UPDATE! We recorded the panel and you can listen to the audio here!
Hey hey! I am so excited to announce that I will be co-hosting a panel at Playthrough Gaming Convention at the Raleigh Convention Center in Raleigh, NC! Join me and fellow game enthusiasts Jim Price (The Board Game Bandit), and Dara Chalice on Sunday, February 18th, from 2 – 3 pm, as we discuss games that we’ll still be playing years from now and ones we won’t. What games will you be playing 5 years from now? Its obvious, but I’ll still be playing (Settlers of) Catan.
Please note: panel attendance is free and you do not need a ticket to attend, however you will need access to the convention and can buy your tickets here (20% off at time of publication!): https://www.playthroughgc.com/
Hey hey! Sarah Trager, Settler of Catan Mayor of Machi Koro here. Over the next week and a half I will be giving away 10 board games and over 60 promos as part of the 12 Days of Christmas, to get my social media following off the ground. Like the Settler of Catan Mayor of Machi Koro Facebook page to be qualified, and follow me on Twitter and Instagram for bonus entries! Happy Holidays!
I am happy to announce my 2018 10X10 Challenge picks! I can’t wait to play these games and I am really looking forward to playing with friends with whom I’ve worked out some of these choices. Without further ado, my picks are, in no particular order…
Katamino is a 1-2 player puzzle game that takes as long as you would like for it to take (box says 10+ minutes) and can be played by people of almost any age (box says age 3+). To play Katamino players have several options, all of which include using colorful blocks to complete puzzles or layouts.
I recently returned as a guest on The Board Game Bandit to discuss Smash Up with Jim Price and Eric Glassey. In the podcast we talk about how different player counts effect the game and we visioncast some ideas about new formats for tournament play. Check it out here!
UPDATE: See my 2018 10X10 picks here and follow along here as I work on my challenge!
I’ll read this to you!
Hey hey. I’ve recently discovered something called a “ten by ten” which is a commitment/challenge to play ten games ten times in a set amount of time, usually a year. I’m so excited to explore this and to work on my own 10X10 throughout 2018. This will be my first time doing a 10X10 and, while the concept seems pretty simple, I wanted to make sure I was “doing it right”. In addition to doing some research on my own I also posted this in an online community of board gamers: