Oh Seafall. I picked you up on discount, not really expecting a lot. Everyone else had already downplayed this game, but I figured for $20-30, how bad could it be? For those of you who aren't aware, Seafall was a 2016 Age of sail/Nautical themed Legacy game (a type of game where one game can drastically change the next time you play the game) released by Plaid Hat Games. It was highly anticipated at the time as it was the first legacy game that wasn't based on another game like Risk Legacy or Pandemic Legacy, however that anticipation didn't last very long. For me, I did get my money's worth out of this game, but I might need therapy after playing this game. It made me experience just about every emotion out there, to the point where I can't continue this conversation without throwing up a huge SPOILER WARNING!Read More
Are you familiar with the Spoon Theory? I've linked to wikipedia for some quick info, but there's a lot more in depth stuff available to read on. Also, I'm not an expert, so take everything I say with a grain of salt. Basically, the idea behind the Spoon Theory is that people only have a certain number of "Spoons" in a day, representing the amount of energy you have to conduct activities. For those with disabilities or mental illnesses, some tasks require more "spoons" than they would for another person, especially activities that require interacting with other people.Read More
Today I start a new series called "Board Game Workshop" where I talk about how I'm improving my various board games! In this video, I go over some of the painting that I've done for CMON's Zombicide Black Plague.
Collin steals the mic and wonders what it would be like for one of his favorite games to be turned into a RPG.
Everywhere it turns out! In fact there are multitudes of superhero RPGs. This week I just take a look of a few of these games.
I recently went to an Arkham Horror Invocation event, and it showed me how Fantasy Flight Games' Arkham Horror LCG can really be used in a bunch of different ways.