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  • The Best Cooperative Board Games July 2, 2014

    Everyone’s a Winner With The Best Cooperative Board Games From BestBoardGamesList.com Competition is fun. Being the winner is really fun. Being the loser, however, not as fun. That’s why the best cooperative board games can be so useful and unique: if I ...

  • Just for Two – The Best 2 Player Board Games June 20, 2014

    Just for Two – The Best 2 Player Board Games From BestBoardGamesList.com As with most categories in the board game universe, the best 2 player board games come in a few different flavors. Sometimes board games don’t have to be the ruckus ...

  • How Board Games Help Kids to Develop Skills March 7, 2014

    March 7th, 2014 From idiva.com How Board Games Help Kids to Develop Skills Do you need a new mode of entertainment for your kids, especially something that’s gadget-free, educational and fun? In such a case, engaging them with classic board games is a ...

  • 10 Most Important Board Games in History August 5, 2013

    For thousands of years, board games have been a source of entertainment for people across the world. Evidence of board games pre-dates the development of writing. Here are ten of the most important board games from ancient and modern history

  • How HG Wells Created Hobby War Gaming 100 Years Ago August 5, 2013

    It is a century since HG Wells published the first proper set of rules for hobby war games. There’s a hardcore of gamers who are still playing by his code

  • Scams found on Indiegogo endangering Kickstarter projects August 3, 2013

    August 3rd, 2013 Scams found on Indiegogo are endangering Kickstarter Campaigns (Edited from Gameskinny.com) As crowdfunding grows, so do those trying to take advantage of it. Crowdfunding has become a huge way for the community to get involved with the projects they want to ...

  • How To Use Math To Crush Your Friends At ‘Risk’ Like You’ve Never Done Before July 22, 2013

    When it comes to board games, Risk might be one of the most cutthroat ways to spend an evening among friends. Sure, Monopoly involves quite a bit of capitalist-oriented skulduggery, but Risk involves actually attacking your fellow ...

  • The Most Common Feedback for Tabletop Game Designers July 17, 2013

    Most Common Feedback for Board Game Designers Written by “Topdeck” at “The Metagame”, July 16th, 2013. Visit http://themetagame.blogspot.ca/2013/07/most-common-feedback-for-board-game.html  for the original source. Designing board and card games is harder than it looks.  Just like everything else it life, it gets a lot easier ...

  • Link between Quantum Physics and Game Theory found July 17, 2013

    July 17th, 2013 Researchers at the Universities of Bristol and Geneva have discovered a link between quantum mechanics and game theory. According to a paper published by Nicolas Brunner and Noah Linden in Nature Communication, players’ use of entangled quantum particles ...

  • Star Wars X-Wing Fighter : 5 Things you Need to Know July 11, 2013 starwars

    ** Copied without permission from Bell of Lost Souls, written by Clint Weisgerber ** I love that the X-Wing rules and FAQ are pretty tight, but there are a few finer points here and there that still trip folks up, veteran and newbie ...

  • Bioshock Infinite : The Board Game – First Thoughts from Plaid Hat Games June 20, 2013

    Joe Ellis at Plaid Hat Games recently posted a “first playthrough impressions”  article where they discuss their thoughts after playing a 4-player game of their new boardgame (based of course on the Video game) Bioshock Infinite. Bioshock Infinite is a new ...

  • T&G Con on How to Promote Your Product May 15, 2013

    May 15th, 2013 Mary Couzin, over at T&G Con, wrote a great article giving us all tips on how developers can promote themselves and their products effectively.  Here’s an excerpt; 1. Go Local. Local groups invest in their community. Contact your local elementary ...