Alex Vratsanos is big with the four-letter words. Don't tell his mother.
Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon offer us an acrostic that floats.
Tough-but-fair love from Ned White.
How many RPGs have you run without having played it first? It can feel like a chicken and an egg conversation, but obviously someone out there read the book and ran a game without ever having played it before. Sitting beside my bed are...Show More Summary
A fun, freestyle Friday by Peter Wentz.
Ed Sessa underlines the reason copy editors exist, and Wordplay wishes you a happy Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving is tomorrow in the US, a time of plentiful food and good cheer for many. Unfortunately, fevers have broken out among my relatives, so we’re staying apart for at least a few days in hopes that we can prevent spreading disease to each other. Show More Summary
But in a good way! This morning I'm in a hotel in Manchester, waiting for my colleagues to wake up so we can go for breakfast. Seeing as I expected to wake up early, I took my laptop with me so I could work on the graphic design for the Print on Demand version of Zombology (a NaGa DeMon stretch goal). Show More Summary
Duncan Kimmel and Clara Williamson make their New York Times debut.
Plays: 2Px4, 3Px2, 4Px1. The Game I'm pretty sure Red7 is the result of Carl Chudyk seeing the recent trend of microgames and deciding he wanted in too, and what a pleasant surprise that result is. Red7 has 49 cards, numbered 1 to 7....Show More Summary
Take a break from the Thanksgiving day action while entertaining the kids with these fun projects Read more on MAKE The post Bring the Fam Together on Thanksgiving with Fun Projects appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.
How to make a custom 3D cardboard family tree board game for Thanksgiving and Christmas togetherness. Read more on MAKE The post Build a Custom Family Tree Board Game for the Holidays appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.
The GM provides descriptions of every landscape and of every room. She gives voice to every monster and NPC. She adjudicates every turn in combat, and she lists every bit of loot and reveals every little clue along the way. It would seem, that from start to finish, the GM is doing a lot of talking. Show More Summary
Gary Cee will make you tumble to his theme.
It's Thanksgiving! Celebrate by solving a problem you may actually face at the holiday table.
I get anxiety – often. I usually do a pretty good job of pushing those anxious voices out of my head and moving on with life, but November is especially rough because it is the anniversary of family deaths and some other well-rooted pieces of my past that ramp my anxious voices up to 11. Show More Summary
It's been a week of two halves. To begin with, I spent the first half of the week just cooling my heels waiting for the artwork to arrive back from the printers. I paid for the rest of the print run on Monday and was warned that I wouldn't...Show More Summary
The return of Parker Lewis.
Samuel A. Donaldson and Jeff Chen get us all turned around.
Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon make me work for my cryptic fix, and the passing of Rosalie Moscovitch.