fact, I’d even venture to say that it’s one of the few perfect game designs I’ve ever seen in my life. I honestly have no complaints about the game in its basic form. Continue reading
So I’m directing a play this fall. My church does a Dinner Drama every fall, and we’re doing Tim Kelly’s “The Butler Did It.” It’s a good time, so if you’re in KC on October 15, 16, 21, 22, or 23, you should definitely come see the show.
Of course that means that updates probably won’t be that frequent. Expect something new this , and hopefully something new at least on a weekly basis.
But don’t hold me to that.
So far, most of my readership has consisted of my friends. Maybe there’s some boardgaming bigwig who’s reading this (fingers crossed!), but if they are, they aren’t coming in droves. Most of my friends enjoy playing games, but they aren’t really hobbyists, and because of that I wanted to lay down some context for the sort of games I’ll be talking about. Continue reading