In any case where there’s distance between you and your friends, you can always turn to Tabletop Simulator to play board games together. In this post, I’m going to take a look at several board games that I think would be excellent to play on Tabletop Simulator with your friends and family.
How many times have you thought about getting into a tabletop RPG like Dungeons and Dragons, started to look into it, and then given up because it seems so overwhelming?
I’ve created this list specifically to help budding DMs (dungeon masters) like you who have no idea where to start.
With that in mind, let me show you several of the best DnD books for DMs that I think are excellent places to start. I’ll also explain to you why I picked each one.
Magic: the Gathering cards have a surprising amount of character. If all you ever do is consider how powerful each one is in-game, you’re missing out on a lot.
A combination of oftentimes stunning artwork (although adorably bad artwork certainly exists, too) and intriguing or amusing flavor texts gives most cards an identity truly all their own. In this post, we’re going to be taking a look at some cards with undeniably larger-than-life personalities by examining their flavor text.
If you, like me, love spending time with board games regularly, then you’ll probably look for any excuse to try a new one. Unless you always have a steady supply of friends to play with, though, you’ll run into one problem often: not having enough people to play.
The good news is that there are board games you can play alone. And even if you don’t have more imaginative companions to help bring the game to life, there are many solo board games with miniatures that can help achieve the same effect.
Somewhat recently, I made a list of my favorite horror games of the last decade. As much as I love horror, though, it’s still only a fraction of the games I play.
That’s why I decided to make a list of my favorite overall games of the last decade this time around. I’ll be talking about my ten favorite games from the years 2010-2020 and why I personally liked them.
Out of all the most popular tabletop RPGs out there for players to consider, I think Call of Cthulhu has one of the most infamous reputations. Players assume that it’s guaranteed your characters will die or that you’ll go insane.
But is it really that hard, or is it easy? I’ll discuss that in more detail in this post.
What if you don’t have hours to spend on a game? What if you’re just trying to pass a little time before another plan you have or you’re waiting for something?
Fortunately, not all board games are long. There are many designed to be played quickly, so you can either repeat them or move on to something else after. If that’s what you’re looking for, I’ve pulled together this list of the best board games to play in under 30 minutes.