Tag: Gen Con Indianapolis

Apr 13

How to Win New Games By Playing Like My Wife

What is the only thing better than trying out an exciting new tabletop game?  Winning the first time you try out an exciting new tabletop game!  “Easier said than done,” you might say.  After all, depending on the complexity of a game it can be quite challenging to form any sort of coherent strategy with …

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Aug 21

GenCon 2014 Recap

As many of your know, this past week was GenCon.  GenCon is without a doubt the single greatest part of my year…every year!  Sure I like Christmas, Thanksgiving, and International Doughnut Day, but GenCon is better than all three combined!  Here are my tales of adventure from GenCon 2014! Trade Day Ahh…Trade Day, the extra …

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Aug 08

Come See Us At Gen Con!

A quick word on when and where you can tryout Strife:  Legacy of the Eternals at Gen Con.  This blog was originally posted on my publisher’s website Vision3games.com. V3G is excited to be going to our very first GenCon as a vendor! We’ll be setup with an extra large booth at the edge of Entrepreneur’s …

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Aug 13

Gen Con: A Beginner’s Guide Part Three

  Welcome back for the third installment of, A Beginner’s Guide to Gen Con.  In the first part of the series I explained how determining what type of nerd you are will help with formulating the best plan for a successful Gen Con, and then offered examples of various arch-types to which you may belong.  …

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Jul 25

Gen Con: A Beginner’s Guide Part Two

  Welcome back for the second part of A Beginner’s Guide to Gen Con!  In the first part we attempted to help you determine what sort of nerd you are so that you will be able to formulate a better plan for the big con based on your primary interests.  However, there is another major …

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Aug 23

Gen Con Wrap Up. Sunday

If Saturday is the king of days at Gen Con, then Sunday is the pawn.  Don’t get me wrong, I still love it with all of my heart, but it feels more like the hangover than the party.  After getting to sleep around 3:30 A.M., Heather and I agreed that we would sleep until about …

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