When it comes to Indie games there are so many great games out there, why limit yourself to a game you know backwards and forwards? With so many incredible games out there, you are bound to find your next favorite in no time!
In a year where many have turned to various forms of gaming to pass the time and keep entertained. Since we’re approaching the holiday season, the IggleGamers crew put together a gift guide for the gamer in your life! Whether playing board games with the family, mashing buttons on their favorite console, or a virtual D&D session, there are many options for gift-giving!
The classic tabletop role-playing game (TTRPG) Dungeons and Dragons is experiencing something of a renaissance lately, seemingly exploding on social media and in pop culture. No longer relegated to the dark corners of basements, D&D is now a pretty common part of conversation in many places online. Along with this rise in popularity, there is an appetite for fun content from fans-- and what better way to scratch the TTRPG itch than with a podcast? If you want a fun dose of D&D in your earbuds, check out Roll For It!
Once, I was a twelve-year-old girl who played Halo: Reach with her dad. Our basement was musty, but warm and populated by the couches I’d [...]
Thirteen is considered an unlucky number but today is your lucky day because +5 Charisma has 13 Halloween tabletop games to make your October mingles morbid. Gather your cadaverous cronies for a night of dreadful diversion!
This game took me by surprise. It is chewier than I generally like and movement can be a bit of a mindbend at first but it really is so much fun because Merlin throws everything into confusion. You can only plan so much in advance because if any of your actions requires Merlin and your opponent(s) move Merlin first, suddenly your whole scheme may be ruined. Time to reassess!
Indie publisher, Small Monsters Games' new card game, Takeout, is a small pack that packs a punch.
If you’re a gamer, you’ve probably heard the term ‘console wars’ so many times that your ears are bleeding. Just in case you haven’t, a [...]
What game are you most interested in this month? Did you know you can follow the #104Gamesin52 on Instagram to see what we’re playing in real time?
If you follow video game news much, it’s hard to avoid the ‘Netflix of Gaming’ headlines lately. Cloud-sourced gaming is becoming an easy subject for debates about the video game industry. Google Stadia’s introduction to the community has sparked a lot of hearts about its future, certainly.
With a growing game collection and limited time to just be friends (separate from being employed adults, parents, etc.), we were seeking a way to play together more and thus was born...104 games in 52 weeks. Welcome to the table! See what we played in June.
Wizards Unite-- the Niantic game that brings the AR, real-life experience of the wildly successful Pokémon Go together with the Wizarding World is here! Well, in a few places anyway. The game is rolling out starting this week and while it's definitely on track to be popular, it is a little bit harder than its pocket monster predecessor. With that in mind, here's a quick start guide so you can jump in and play as soon as it's available!
It’s June and we’re already more than HALF WAY through our 2019 Tabletop Challenge of... 104 games in 52 weeks! What tabletop games have you found interesting? Any new favorites? Join us each month for an overview of last month’s games. Welcome to the table!
Welcome to the April installment of the 2019 tabletop challenge: 104 games in 52 weeks! As a way of guaranteeing quality time together, my partner and I have challenged ourselves to play two tabletop games each week in 2019, with no repeats. Each month, I recount our tallied games with a brief rundown of each game and a highlight for this month’s particular favorite.