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#344

Here is my latest video.
This is quite a personal one - hope you like it. If you do, please feel free to share it - I would like more people to know it is there.


#345

Wow, that obliterated me. Well told and illuminating. Will definitely be sharing this, and will be subscribing for future videos.


#346

Thanks for sharing it. The ending was lovely, really got me. Liked and Subscribed :+1:


#347

Hey thank you!

I mainly held off on posting the site as I don’t intend to start updating the blog until May when I graduate but for those who are interested in my current body of work feel free to check it out:

https://www.thecomicquest.com/

I am planning on doing a daily draw for April leading up to Avengers: Endgame so if you like pixel art,
I’ll be starting on Monday! (I will also be posting them all to my twitter @DungeonsNDrag so feel free to follow me there as well!)


#348

I’m currently writing a GM-less RPG called “Facing the Titan”. I just released a preview of the game, with a full Titan and its Setting, and rules on how to create a setting for a one-shot.

Meet Vamakaskan, the Beast of Origins, on my blog !


#349

Finally posted my “new to me boardgames - March 2019” post.

With 8 new to me games, it’s a doozy!

Some really good games in there, though (Dice Forge and Cuba Libre to name two)


#350

I’ve recently started writing reviews for Meeple Mountain, starting with a review of Inis. It’s fun to get to talk about games ya’ll!


#351

Wrote my review of Res Arcana. TLDR I just expanded from my rant in Last Games You Played thread

Also, here’s my top 30 ‘New to Me’ for 2018.


#352

Interested in a quick (40 minutes or so) tactical area control game about the Russian Revolution?

Dual Powers: Revolution 1917 is your game!


#353

I’ve got an RPG blog and hex mapping dm tool at rhysmakesthings.com/blog and rhysmakesthings.com/gm_friend .

Plus I recently uploaded a comedy sketch “How To Make an Animated GIF” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5xFtovjU9A


#354

@whovian223 not my style of play normally, but heck that looks great! I really like “the hammer” (well, all the components seem like they’re very high quality, truth be told) and the bones of the gameplay look really clean.


@rhysplaysgames That’s actually a very useful tool, easy to pick up and implement.
Also, thank you for someone FINALLY figuring out how to pronounce “gif.”


#355

You’re not a big card-driven area control guy?


#356

I don’t care what the creator thinks, it’s gif with a hard ‘g’ sound. It’s not a jraphic interchange format file, now is it?


#357

I do like these type of games, I really like both area-control and card driven games, but looking at my collection, I’ve realized that hidden-role, creative, abstract strat, RPGs, and dex games tend to add themselves to the pile.

Also things I just like to look at, the art-factor is inappropriately disproportional to the mechanics, which kind of bothers me (I swear my wallet does things that my hands have no knowledge of. I have no idea how I got 80% of my games that are more “pretty” than “good”).


#358

Yep. It’s pronounced “hiff.”

(All joking aside, yes, the creator is totally wrong).


OK Ok ok, let’s stop messing around, kids. Let the other nerds plug their stuff here!


#359

I used to write music reviews a long time back, but this weekend was the first time I’ve ever felt compelled to write a board game review. I discovered a little abstract solo game that was just so good that it needed a review.


#360

Both “abstract” and “solo” kind of unfairly get kicked to the curb with some gamers, but I love them both, the combination is great (I can play this on the bus, car (as a passenger!), or plane. Probably on a train, too, but Florida has some kind of aversion to rail, so I can’t test that). Thanks for putting this here.


#361

Solo is still not something I typically enjoy, but I have discovered several simple abstract games that can be played asynchronously with coworkers and am getting a lot of fun out of it.


#362

I’m still working through the design for a flower-collection card game, but one of the playtesters was so enamored of it so far he made a little promo video. I’m pretty promotion-averse, but how I could I not share something that sweet?

Folks like Mike Heiman are one very good reason I keep going back to print & play.


#363

It’s been a while since I’ve taken a board game photo I thought was particularly good but I got a new camera today so wanted to see what it could do. Quite happy with the results!