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And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another... HEB 10:25

My conversion to board games by Jeremy Ridgewell

I can’t say I’ve always been a big fan of board games, because growing up my family didn’t play them much. We would play the occasional game of Monopoly or Clue, but that was about it.

An Apologetic for Playing Games by Ryan Luebbert

For most of my life, I have been fascinated by games, all sorts of games.

Gift Guide 2018

You can find many of these games at your local game store or online! Light Games (Great for casual or new gamers) Medium Weight Games (For the gamers that want a little bit more) Heavy Games (For the players that… Continue Reading →

Matt and Jen’s Top Tens of 2018 – Part 2

Matt and Jen’s Top Tens 2018 – Part 1

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Formula D (Beginner Rules)

***This review is based solely on the beginner rules*** Formula D is a Formula racing game for 2-10 players that plays in 30 minutes or more. It’s great for ages 8 and up as it is a low complexity game…. Continue Reading →

Gnomes at Midnight

“Gnomes come alive at midnight! Quickly forage for toadstools, bump rival gnomes away or dance in the garden in formation. Keep your gnomes unseen between the shifting moonlight by staying in the shadows or keeping still. Be sneaky or bold,… Continue Reading →

Gravwell

Gravwell is a quick, easy to learn game for 1 to 4 players that takes about 20-30 minutes to play. In Gravwell players’ ships are getting sucked into a black hole and must try to get to an open gate… Continue Reading →

Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a simple dice-rolling game for 2-5 players ages 8 and up that takes about 30 minutes to play. In Las Vegas players are rolling dice and placing them at various casino spots to try to have the… Continue Reading →

Sagrada

Sagrada is a simple ‘Dice-Drafting’ game for 1-4 players, ages 10 and up, that plays in about 30 to 45 minutes. In Sagrada you have been tasked with completing the stained glass windows for the church. At the beginning of… Continue Reading →

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