Patolli or patole, one of the oldest games in North America, was a game of strategy and luck. Conquistadors reported that Montezuma enjoyed watching his nobles play the game. Patolli was played by a wide range of pre-Columbian Mesoamerican cultures and known all over Mesoamerica. The ancient Mayans also played… Continue Reading →
Saturday, September 23rd at 9:00am, Cardboard Koinonia in support of Yonge Street Mission is holding a 24 hour board game marathon.
Matt and Jen are two people who I’ve been blessed to know as friends for much of my life-God has used them both to shape and inspire me.
The act of sitting down at a table together is an act of fellowship. Sharing tablespace together naturally creates a feeling of community.
We are using our passion and our hobby for the glory of God. We use board games to strengthen communities, and build bridges between generations, ideals, and cultures to bring people together.
In an abandoned warehouse a gangster band is splitting its loot, but they can’t agree on the split! It’s time to let the guns talk and soon everyone is aiming at everyone. The richest surviving gangster wins the game!
Chaturanga (चतुरङ्ग; caturaṅga), is a game from ancient India thought to be the common ancestor of chess. Chaturanga was created in the 6th century within the Gupta Empire. By the 7th century, it was adopted in Sassanid Persia as Shatranj, which was… Continue Reading →