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I don't do much of any electronic game, though I have the access to #Gloomhaven digital through the #Frosthaven KS campaign. I still need to try that out.

I have been super swamped with a few health issues, and a lot of work lately. So, I have not been gaming as much as I would like.but, for me, when I am tired, the last thing I want to see is a screen. When I am in case like you describe, I read a book.

many many different themes to make sure every knows it's a broad audience

Authentic Belgian beers ...being an authentic Belgian :)

ways to find and meet up paople wanting to play a certain game (physical/electronic board)

A good espresso! :D

Cheese, crisps, some less ordinary soda's

Warm, wood colors, kinda aurstria lodge style

some austrian food is a hole in the market in Belgium. Nodoby does it; it fits the lodge theme :)

 

 

Not a bad week for me...

Wrapped up another game of #Teotihuacan: City of Gods with and . She wiped the floor with us this time around. Looking forward to including in some future plays :)

Sarah's grandparents came up to visit for the weekend which brought her parents and siblings up here as well. We haven't seen her grandparents in a couple of years now so that was nice to see them again. Her nana brought a few versions of Monopoly with her and we only got around to playing #Monopoly Super Electronic Banking. I still have no idea why her family likes Monopoly so much haha but I will say this version played really quick and was actually bearable. I also introduced them to #Camel Up (Second Edition) and #Monikers which were both a ton of fun as always.

We've started our (my) quest in trying to play all of our new games from last month. Spoiler alert, I got even more than I had posted about. We played #Kashgar: Merchants of the Silk Road last night and Sarah really enjoyed it. We both agreed that it might get a little boring over time but we like it for now!

Solo gaming has been way more fun than I would’ve ever anticipated. 

Welcome to the club!

This review makes me more interested in Viticulture now. Shall I send the bill to you in the mail or by electronic message?

I played a couple games of Carcassonne and Forbidden Island with non gamers. 

I played Dominion with my wife. 

I played two solo sessions of Star Trek: Frontiers. That game is so so engrossing. 

I played several games of Race for the Galaxy electronically. 

What if (stay with me here) board game companies started tree farms? Or, at least, planted (or donated to a group that plants) x number of trees per x amount of games sold. That could help offset the paper products used. Of course, trees do take time to grow, so that's another issue and consideration.

As for plastic, recycling really needs to be better here. Where I live now, we were going to sign up for recycling, despite having to pay for it, until we learned that most of it goes into the landfill anyway. Not a very worthwhile effort there. Back home in Canada, it's way easier to recycle (and cheaper/free too, depending on where you live).

I think we could do better at recycling bits. I mean, the gold medals for the upcoming Olympics in Japan are made of recycled electronics/mobile phones. I don't know much about the recycling process, but using discarded bits for other components could work.

Speaking of...

Have you guys heard of the game Dungeon Drop? It came about from a design contest in which the contestants had to used a bunch of leftover pieces and components. Of course, with the game in development now, they'll need to produce more than just what's leftover, but the concept remains.

I'm all for it. I think in this electronic world board games will keep on becoming more popular.