I'm setting up a new board gaming site but am having difficulty coming up with a name that isn't cliched. Can you help? [more inside]
I'm looking for games that have an element of creativity and can be just as fun played without a real winner. For example, games like Encore (a singing game), Telestrations (a drawing game), or Apples to Apples/Cards Against Humanity. All of those games can be played to win, but the real fun is in the game itself. While I'd definitely be interested in games that don't require any supplies (ie charades) I'm really looking for fun stuff to give as gifts.
Need Help Identifying a Baseball Dice/Card Game From the 80s/90s. [more inside]
What activities/questions/elements would YOU include in a [card and/or board] game meant to serve as part of the "maintenance work" of a romantic relationship? [more inside]
What are the dimensions of the plastic petri dishes used to store disease cubes that ship with the Pandemic expansion, On The Brink?
I'd like to create an online board game, sort of a cross between Life and an RPG. If this could ultimately be ported into mobile apps, even better. Program suggestions? [more inside]
My finacee and I like to play boardgames in the evenings in the cold months, but we need some fun, challenging games that don't take so long to play and that can be completed in an hour or two. [more inside]
Diplomacy (the board game): What are your favorite websites for playing Diplomacy? Simple, graphical sites a big plus. How about your favorite (offline) software for keeping track of games, for Mac? And finally, what are your favorite general-info Diplomacy sites? Thanks!
My SO and I really enjoy playing a two-player card game called Jambo
. If you are familiar with this game, what other two-player game would you recommend that a Jambo
player would enjoy? [more inside]
Half-remembered board game ID question: In the mid-'90s, my family was visiting some friends who owned a strange board game involving evolution, species, a hexagonal grid, and lots and lots of dice. What was it? [more inside]
Question about the game Scotland Yard
. Are the rules crazy or are we just playing the game straight up wrong? [more inside]
Some friends and I are going to be playing Arkham Horror this Friday. None of us has ever played before. What advice can you give to a bunch of first-timers? [more inside]
I'd like to play the board game Clue either through a web browser or an iPad/iPhone app. Ideally I could play against a friend or friends where we sign in/sign up and AI fills in as the other players as needed. If the playing-against-friends part isn't possible, then playing against random people online or AI would be fine. I've seen a Clue game on the App Store, but it's "Clue" in name only, not the actual board game. Maybe there's a Clue ripoff somewhere that follows the same room/weapon/character whodunit format? Any recommendations? Thanks in advance.
Good place for a small group gathering for boisterous board game fun? [more inside]
Can anyone tell me what game this board
When playing games with my friends, I tend to get very competitive and bitter. In that moment of frustration, what are some things I can tell myself so I calm down? [more inside]
Board game filter: What's a good strategic board game for 3-4 players with moderate attention spans? [more inside]
I am trying to prototype my own board/card game. I need a way to design a card format onto 4" x 6" and 3" x 3" spaces. Something like the software CCG maker
but different sizes and not Magic specific. [more inside]
Anyone know of any board-game-friendly coffee houses in the Hollywood/West LA/Glendale/Burbank area? [more inside]
Help us get an original (and awesome) board game published [more inside]
Looking for a game I used to play on the Apple IIe [more inside]
I'm looking for two things on OSX:
1) A chess trainer
2) "Go" (and if it has a training function, even better) [more inside]