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(via Why political board games have the power to change our view of the world | Technology | The Guardian) A great write-up on how significant gaming can be. Another game to look at is Freedom: The Underground Railroad.

Starting with the Best.

I am not into comic books. I feel as though I have missed the boat. There is a rich history and canon; interlacing of timelines and alternate histories, it seems impossible to “get it.” I think I would have loved to been immersed into the culture and mythos, and to have grown up with it. […]

I am n00b to war games

I am not sure how I got here. I grew up playing RPGs starting with D&D. My brother (5 years my senior) and I would play with flash lights under the bed spread. Great memories there. I then grew into collecting and trying all kinds of RPGs. During that time, I am pretty sure I […]

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consimworld: Seriously!?! One of the coolest gaming rooms I’ve ever seen on display, and befitting of one who is Assistant Professor at U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. Eric Monroe Walters — we salute you! Uh, yes. 

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Last night we played Ricochet Robots and Shadows over Camelot.

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Setting up for my first game of Commands and Colors: Napoleonics.

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Played a game of Battle Cry with my daughter. I won 6-2.

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Trying to learn Winter Tales for this week’s game night.

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There is nothing I love more than popping out new game components and taking a big whiff of how the game smells.

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thingsorganizedneatly: Classic Videogame Systems by Jim Golden I miss playing our old IntelliVision.