This second part in gaming with the next generation goes over playing Kings of War with my son and the things I do to keep him interested in the game.
We’re gamers, we have opinions, and often strong ones, so we write editorials. We do focus on whatever game strikes our fance at the moment. Sometimes we just rattle on about damn near anything. Some of us are getting old and grumpy.
These editorial articles cover a broad range of stuff. We have a fair share of opinion pieces, like our opinions on a codex, new edition of the rules, or reviews of units. There’s also some more introspective articles, like keeping games interesting, or how to better understand yourself as a gamer.
Basically, you will find the thoughts of our authors here, and hopefully that doesn’t scare you away.
Toys are a great cheap way to get some models for your wargaming armies. However, what do you think about it? Here’s what I think.
As someone who has played solo wargames, I wanted to share my experience and thoughts on the subject. It’s not something you should be ashamed of doing, and there’s a lot to be learned from solo wargaming. So, check out my tips and advice on the subject.
I wanted to talk about Frostgrave and the great elements of the game. Also, I’m showing my three warbands that I’ve created for the game.
I like to keep a record of all of my games. So, I wanted to talk about the reasons why I keep those records, and how they help me as a gamer.
I want to share some insights and lessons I’ve learned with trying to get children involved in miniature gaming. You have to approach things a little differently with kids to keep their interest and engage them. I hope you find this useful.
Here’s a list of 9 simple etiquette rules to follow for better games of 40K. It’s just basic stuff that everyone should be doing.
I’m legally blind, and I wanted to talk about what it’s like gaming while being blind. It has some unique challenges, as you might imagine.