Book Review: The Kobold Guide to Board Game Design by Mike Selinker and Others from Open Design

Games. We all play them. It’s what makes us “gamers,” right? Whether you enjoy the occasional card, board, or roleplaying game, the one constant for me has been the “fun factor.” If I’m not having fun playing a game, it’s probably not worth playing. But until I started writing my own game materials more than . . . → Read More: Book Review: The Kobold Guide to Board Game Design by Mike Selinker and Others from Open Design

The Gassy Gnoll: Free RPG Day 2011 and Ruminations on Rules-Light Roleplaying

Did everybody have a chance to participate in Free RPG Day at their local game retailer? I managed to tear myself away from my daughter’s softball double-header to briefly drop by Petrie’s Family Games, my closest game store. Though I wasn’t able to participate in any of the events, they had a full calendar throughout . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Free RPG Day 2011 and Ruminations on Rules-Light Roleplaying

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