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Real life deiselpunk.
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There are more than 78,000 board games and millions of people scattered around the globe who like to play them. We created Tabletopia to bring the games and the players closer to each other with help of digital technology.
Yesterday we had the Orlando Wargamers group gather for a bunch of historical consim-ing. Loads of fun.
Got myself the Big Boy ASL now that I am 40 years old.
Tonight we played some King of Tokyo and Ogre. Good times.
First game of 2016: Caverna. Not sure how I feel about this one. Made me re-evaluate Agricola again. I think worker placement as the sole mechanism in a game isn’t enough to for me.
Gorgeous game though.
What a fun solo gaming experience. First game of Field Commander: Alexander. Intuitive, thematic and insightful. Glad I picked this one up.