Games Archive


Press Release: San Antonio based Balero Games announces The Game of Roaches

Be a creepy crawly roach trying to take over the house! Balero Games announces The Game of Roaches a new imagination filled table top game where players get to be roach characters who are trying to take over the house. Designed by a middle school science teacher, Colleen Guzman, The Game of


An Experience With Playstation Live Chat

Note: There’s no place (that I could find anyway) to leave feedback support. So I’m using my own platform to leave support feedback. Also, I’ve only used the Live Chat option. Every time I’ve checked the phone call wait time, it’s at least thirty minutes. Aint nobody got time for that. Dear


Tabletop Game Review: App’d

Disclaimer: I was sent a copy of App’d for review. At last year’s Gen Con, I was flipping through the program and saw a listing for a cyberpunk card game. Well, really I didn’t need to read more than that because I prefer card games and I love the cyberpunk genre. I


Extra Life Gaming Marathon for Riley

Regular readers will know that I enjoy games. I play some tabletop games (although admittedly they don’t always catch my attention), and I spend hours every week playing video games. But what you may not know, is that I also really love sleep. Sleep is pretty much the best thing ever. I


Rant: Why Isn’t Backwards Compatibility a Thing?

A few weeks ago we had a brief power outage, and thought my XBox 360 was hosed. Luckily, it ened up only being the power supply that was fried (side note: always check the grounding on your outlets). But before I figured that out, I started looking at the Xbox One and


“It’s Mine and You Can’t Have It!” – Paralleles on Gender in Video Games and Roller Derby

There’s yet another post going around the internet about how men don’t belong in derby. I’d post it here, but it’s more of the same and more of what we’ll see again. And as I read through the arguments put forth, I realized I’d heard them all before, except they had been directed


Press Release: 64oz Games Launches Kickstarter to Make Tabletop Games for Visually Impaired

Independence is defined, roughly, as being able to do what you want, when you want, the way you want. When it comes to board gaming this has been an impossibility for the blind and visually impaired communities for far too long. Players are stuck relying on friends and family to make the


Around Indy: Game Paradise

Yesterday (April 5) was the second annual International Tabletop Day, a day designated to celebrate analog gaming. I spent the day at Game Paradise in Fountain Square celebrating Frank from QuantumFit’s birthday. Game Paradise has been on my list of places to go for a while now so I was happy to


Giveaway: Avenger Controller Mod

Something funny happens when you move. You realize how much stuff you have. And how much you don’t use a lot of that stuff. And that you really want to get rid of some of that stuff you don’t really use. As I was straightening out my media console the other day,


Press Release: Impact Miniatures Launches DCC Kickstarter

Note: This is the text of their Kickstarter page, rather than a traditional press release. Goodman Games has a really well written RPG in an old school style D&D style called Dungeon Crawl Classics (DCC for short).  The DCC rulebook, with the insights from Joseph Goodman on how to be a great judge /