Tag: family

Photosynthesis – Board Game Review

Designer: Hjalmar Hach Playtime: 30 – 60 Minutes Player Count: 2 – 4 Have you ever wanted to sit outside and just watch trees grow?  Of course you haven’t.  Because watching trees grow would be an incredibly boring activity and you would become completely exhausted by it before you […]

Happy Holidays Everyone!!!

Whatever you celebrate, however you celebrate it, I hope you all have a wonderful day full of cheer, laughter, happiness and good will.  This year has had its ups and downs but today we celebrate togetherness, family and the hope for a better tomorrow.  Thank you for letting […]

Happy Birthday to Mom

In a week filled with sadness and despair, I think it’s easy to forget the celebrations in life, BUT to forget those things might just be the worst thing we could possibly do.  So, in the spirit of celebration I am proud to say that  as of today, […]

N.I.Y.T. #6 – Flick ‘Em Up

Designer: Jean-Yves Mopertuis and Gaetan Beaujannot Players:  2-10 Average Play Time:  45 Minutes So far in the “Now It’s Your Turn” project, we’ve talked a lot about games which involve a bit of brain power.  From strategic prowess to working together, these games are generally fairly mentally focused. […]

Vault Pixar #5 – Finding Nemo

Directed By: Andrew Stanton Starring: Albert Brooks, Ellen Degeneres, Alexander Gould and Willem Dafoe Screenplay By: Andrew Stanton, Bob Peterson and David Reynolds Original Release: May 30, 2003 One of my biggest fatal flaws, of which I have several, is that I worry entirely too much. The “What […]

N.I.Y.T. #1 – Splendor

Hello and welcome to our very first installment of Now It’s Your Turn, or N.I.Y.T. as we’ll be calling it. Today we’ll be talking about our very first board game, and as we go, I’ll also be explaining how this series will work. Consider this the ‘how to’ […]