Guest Post: The World’s Most Popular Classic Board Games from Jonny Devine

The birth of the computer chip and video games may have put a dampener on the sales of the classic ‘play-with-the-whole-family’ board game, but as that retro-esque feel comes back into prominence the appeal for the old-school board game that was so popular in the 20th century gains continued re-emergence.

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Make a Reality Check (Guest Post by Andrew Armstrong of Dawnforged Entertainment)

There is a trap we often find ourselves in as human beings, and this trap takes an all too familiar image: A person, in a chair, staring at a computer screen, browser open to email or Facebook, anxiously awaiting the next notification that they are not alone in the world. I have found myself there . . . → Read More: Make a Reality Check (Guest Post by Andrew Armstrong of Dawnforged Entertainment)

DIY Digital D&D (Guest Post by Angela Taylor)

Computers make D&D a whole lot smoother, but if you don’t want to pay through the nose every month for D&D Insider, you’ll have to do some preparation on your own. Here are a few must-have tools for DIY D&D digitizing. SnagIt

If you’re splitting one set of rulebooks (or if you just don’t like . . . → Read More: DIY Digital D&D (Guest Post by Angela Taylor)

Guest Post: The PostRPG Approach (from Robert Oglodzinski, AncientScroll.pl)

At some point, the adventures are done and heroes are no longer needed. Maybe they’ve killed all the dragons or saved the world from demonic machines or chased away the last horde of goblins from civilized lands. But the sun rises above the world and it’s the quietest day since the dawn of time…

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