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Written by: Jeffrey Luce
On the shores of a small inland lake in a sleepy town in the woods of New England, the sun shines and a mild breeze blows. The sounds of children can be heard laughing as they splash in the water by the ...
August 16th, 2013
Written by: Pete Ruth
I'm probably beating the last vestiges of flesh from a dead horse at this point, but I'm going to anyhow because as much as I write about it, I still don't understand it, and it's never been adequately e...
August 13th, 2013
Written by: Jeffrey Luce
#It was 78 degrees Fahrenheit, the sun was shining and there was a slight but steady breeze. It was, in effect, the perfect summer day. Inside a dark room with no windows, with a odor of mildew hovering r...
August 12th, 2013
Written by: Rliyen
Only two and a 1/2 years later, I finally finished Murder City Blues.  It took a couple of co-workers who were interested in it to put the fire under my ass to finish it. Since I'm not going to brea...
August 12th, 2013
Written by: Sagrilarus
#    For the last six months I've been trying to get my arms around an article describing the heavy gaming group my son participates in at the local library every Saturday.  My buddy T...
August 8th, 2013
Written by: Pete Ruth
# (Lots of pictures at if you're interested) A couple weeks ago the folks at Escape Pod Games offered me ...
August 6th, 2013
Written by: Pete Ruth
# Patrick Leder, the designer of one of my favorite games, Five Fingered Severance, Kickstarted a game a while back called Trick or Treat (ToT), but it totally went under my radar because I'm not really k...
August 4th, 2013
Written by: Simon DeSmet
#   Last post I looked at Wars of the Roses games. I’m going to do another period piece here, this time I’ve only played two games from the period though; The Peloponnesian War, a Victor...
July 31th, 2013
Written by: Jeffrey Luce
#"This isn't right. This doesn't seem right." The True Believer turns in a slow pirouette taking in the unfamiliar surroundings. "My calculations were exact. I double and triple checked them. Yet this is ...
July 26th, 2013
Written by: Jur
I played two games of Age of Renaissance in the last month. It had been almost a decade since we last played it, so we all had to have a good look at the rules. Although rusty, we were back up to speed b...
July 25th, 2013
Written by: Andrew Miller
Some progress today:  stayed on my feet most of the day cleaning and doing things around the house.   Avoided the computer for most of the day.  Also went shopping and did a fairly good jo...
July 25th, 2013
Written by: Andrew Miller
I have been trying for weeks to spend less time at my computer.  I am hoping the member blog here at F:AT will help me. I was looking for a place to share some thoughts and this  seemed like a ...
July 23th, 2013
Written by: Kevin Nicholson
#You want to be happy, but to be happy you need food, water and shelter . You need money to pay for your necessities, so you need a job to get money. You get a job that pays the bills, but then you’re n...
July 10th, 2013
Written by: JMcL63
#This is just not on chaps I wrote back in December 2008 about my frustration with the way that Combat Commander: Mediterrean’s updated Random Scenario Generator allows only the ...
July 9th, 2013
Written by: JMcL63
#In full retreat So, Badger was round last Friday for our regular Combat Commander session, which we had carefully planned to make sure we’d have time for 2 games. Committed as we are...
July 8th, 2013
Written by: Sagrilarus
July 6th, 2013
Written by: JMcL63
#More games than you can shake a stick at June saw a glut of games after the recent months’ paltry pickings I noted a few weeks ago- a total of 21 games played in 15 sessions. The Sat...
July 2th, 2013
Written by: R H Webster
I come from a time and a place when all board games,  proper board games,  had the Grand Canyon running through the middle.  Pop-o-Matic games were cult-of-the-new trash, fit only for acid...
July 1th, 2013
Written by: Christopher Moore
  (Edit:  I accidentally posted this before I had a chance to finish it because I suck, so I apologize to the 70+ people who clicked on this and then went, "What the hell?")     ...
June 27th, 2013
Written by: JMcL63
At the mercy of the machine? Gav and I spent a day at Alton Towers last week. This was a bit of a turn up for the books: the trip had looked likely for September; I’d never hitherto ...
June 26th, 2013
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