Priscilla Clark makes her New York Times Crossword debut, assisted by Jeff Chen.
The acrostic puzzle by Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon.
Plays: 4P x 17. I need to use a different format to write about Pandemic: Legacy, because there will be spoilers, and I don't want to spoil the game for those who have not yet played it, or have not yet completed it. I will split my post into two halves. Show More Summary
The return of Kameron Austin Collins.
I’m in a position I’m sure anyone who has run a game has been in before: my group is probably going to move on from the Deadlands Fate game that I’ve been working on. And honestly? I’m fine with that. Since I started that Deadlands game, I’ve found that I have a strong preference for […]
It's a very Patrick Berry Friday.
Need to organize your trains for Ticket to Ride? Why not build some train yards? Read more on MAKE The post Making a Train Yard for Ticket to Ride appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
Megan Amram makes her New York Times Crossword debut, ably assisted by David Kwong.
So that happened. Origins 2016 has come and gone and I’m still coming down off my gaming high. From Wednesday to Sunday, my life revolved around roleplaying games, general geekery, and the many, many friends I’ve made over the years through gaming. While GenCon is the gorilla of gaming conventions, Origins is still a pretty […]
Fred Piscop gets us all scrambled up.
Who should win the Jack Link's "Hangry Hack-A-Thon" contest? Vote for the maker you think has the most beefed up idea! Read more on MAKE The post Vote for Your Fave: Jack Link’s Hangry Hack-A-Thon appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
A debut by Julie Berubé.
From thinking a fish in a kid’s pool is real to chasing after a snowball, get an inside look at a dog’s thought process. Related websites: Big Wig Dog Store Cheery Dog Online Store
What is the probability your team will win a best-of-seven series?
Today’s guest article comes from Gnomish Spymaster Jonathan Sirico and covers technological gaming on youtube, twitch and other venues. – Quintuple Agent John In twenty five plus years I have been on both sides of the screen numerous times for various systems. Like many of you, I struggle with the life/work/gaming balance and recently had […]
After my full-on trip to the States I returned home to a very busy week at work, with loads of people from America and Manchester (including my boss) over for a meeting. To make things more exciting, I caught a filthy cold on the plane...Show More Summary
Jason Mueller puts today's puzzle in the bag.
Driving around with David Woolf.
Richard L. Wainwright's variety puzzle, "Two by Three," makes its New York Times debut.
A spotty puzzle from Todd Gross.