Here's all you need to know: 5 minutes. 30 games. 2 players.
Can they find them all? Who will win? Who will scream more? How many times do they run into each other? How long will their dog bark? Where can you get those cool kitty shirts?
The answers to these and so much more in this late breaking, non-stop thrill ride, according to local reporters. Join Kim and Louis for the game hunt of the century.
Or maybe it's just silly fun. Watch it here: youtu.be/4q3OuuuxUvk
Want to play a good game? Love deckbuilders? And worker placement?
Lost Ruins of Arnak is such a great game. Want to find out why? Well, look no further!
I tell you about the mechanics, how you play, and what makes this game so cool. in this video. Lost Ruins of Arnak won Game of the Year for a reason and you should give it a chance today!
Watch it here: youtu.be/1q5mDb-UzPQ
I walk you through all the ins and outs of Brew, a 2-4 player dice placement game.
It's fun and dynamic, a perfect game for a light-medium level strategy experience. Not only do I teach you how to play, I walk you through the first round of a 2-player game.
Check out how to apply forage dice, draft creatures, brew and drink potions, and use element dice to take control of a forest card. Take a turn or two with me and learn how to play Brew today!
Watch here: youtu.be/rH7fE8EwLws
Join me for this Kickstarter review of Roll in One, a dice golfing game.
Players will design their own holes, making a Par 3, 4, or 5 each round. On their turn, players will select a die that uniquely mimics a golf club. They will hit their ball down the hole until they "bust" and then their turn is over.
It's a fast, fun, and easy to learn game that matches function with theme perfectly.
Check it out here: youtu.be/YyxGJolbGgY
Green House is a game by Adam Lupu and Alix Dvorak that teaches players how to save the planet.
It's a collaborative game that takes 20-30 minutes to play. Up to 8 players can experience the events that we all face in our current climate and they counteract the negaitve effects like greenhouse gasses with decisive action.
I tell you how to play in this video as well as showcase the many things I like about this game and why it's perfect for your classroom today!
Watch it here: youtu.be/yA5GjesQu9Q
Louis joins me to create a list of 11 essential cooperative games that you should consider playing (5 Casual, 6 Strategy).
Fortunately, we've divided cooperative games into two categories: casual games and strategy games. The former offers gamers lighter fare that usually takes about an hour to play. The latter provides a rich, thematic tabletop experience that takes between 1-2 hours to play.
Either way you go, you can't miss our Essential Cooperative Games!
Watch it here: youtu.be/aty7bd7PkuY
I played a couple games last week that I thought weighed too heavily on the luck factor.
While I like a little luck in games, I prefer more strategy than these two games offer players. One has dice and the other has cards and tiles. What games am I talking about?!
Stay tuned and you'll find out which two they are!
Watch here: youtu.be/tbNq8Dhas1M
Join me in this video to find out my favorite gaming mechanics. What games have the mechanics that make my brain the happiest?
Some of you might be able to guess the mechanic, but can you guess the game example I offer that showcases that mechanic, too?!
I've even included some runners up and hopefully enough suggestions for each game mechanic to get you thinking about what game mechanics make your brain feel good.
Watch it here: youtu.be/wQXWxBmFaCw
Kim is an avid gamer and enjoys reading books, watching movies and television shows, and playing with her two dogs.