Sunday, April 29, 2012
So, why did I, a man happily getting his military kicks from couch sniping on PS3 and trying to follow his two Army brothers war stories suddenly jump full force into a tabletop wargame with collectable miniatures? Allow me to explain.
It has to do with recent involvement with a fantasy board game called HeroQuest, and in a strange way, this isn't the first time HeroQuest has prodded me in this direction.
Thursday, April 12, 2012
Congratulations to Ambush Alley Games for their double Origins Awards nomination. Force on Force and the Tomorrow's War expansion have been nominated in separate categories.
True, I've barely played two rounds and am still studying the rule book, but this seems like solid validation to a relatively new game (though based off of the Ambush Alley system that's been out for several years).
Welcome to GameAnotherDay, a site where I can freely geek out on the topic of games. While for the most part, I figure I'll use this as a platform to document my taking on a new (to me) table top wargame, Force on Force by Ambush Alley Games, I'll also take the opportunity to share my thoughts on other gaming encounters, whether it be card, board, or video.
I'll do my best to site and source for anyone interested in digging deeper and feel free to comment on posts with relevant suggestions, opinions, or observations.