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DC MUSEUM GAMING GROUP, JANUARY 2015 RECAP

Inclement weather had a big impact on our gaming this month. Two of our events were cancelled, and our monthly trip to Evansville to join the Saint Peter’s Church Community Game Night was also cancelled. So we

DC MUSEUM GAMING GROUP, 2014 RECAP

The DC Museum Gaming Group ended 2014 as a good first year. Initially Ken Graber decided to host an International TableTop Day event at the museum, and that got the ball rolling. TableTop Day was a success:

DC MUSEUM GAMERS UPDATE, DECEMBER 2014

December brought an end to our inaugural year of gaming at the Daviess County Museum. We have grown from an idea from the mind of Ken Graber, to participating in TableTop Day 2014. We begin January with

DC MUSEUM GAMERS UPDATE, NOVEMBER 2014

November was a busy month for the Daviess County Museum Gamers. We continue to add events and gamers, if at a slow pace. The Activities DC Museum Game Day, Saturday, November 1 Attendees – 4 New Attendees

Welcome to our new contributors

Hello, all!  We’ve added a few new contributors, who I’m sure will be introducing themselves over the next few days.   They’ll be bringing their own unique perspective to tabletop gaming 🙂

50 FAVORITE GAMES, 2014 EDITION

Since the end of the year brings out numerous Top 100/50/25/10 Games of All Time Lists, I thought I would throw my hat in the ring. My list is a little different, it is my favorite games,

DC MUSEUM GAMERS UPDATE, OCTOBER 2014

October continues to see the DC Museum Gamers evolve. We continue to develop or monthly game day on the first Saturday of the month, scheduling themes farther in advance. Additionally, we are developing a once a month

Jason’s Board Game Collection — Agents of SMERSH

As I mentioned before, as I add games to my collection, if they’re alphabetically before my current place in my list, I will jump back to include them.  This is the first of two such additions, before

Among the Living

It all started with A Game of Thrones.  My friend Kent had collected the base game and the first eighteen (yes, eighteen) expansions because he liked the art.  He never played the game, just collected the cards.

Collecting Games, Playing Games, and the “Cult of the New”

I collect games.  Whether I like to admit it or not, I collect games.  My collection has grown so much over the last two years, I certainly can’t deny it.  I’m trying to limit my game buying