Shirts and Merch Studio are creating unique hand drawn premium art t-shirts from their Etsy store! So let’s find out more about the folks behind the fashion!
Saggyhead and Morgan @Coffeeandcooperation discuss cultural representation in board gaming with Shem Phillips of Garphill Games
September 2021 is here and the #girlgeeks are back with a whopper: Wingspan hit the table for the first time in August. Question is; did it fall or did it fly high?
We snatched a few moments with Jamey Stegmaier to find out a little more about the man behind the Stonemaier Games logo.
Grown-ups want stuff. Gamers want stuff. We love handling components whilst parsing our next turn. Rightly or wrongly, we can find ourselves assessing value for money in the board games we buy through the quality and quantity of the cardboard kit inside the box. As a result, bits-for-your-buck can become an unfair, but unavoidable, consumer criteria. Strange […]
Kickstarter……Gamefound……..crowdfunding to get games (and practically every other consumable) from idea to inception is now as much a part of our hobby as meeples, dice, and drafting. But what seems to have started out as a platform to help the “little guys” get cardboard concepts off the ground without a corporate financial and support injection, […]
I went to my Friendly Local Game Store (FLGS) at the weekend. Now, if I had written that 18 months ago, you would have thought “so…..?”. You would have been waiting with bated breath (or perhaps not – I am probably way overselling my storytelling skills!) for the great reveal. The unbelievable occurrence or event […]
Great name for a band, right? Well, whilst Saggy Marigolds might be the best ensemble you’ve never heard of, it is in fact a pseudonym for a powerhouse of talent in my gaming group. And by talent, I don’t just mean around the board. Two names. Two people. Two skill sets. See, now, you were expecting one […]
I met a woman a month ago. I know a lot of crazy stories begin that way, but this isn’t one of those tales. And when I say “met”, I mean that in the post 2020 Coronavirus, virtual sense. There was no physical touch, no handshake, not even an elbow bump or a toe tap. In fact, […]