Kickstarter Roundup: Cabaret and Fantasy Football: Draft, Deals, and Dice!

Written by (@nightskyre) on August 18, 2015 in Features, Opinion

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Its a tale of two games this week. I had the opportunity to check out two very different games over the last few weeks: one casual and one deep. One was basically finished, and the other in the midst of development. I’m excited for both games for completely different reasons. This is exactly why I… Read More »


Kickstarter Roundup: GenCon, Five Minute Delivery, and Mow Money!

Written by (@nightskyre) on August 3, 2015 in Features, Opinion

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What a week it’s been for board gaming! In addition to great new games coming out of Gen Con, a few wildly successful Kickstarter games began shipping this week: Exploding Kittens, from Matthew Inman (The Oatmeal), and Tesla vs Edison, by Artana Games. We’ll have an unboxing video for TvE up shortly. Nonetheless, this column… Read More »


KickStarter Roundup: Tabletop Game Edition

Written by (@nightskyre) on July 20, 2015 in Features, Opinion

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Kickstarter has been in the news quite a bit over the last few years. Whether it is the questionable need for a Kickstarter for a well-known game like Shenmue III, the runaway success of Kickstarters like the Pebble Time, or the heartwarming story of every child of the 80’s resurrecting Reading Rainbow, Kickstarter appeals to… Read More »


Me and My Robot: One Year of Titanfall (With Gifs!)

Written by (@robotmilk) on March 13, 2015 in Features

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This week marks the one year anniversary of the release of Titanfall, Respawn Entertainment’s fast-paced, first person shooter. Highly considered the Xbox One’s “Killer App”, Titanfall was one of my top games of 2014, and will probably be one my favorite online shooters for years to come, even though  I haven’t played it since the summer ( I have… Read More »


You Can Go Home Again: Grim Fandango and Revisiting Classics of the Past

Written by (@imonahorse) on March 4, 2015 in Features

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Did you ever have a friend that you’ve known forever, hung out with, went through the fires with and was your best bud through thick and thin? Then you grew up and you realized you and this person no longer have anything in common anymore besides those memories of days past? Remember how disappointing that… Read More »

Bring Your Own Book Reading

PAX South 2015: Hands On with “Bring Your Own Book” Indie Tabletop Game

Written by (@leftybrown) on January 30, 2015 in Features, PAX South 2015

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Bring Your Book (BYOB) is easily the game I had the most fun playing at Pax South 2015. It was selected as one of eight games to be featured in the PAX South Tabletop Indie Showcase. The game is the brainchild of Matthew Moore (design) and Luke Nalker (art). Currently on Kickstarter, Bring Your Own… Read More »

TMG Play Together Stay Together

Join Our Married Gamers Family

Written by (@leftybrown) on January 2, 2015 in Features



The Married Gamers have several staff positions now open. We are looking for several writers, an editor, and graphics artist to join our ranks. Not your usual gaming website and podcast, The Married Gamers are a community of adult geeks and gamers. We feature news, views and reviews that focus on what the adult geek… Read More »


Thanksgiving TableTop: Breaking Bread and Playing Games

Written by (@nightskyre) on December 1, 2014 in Features

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It’s that time of year again – the time we welcome our friends and family around the table, break bread, and argue about who gets the gravy first. It’s a time to give thanks, and a time to remember that we all have friends and family that we never spend enough time with. As my… Read More »


Board Game Review: Titan Tactics

Written by (@robotmilk) on November 19, 2014 in Features

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I love tabletop gaming. I love the strategy, understanding models and characters stats, and trying to solve the never-ending  puzzle that is your opponent’s tactics. The biggest problem often with those games? Dice rolls. The element of dice and the randomness and chance can offset a lot of players from getting into a game. “There… Read More »


Pax Prime 2014: Hands-on with Dungeon of the Endless

Written by (@robotmilk) on September 3, 2014 in Features, PAX Prime 2014

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Paris based Amplitude Studio’s pixel-art infused roguelike Dungeon of the Endless was playable in the PAX Prime Indie Megabooth this weekend at PAX Prime 2014 in Downtown Seattle. Currently in Steam Early Access and slated to for the Xbox One this year, Dungeon of the Endless is a crossblend of the tried and true mechanics… Read More »