Archive for category Board/Card Game Design
Arkham Horror was one of the first “real” board games I played. Oh sure, I did the whole Magic: the Gathering (and every other CCG out there) thing, I’d done roleplaying, I’d kicked around Warhammer/40K, but, when it came to board and (non-collectable) games? I still thought of things like Risk, Monopoly, Life, and the […]
So, this has sort of been touched on while I was playing Ghost Stories, but there is another side to cooperative games. A dark, sinister side of which very few are privy to. A side which many should fear to see, for seeing it is a sign that the end of days has arrived.
Okay, maybe I’m being a little overly dramatic.
One of the more interesting things for me over the course of Cooperation Month has been the fact that, honestly, I’m not that big on cooperative board games. I like competitive games. I like competing and beating other people. That isn’t to say I don’t like cooperative gaming. Quite the contrary. I have a love […]