by Madison Butler | Mar 10, 2020 | Reviews, Tabletop Games
As long as I can remember, I have been a fan of mysteries. Growing up, I was always the kid begging to play Clue when board game nights rolled around and spending countless hours with HER Interactive’s Nancy Drew PC games. Naturally, when the opportunity to review Agatha Christie’s Death on the Cards arose, I jumped at it. (more…)
Madison Butler is Sidequest’s self-proclaimed jock editor. She co-founded the blog Critsumption and once got really into powerlifting via Fitness Boxing for the Nintendo Switch. She tweets at @_maddilo.
by Angie Wenham | Jul 22, 2019 | Reviews, Tabletop Games
Affection is a card-based, turn-taking game with a simple aim: be as vulnerable as possible. I am probably the least-equipped person to do this.
I’ve mentioned in other posts that I’m autistic. Contrary to the many inaccurate stereotypes about autism, I do have feelings. I actually experience empathy to an alarming degree; I can’t begin to tell you the amount of TV shows and books that have ruined me, emotionally, for days and weeks. (more…)
Angie writes reviews and stories whenever she is not investigating the latest dating sim or visual novel. She is a full-time Dragon Age obsessive but also plays board games and tabletop RPGs when she can. Besides games, Angie enjoys manga, broody tattooed elves, and TV cannibals.
by K Bey | Aug 28, 2017 | Uncategorized
Gen Con in Indianapolis, Indiana is known as the four best days in gaming. On August 19th through 20th, companies showcased their best new games to over 200,000 attendees at the 50th anniversary of the tabletop convention. Below is a list of ten new and exciting card games that were demoed, previewed, and sold at Gen Con.
by Chachi Bobinks | May 30, 2016 | Reviews, Tabletop Games
Welcome to the first installment of Homegrown Guild, Chachi Bobinks’s new column about family-friendly gaming. This month she takes a look at Discount Salmon, an all-ages card game.
Sometimes the only thing I want in life is a fun game I can play with my kids. (more…)
by K Bey | May 6, 2016 | Features
The Pokémon Trading Card Game National Championships are just around the corner. So what does that mean for competitive TCG players? April and May were filled with the trials and tribulations of State Championships and Regionals. These events are how competitive players gain points and hope to qualify to compete in Nationals, and score invitations to the World Championships in August. (more…)