The “Games with Strangers” crew prides itself on having an incredibly diverse collection of games.
Our collection features rare, obscure, and otherwise odd, games.
One game I believe aptly shows how far our collection spans is, “Castle”.
Imagine a Kingdom, set to throw a legendary party, in the midst of royal backstabbing, with an incoming siege about to take place, and you’re tasked with settling all of your guests into the castle, without rustling any feathers. … More Games with Strangers Plays, “Castle”
If you’ve ever wondered when “Les Miserables” was written (haven’t we all?), or when the first sighting of an asteroid was recorded (duh, 1801.), then Timeline is the game for you.
Players are dealt a pre-determined number of cards. The next card from the deck begins the timeline.
During their turn, players attempt to build on the timeline in either direction, one card at a time.
For example, the first card in the timeline is the lightning rod, invented in 1752.
You must pick a card from your hand you believe is created before or after 1752 and place the card in the timeline accordingly.
If you guess correctly, your card is added to the timeline, and play continues to the left. If you guess incorrectly, the card is discarded and you receive the card on the top of the deck. … More Games with Strangers Plays, “Timeline”
My friends and I have been busy getting everything ready for our weekly tabletop event, “Games with Strangers”.
We’ve been waiting for a while but, finally debuted the event this past Tuesday, April 3rd.
It was a small success but, a success nonetheless.
It’s funny because, for a long time, I’ve been laughing about how overly ambitious I was by putting “weekly” at the end of this blog project’s URL but, it worked itself out. I’m now officially doing something on a weekly basis in an attempt to rediscover my happiness. … More “Games with Strangers”