A look at why Monopoly has stood the test of time, even as newer experiences come along.
In which our fearless author tries to convince you that lying to your friends is a good thing.
A recent playthrough of Machi Koro: Legacy has me thinking about new ways that the roll and move game mechanic can be used in board games.
A dice puzzle game about making stained glass windows.
Modern Art by Reiner Knizia and published by CMON Games is the best auction game around.
Reflecting on the life and my relationship with my grandparents through games.
Fox in the Forest is one of my favorite two-player card games.
A concise solitaire game that is reminiscent of genre staples but also feels modern and fresh.
Finished! by Friedemann Friese is a surprisingly complex solitaire game that delivers on a fun mental puzzle with lots of room for experimentation.
Collaborative games - unlike competitive games - work toward a common goal; either all the players win together, or all the players lose together. Call them socialism of the gaming world! This collective experience aids in building community, as everyone is contributing their skills on equal footing.
2020 was a tough year, but I was lucky enough to play some great games.
A first look at this single player game from Button Shy.