‘Hand of the King’ on Geek & Sundry

A Game of Thrones: Hand of the King is an upcoming, card game from Fantasy Flight Games where players are trying to gain the most influence over the great houses of Westeros. There’s an great article over the Geek & Sundry website about the game, so click here to jump over there and read it!

Tabletop Together – Imhotep Review

There’s a fantastic, short, and concise Imhotep review over at Tabletop Together that is so worth a read if you’re curious about the game. Imhotep is one of the nominees for the most coveted award in the board game industry, the illustrious Spiel des Jahres. Click here to jump over to their site and check…

“Five Great Games for Large Groups” by Geek & Sundry

There’s a great article on the Geek & Sundry website about great games for larger groups. Maybe you’re familiar with these games, or maybe not. It’s an interesting read either way! From Geek & Sundry: “Almost all the best titles have a player cap at four or five. This means that when you have a…

Meet the Man Who Settled Catan by Great Big Story

The Great Big Story channel on YouTube posted this wonderful story/interview featuring the creator of Catan, Klaus Teuber, and his family. The video is only 4 minutes long but it fits a lot of charm and character into that 4 minutes. It serves as a brief history of the modern classic. I found it to…

Geek & Sundry – Free D&D Miniature Patterns

There’s a great article on Geek & Sundry about a guy who uploaded free patterns for monsters from the D&D universe. Here’s a snippet from G&S: “Hardcore Dungeon & Dragons enthusiast Miguel Zavala has taken it upon himself to use his hobby of 3D design and printing to make the world a better place. How? By…

World of Yo-Ho

World of Yo-Ho by Iello Games was released earlier this year but I avoided it because of its use of technology during game play. I have seen other board games attempt to integrate smart phones and the like into the game and I’ve never been a fan. World of Yo-Ho, however, took it to a…

Amazing Artwork by Olivier Sanfilippo

Through my Facebook wanderings I came across a French artist by the name of Olivier Sanfilippo and I was blown away by his art. I contacted Olivier and asked if I could show off some of his work here and he graciously agreed. Olivier has collaborated with AEG and did the following artwork for a…

Tom Vasel’s ‘Vasco da Gama’ Apology Video

I watched this video years ago and was reminded of it recently. If you haven’t seen it before, you might enjoy it if you are fond of passive aggressive apologies and sarcasm. Some people do not like Tom’s videos, but I have always enjoyed his reviews and respected the level of influence he has in the…