Tabletop Gaming Guild is all about the experiences and memories that playing board games with friends and family can create.

By Peter Bess So yeah…I just played the Call of Cthulhu, 7th edition RPG by Chaosium for the first time and it was great! My history with RPGs has mostly been limited to playing Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition, with a couple of one-shots in other systems like For the
GM Ron When James asked if I’d be interested in reviewing Mansions of Madness for Call of Cthulhu, I was a bit hesitant at first. I’ve been involved with role-playing games for over 40 years as both a player and a game master, but didn’t have much experience with this
By P.A. Wilson Rating: 8.58 out of 10 stars   Intro What I hope to accomplish with my board game review is to introduce you to a new game and help you determine whether the game is a good fit for you. I will consider and rank five criteria: gameplay,

July 25, 2020

Card Game Review: Coup

Rank: 6.2 out of 10 The card game Coup was first introduced to me by my cousin Elyse while my family and I were on vacation in New Hampshire. I thought I would not like it because I am not skilled at bluffing. However, since first playing it, Coup has
Our interview with Vukašin Nišavić from Princeps Games on their upcoming Kickstarter Game March on the Drina! Princeps Games Website:
By Jason Neigh Most people are familiar with tabletop roleplaying games (RPGs) and especially with the internationally published Dungeons & Dragons from  Wizards of the Coast or  Pathfinder from Paizo; there are home groups of friends playing ongoing campaigns of various RPGs around the world all the time.  However, fewer
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