Category: Board Games

Family Reunions

As we move to the summer months many families have large get together over BBQ and pasta salad. Nerds do this type of get together as well but instead of a watermelon or hotdogs we bring a new board game for the family to try out.   With great gusto I bring a couple of board games with me...

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Cache Me If You Can!

This weekend I got the chance to try a new game, Cache Me If You Can, a board game about Geocaching created by DPH Games Inc. I went into this as a muggle, meaning I have never geocached before, but I do enjoy board games. There are no dice and everyone has the same base movement. Everyone starts...

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Carcassonne Marathon, Part 1

Welcome to our very first guest article. Scott Myers, one half of the blog T-shirt Avalanche, has been a part of my gaming circle for the last ten years and is a regular traveling companion to many of the various conventions that we Princesses get to throughout the year. Beyond that, Scott is a...

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TableTop Day and Braaaiiinnns!

In the immortal (undead) words of Doctor Hannah, “Braaaaiiinsss.*” *The good doctor is actually trying to say that he hopes you will be celebrating International TableTop Day on Saturday, March 30th, one week from today. In addition to your daily recommended dose of brains, getting together with...

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