Our Game Table

When we first moved into our house, we brought our circular dining table from our New Jersey condo with us. After a year however, we decided we wanted to upgrade the table, as it only seated 6, and it fit awkwardly in our house’s rectangular dining space. A lot of hobby gamers play their games on a […]

New to us games – February 2018

February was a rough month for me, health-wise. But now I get to cheer myself up now looking at how many new games we fit in in before things went south! New board games, from best to worst: 1960: The Making of the President – this political area control game about the 1960 United States presidential election is […]

How we organize and store Mansions of Madness

Yesterday, we looked at how to organize Star Wars Imperial Assault. Today, we’ll look at how we are currently organizing another large game in our collection – Mansions of Madness 2nd Edition. Spoiler alert: it’s pretty similar. Since Adam had a bunch of these Battlefoam boxes from his Warmachine days, we store our models in one of […]

How we organize and store Star Wars Imperial Assault

In this post, I looked at how we normally store our games. But with so many components and expansions, we needed a better way to store Imperial Assault. Here’s how we are currently storing this game. (I expect this will change after the arrival of our Glowforge). I think we have all of the expansions […]

How we organize and store our board games

This is a topic that comes up frequently in board game discussions: how do you organize and store your games? We keep our games in a set of Ikea Kallax units: we have 3 4×4 units, plus we have stacked 1×4 units on top (in white, because that most matches our house décor). We removed […]

This Week in Eclectic Gaming 4/14/14

We’re finally getting back to some miniature gaming this week, well at least the modeling part. Tabletop RPGs As with most Mondays, it was RPG time with The Gnome Game. There’s aren’t anymore gnomes since we’re playing Deadlands Classic, but The Gnome Game it shall be called none the less. We’re shaking off the rust […]

Speed Painting Blindwater Congregation – Part 1: Gators

When our club was starting up a Journeyman league last year, I decided I wanted another army that was quick to paint that I could churn out easily. I’d been painting my clean looking Retribution and I needed a change. I settled on Blindwater Congregation.  The gators are easy to paint and they don’t have […]