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I’m assuming that by your interest in this article, most of you already have your own home-brewed Player 3? Maybe even a fourth or fifth little spawn to fulfill all those board game requirements? At least that was my plan until Continue reading Teaching Board Games to our Youth (Part 1)
Whether you’re teaching a game to your friends or doing a professional demonstration, how you teach a game can lead your players into gaming bliss or frustrated failure.
This has become exceedingly clear to me after sitting through several demos and leaving disappointed in what I thought would be a good game. To be honest demoing a game can be hard sometimes. You can be nervous or have a super rowdy crowd. You could be showing a game to people who have never seen a board game before and seriously even some instruction booklets get these simple steps wrong.
So I’ve devised a quick reference to help everyone out.
How to Demo a Game… better!
Continue reading How to Demo a Game
Once upon a time Desert Sky Games, in Gilbert, AZ, was a hub for Magic the Gathering players. They focused on having the best supported games, turnouts and merchandise. However over the recent months I’ve been hearing some really weird things. From the disgruntled recounts of their reduced MTG table space. To the constant reorganizing/merchandising of the store. For the most part I’ve dismissed these recounts but I never truly expected the most recent and depressing article on DSG’s Blog spot.
Continue reading Desert Sky Games, what happened?
So, you’ve already identified your local game store’s specialty. This is really important as it will play an intricate part in how busy the store is and what types of gamers like to hang out there. So what’s the secret to a successful game site with the right type of players?
Continue reading Choose your Gaming Poison Part 2