By Todd Sanders Warning: May contain minor spoilers about Gone Girl In film, board games are still used more for product placement rather than as an active part of a scene (an exception being Jumanji where the game was the main dramatic plot device). A recent, positive example, was Gone Girl which came out in […]
By Todd Sanders For board games on popular TV shows let’s focus on two culturally significant programs – The Big Bang Theory and The Simpsons – each of which take a different tack in how they approach the presentation of board games. In this article I will first focus on The Big Bang Theory, and […]
By Todd Sanders Years ago, when I was in architecture school, I worked at a comic book store. To pass the time there we, of course, read all the comic books that were released each week, and, as a student architect, I became curious about the urban places and buildings that artists drew in a […]
Allen O’Connor mixed …and then, we held hands. into a busy week of gaming, sometimes as a finisher after some much heavier games. You can see what he has to say below in some excerpts from his blog on BoardGameGeek.com.
Kyle Pratt selected …and then, we held hands. as part of his 12×5 game challenge for 2016. It looks like he and his wife are off to a great start, because they both loved the game. Here’s an excerpt from his blog post:
For backers of the …and then, we held hands. Kickstarter campaign, we included a postcard featuring original art by Marie Cardouat, the artist for the game. Some fans of the game sent the postcard back to us with their kind words of appreciation. We love the fact that such an unusual game can find such passionate […]
It’s summer time, which means many of us are on holiday. While some people are crazy enough to bring full, four hour euros with them, many prefer to bring games that are quick to teach, learn, and play. These types of games are often known as “fillers”, and here to talk about filler games she enjoys […]
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