Scott Griffith

PROFILE:

From Trading in the Mediterranean to FPS, I love games. While I grew up in a house without consoles, PC gaming and board gaming were a large part of my formative years, and continue to influence my life. In this golden age of board gaming, I have jumped in headfirst in to anything table top. As a ludilogical student, I love thinking about how games work, their mechanics, their elegance and most importantly, enjoying how fun they are. Favorite Board Game (at the moment): Twilight Struggle Favorite PC Game (base solely on play time): Tie between WoW and DII Fell free to email me: comments, concerns, questions, feedback, rants, and/or suggestions.

Posts by Scott Griffith:

Deck your Halls and Play Games for the Holidays – Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update!

by 18 hours ago

Hello! Welcome to 2014’s last Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update! For info on what is going on here, check out this introduction. To get them all in, I had to fit …

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What is a KS Success? – Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update

by 1 week ago

Hello! Another Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update! If you don’t already know what this is, check out this introduction. The week feels a little more independent than most weeks. While each …

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On the Sixth Day of Gaming, My True Love Backed for Me… – Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update

by 2 weeks ago

Hello! Welcome to Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update! For info on what is going on here, check out this introduction. This feels like the international edition of the update. Some may …

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The KS machine keeps on rolling – Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update

by 4 weeks ago

Hello! Welcome to Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update! For info on what is going on here, check out this introduction. The Kickstarter cup overfloweth. There are a bunch of promising campaigns …

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They just keep on coming… – Zombicide Season 2

by 1 month ago

In the world of boardgames, it seems as though zombies are divisive. You either love them, or you hate them. I understand those who are not enthused by the ridiculous …

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From Greeks to Pilgims to Cyclists – Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update

by 1 month ago

Hello! Welcome to Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update! For a background of these updates check out this introduction. Publishers are still pumping out interesting looking games. Good news for us! Remember …

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Pick up your First Player marker here – Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update

by 1 month ago

Hello! Welcome to Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update! For info on what is going on here, check out this introduction. A whole pile of good games to check out this week. …

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These Are All Treats! No Tricks! – Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update

by 2 months ago

Hello! Welcome to a Halloween edition of Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update! For info on what is going on here, check out this introduction. Boardgames are not necessarily the number one …

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Someone ever tries to kill you, you try to kill ‘em right back – Firefly: Pirates and Bounty Hunters

by 2 months ago

One of the biggest complaints leveled at Firefly: The Game was the significant lack of player interaction. Players could pick up crew and jobs faster than their opponents, or they could …

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Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update – Back in the game

by 2 months ago

Hello! Welcome to Friday Tabletop Kickstarter Update! For info on what is going on here, check out this introduction. Sorry for missing the last two weeks! I was in Essen, …

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The power of the cube compels you! – Hyperborea

by 2 months ago

I read somewhere that more than two hundred games were released at GenCon a few weeks ago. That is a lot of cardboard and plastic. Hyperborea was one of those …

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Spoiled fruit is never good – The Spoils

by 2 months ago

Much like rectangles are not always squares, tabletop games are not always boardgames. What is often overlooked by boardgamers is one of the cornerstones of modern tabletop gaming: the card …

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