Most gamers can attest to the fact that there is something just not fun about tic-tac-toe. You almost always stalemate, or methodically win. Pocket Ops from Grand Gamers Guild fixes all that nonsense and turns tic-tac-toe into a game you actually want to play repeatedly.
In bringing my professional lives together, I wanted to touch on something that is very important for me and has been for a number of years, games used in counseling or therapy. As a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor in the great state of Texas, I am often challenged with interesting clients. Often the goal is helping them through a situation and be able to get onto the next chapter of their lives.
Fairway isn’t sure of his identity. In today’s review, Fairway takes a look at Galaxy Rise a trick-taking and hidden identity game with a sci-fi theme. See if he finds himself.
In episode 64 we press our luck, trying to knock trash cans over and collect the most trash of all the raccoons! Time to be an adorable garbage diver in Trash Pandas! Learn more about Trash Pandas here: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/216439/trash-pandas https://www.facebook.com/RedRookGames/ Music Intro and outro: Rainbow Street by Scott Holmes Playthrough: Toys by Steve Combs
Steven takes game design into another dimension. He examines using vertical space in game design.
Welcome to the learn to play video for the new game Groves from Letiman Games. If you would like to jump to a particular section, the time stamps for each are listed below. Introduction: 0:27 Setup and Overview: 1:19 Round Examples: 8:36 To learn more about Groves and the Kickstarter campaign, visit: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/220155/groves http://www.tinyurl.com/grovesks If you’re interested in learning about having a Learn to Play video made for your game, please visit my inquiry page here. Find us everywhere! www.TheIndieGameReport.com Facebook.com/TheIGReport Twitter: @TheIGReport Music Intro and outro: Rainbow Street by Scott Holmes Playthrough: Toys by Steve Combs
Recently, Dan had the opportunity to sit down with Matt Holden, the founder of the Indie Game Alliance (IGA), a group formed to help smaller publishers unite to make a bigger splash in the board game industry. He provided some insight on the IGA, what they do for publishers, and how they can help a publisher’s campaign before, during, and after their campaign!
In episode 63, our dreams AWAKEN!! Kinda. Welcome to Project Dreamscape, a 2-4 player, set-collecting game about creating chains of like dreams. The longer the chain, the more points it’s worth. Can you dream your way to victory?
Mental health challenges are something that confront roughly 1 in 5 people in the United States right now. Being able to talk about those challenges in a meaningful and caring away is very important.
In episode 61, we head to the roaring 20’s and 30’s to sneak past the police and gather up moonshine in the press your luck game Moonshine Run from Games by a Madman or Two! For more information about Moonshine Run, visit: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/171412/moonshine-run The Kickstarter launches June 6th 2017, you can check it out here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/amadmanortwo/959440386?token=d71ef95d Music Intro and outro: Rainbow Street by Scott Holmes Playthrough: Toys by Steve Combs