Hard to believe that come November 5th, I'll be hosting my 5th Extra Life game day! In that time I've raised over $9000 for children's hospitals and Team Troll has raised over $18000! Why do this? Not only is it a great and worthy cause, but my now nearly 11 year old daughter has spent... Continue Reading →
I consider myself a lucky guy. I’ve got two great daughters and I can brag about all the things that father’s normally brag about. But I’ve got some extra brag here - because both of my girls harbor a love of tabletop games. I feel slightly strange saying this, but it’s like I grew my... Continue Reading →
24 hours straight, all board games, RPGs and video games, non-stop because I want to help heal kids. **Donate Securely Here** I'm on a mission to save kids through table top games, and I need your help. Boston Children's Hospital treats thousands of children each year, regardless of their family's ability to pay. These kids... Continue Reading →
24 hours straight, all board games, RPGs and video games, non-stop because I want to help heal kids. **Donate Securely Here** I'm on a mission to save kids through table top games, and I need your help. Yup, I'm doing another charity thing. It's a little different this time though. This time, it's personal Boston... Continue Reading →
Cheeky Little Gits I've spent a fair amount of time lately creating games for kids, and playing games with kids - primarily my own two girls who are 6 and 9. I've come to the conclusion that the natural state of gaming for children is to get away with absolutely as much as possible and... Continue Reading →
The Savage Peanuts is a role-playing scenario for kids, in which the players must rescue a boy who has been kidnapped by feral peanut people. I use the term scenario deliberately. This is not an adventure; the story is not linear (well, except for the set-up). This article describes a problematic situation and the characters... Continue Reading →
Along the same spirit as the Humble Indie Bundle for video games, I'm looking to start up a two week indie RPG bundle on DriveThruRPG.
Over the past few days I was able to sit down with my two daughters, Izzie (aged 8) and Luca (aged 5) to talk about their gaming experiences, and what our semi-weekly gaming nights looked like through their eyes.