Timothy Jesurun

PROFILE:

Tim has been playing modern board games for several years and hosts a game night at his house every week. He is a member of Boardgamers of Greater Akron (BOGA), one of the larger board gaming clubs in the US, as well as an active member of the related board game design and prototype group. Tim has several games he is working on and has presented some to publishers with no luck yet. His favorite games include Core Worlds, Lord of the Rings LCG and Pandemic. When not gaming Tim teaches psychology and tutors local students in math and ACT test prep. Tim lives in Ohio with his wife and daughter.

Posts by Timothy Jesurun:

Lost Legends: Dungeon Delving Drafting

by 6 months ago

I was so excited about Lost Legends that I begged for a review copy at GenCon, unsucessfully. I love the fantasy setting. Drafting for items is a great idea. Then …

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Cavemen: The quest to fire my other games

by 7 months ago

When it comes to inventing things, some games set a pretty high bar. Civilization, Through the Ages, and Innovation are a veritable parade of inventions. I’m not that smart. What …

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Arctic Scavengers: hunting for something good in a stack of cards

by 8 months ago

So much for global warming! The earth has suffered cataclysmic climate change plunging it into a new ice age. You are leading a tribe of survivors and your goal is …

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Asgard’s Chosen Review – The allfather of a new world but not its king

by 10 months ago

Interacting with gods can be difficult. You want them to do something nice for you now, like give you a new car, but in the long run you want to …

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Koryo: A kick-butt Korea that never was

by 10 months ago

Steampunk is usually set in England, but imagine if it was set in Korea. Your goal is to become the most influential person in this ancient yet modern world by …

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Dead Panic surrounds you with zombies

by 10 months ago

There are many pieces of good advice if the zombie apocalypse breaks out. Don't get surrounded by zombies would be the first piece of advice I'd follow, a lesson that …

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Playing Global Mogul is work

by 11 months ago

Most people play games to escape from work. Whether that means being a knight, a spaceship captain or an Italian merchant, being something else and making decisions like someone else …

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Dragon Kings, a multi-media fantasy project, recently funded on Kickstarter

by 11 months ago

On Thursday, Dragon Kings, a multi-media fantasy project successfully funded on Kickstarter. Here is the description of Dragon Kings, right from the creators: Dragon Kings is Timothy Brown’s ‘spiritual successor’ …

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Race down raging river rapids in the game Whitewater

by 11 months ago

One of the more thrilling things you can do when you're not playing board games is go whitewater rafting. Actually that last sentence is now false. You can enjoy the …

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King of Tokyo: One Fun Monster Brawl

by 1 year ago

Who would win in a fight, King Kong or Godzilla? What if an alien, a bunny in a robot suit, a sea monster, and a giant, mechanical dragon joined the …

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Playdek Announces Sale on Ascension iOS Games and New Promo Pack

by 1 year ago

Playdek announces a promotion on all its Ascension games, as well as a new Promo Pack, launching on the App Store today. The award-winning game Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer will be FREE for …

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Protospiel: Beta Testing for Board Gamers

by 1 year ago

    Three designers and one board game publisher had just played my prototype game. It is a scary moment in some ways. You hope that the publisher will decide to publish …

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