Monthly Archives: September 2019

Doctor Esker’s Notebook Puzzle Game Overview

Doctor Esker’s Notebook Puzzle Game Overview

There’s a trend we’ve been enjoying over the past few years – escape rooms. Our first experience was at a small one in Huntsville, Alabama. We’ve also tried out a number of escape rooms in the Quad Cities. Our oldest ...
7 Games That Support 7 Players

7 Games That Support 7 Players

One of the benefits of having such a vast knowledge of games is that people come to us for advice. We’re cool with that because it means people are interested in playing games! A few weeks back, a neighbor and friend asked us for game ...
Beneath Nexus Card Game Overview

Beneath Nexus Card Game Overview

Most of the games we own that pit one player against everyone else are dungeon-crawlers with elaborate boards and plastic miniatures. They come in all styles and we continue to enjoy Folklore: Affliction and Masmorra: Dungeons of Arcad ...
We Found Shoes Designed for Gamers

We Found Shoes Designed for Gamers

I find it so interesting to see how people incorporate their passions into the rest of their lives. As an example, a typical person might own a traditional waffle maker. However, someone obsessed with Disney, Star Wars, Marvel, a sports tea ...
Witless Wizards Card Game Overview

Witless Wizards Card Game Overview

Card battle games are one type of game that we don’t get to play very often. Not because we don’t own many, but because they typically only support two players. We’ve enjoyed many hours of Mage Wars Academy, Castle Assault ...
Thrift Treasure: Squint Drawing Game

Thrift Treasure: Squint Drawing Game

One type of game that never seems to go out of style are drawing games. Classics like Pictionary or Telestrations are on many of our game shelves. New ideas in this genre, like NObjects where you draw with your finger instead of a pencil, a ...