RSSArchive for November, 2011

Kenzerco 50% Off Sale

Kenzerco just announced a 50% off sale! It is only for today, so move quickly. I suggest “Aces and Eights” myself. Here is the email: Cyber Monday Sale Hurry don’t miss this one day sale! Most of our products (print and pdf) are 50% off today only Trask, The Last Tyromancer

Review: Reiner Knizia's Tigris and Euphrates for the iOS

Review: Reiner Knizia’s Tigris and Euphrates for the iOS

Board games have a major defect; the need that 2-4 player to sit around a table at the same time. There is no personality issue, just a logistical one. Getting four adults in the same room at the same time while juggling other commitments is a challenge. Computers helped, but it was not very portable. […]

Kickstarter: Toys and a Steampunk Mouse

Tyler from has a cool kickstarter project running for papercraft toys and games that deserves some attention. Click on the link below to check out the rewards. I am quite fond of the steampunk mouse myself. Trask, The Last Tyromancer

Cthulhu Wrapping Paper from Gaming Paper

Cthulhu Wrapping Paper from Gaming Paper

Too long have reindeer and cute Christmas trees dominated the holiday. The time of weaklings  is no more, now is the time of Cthulhu…wrapping paper.   Erik and his merry band of cultists over at Gaming Paper have a Cthulhu Wrapping Paper project up  on kickstarter that needs supporters.  I am doing my part to […]

The One Thing 4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons Does Better Than Pathfinder (Or “You’re Saying That Wrong, Part 2”)

No matter what the critics say, no matter what views people enforce, when you strip the opinions and the judgments, there’s one thing no one can deny that Wizards of the Coast did better with 4th Edition D&D than Paizo did with Pathfinder. That’s my cliffhanger, now to step back. Last week, I was interviewed […]