I’ve been designing board games quite a bit lately and I’m having a blast. One of them is Narrow Gauge: Appalachia – a two player game about building railways in the Appalachian Mountains during the age of steam. This game was a blast to develop and test, and I’ve decided […]

I MADE A GAME AND YOU CAN PLAY IT RIGHT ...


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I got super excited for the release of Mario Golf Super Rush. I’ve always enjoyed golfing games. They are relaxing and challenging at the same time. A bunch of online friends hyped it up and we expected to play online games fairly regularly… then the early reviews came out and […]

MARIO GOLF SUPER RUSH – WORTH IT?



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Whoa. Two new videos 5 days apart!? I finally got to play Irish Gauge. It’s been on my shelf of shame for a long while. Game night started back up recently, and this was the first thing I grabbed to take. I love train games. I love Capstone Games. I […]

IRISH GUAGE // FIRST LOOK REVIEW


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I’ve finally resurrected the gaming channel and for the first video back, I decided to do a sort of unboxing // review hybrid. I’ve been playing the game digitally for months, and am absolutely enamored with it. I loved the original, but couldn’t find people to play. This time, I […]

SUMMONER WARS SECOND EDTION MASTER SET


This simple custom, diy headboard was built with a few 1″x10″ pine boards, inexpensive LED lights, and an in-set power strip for extra functionality. You could build this in a weekend with limited tools. It’s a great beginner project that brings life to any bedroom and provides excellent lighting that’s […]

Simple DIY Lighted Headboard



I wanted to add some simple flower decor to my guest bathroom. Using a few $2 plants, some rustic pallet wood, and a coffee/sawdust mixture for the simulated dirt, I put together a few in an afternoon. They add great texture to an otherwise boring room! You can pick these […]

DIY FLOWER POT DECOR // EASY PALLET WOOD PROJECT


Yep, I started over again. Almost one month ago, I wrote that I had re-built how everything worked because it was becoming very repetitive.  I deleted nearly 95% of the item generation code and replaced it. That re-write meant that I combined all of my item generators… at that time […]

re-Starting Over – Roguelike Design part 10


When I was a child, I started programming on an Atari 400. This was essentially an Atari 2600, but with a keyboard and some additional inputs for accessories. Mine had a tape drive which gave me working storage. It used standard cassette tapes which were abundant at the time. I […]

re-Learning Math – Roguelike Design part 9