I purchased this box set on Kickstarter when the campaign first started, hoping to get my husband a game that he would like but hadn’t heard of yet. The game was an instant hit with the family. We have teenagers who aren’t really so interested in a long game with parents, and this game moves […]Read More 5 Minute Dungeon: A Review
A few weeks ago I went to OWLcon – a small gaming convention at Rice University (Rice mascot=Owl=OwlCON) in Houston. My husband LOVES board games and this small game convention focuses more heavily on board games than your large scale convention like PAX. We went into the convention not knowing what to expect, but hoping to […]Read More Gaming Tools — A D&D Win! (or Magic, if you’re into that)
Something curious seems to have happened in the market as of late. I first noticed it with the video game Battlefield 5 pre-release when the people trying to convince their perspective customers to buy their product actually said “If you don’t like it, don’t buy it.” This is a curious way to market a product, […]Read More If you don’t like it, don’t buy it?
First, I have to confess that my family is Army. My father was a Vietnam Vet. He was a medic in the Army who served with Marines (thus the warning to me to never date a Marine). My Uncle is a Medical Corps Doctor. I have one brother that served in Iraq in the Medical […]Read More ESports the Army Way
A video report of this can be found at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_paL1QpzQM I myself am a RECENT transplant to San Antonio from Houston, and before Houston from California’s Inland Empire, also called “the Greater Los Angeles Area.” But that’s the key right there “from California”—With the tech bubble ever expanding, and Silicon Valley ever imploding over politics, […]Read More PAX South – 2019 – report