Dames & Dice

Tabletop gaming news and girl geekery from Tampa Bay

  • 26th February
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boobsdontworkthatway:

I don’t know if any of you guys have ever played the excellent card game Munchkin, but I had the opportunity to play the Super Munchkin version yesterday for the first time, and I am such a fan it hurts.

(sidenote: a Super Munchkin/Munchkin Apocalypse combination deck has been proven to be the best thing that has ever happened to me)

-Satya

  • 16th February
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  • 11th February
    2014
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Dames & Dice: Interview with the makers of Alchemy!

Dames & Dice interviews the masterminds behind Alchemy!, a potion-creating card game with 19 days left to go on Kickstarter. Pledges include $5 for the print-and-play version and $25 for the full, physical game and any unlocked stretch goals. 

Click through for the interview!

  • 11th February
    2014
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gingerhaze:

Oh, I know I have it better than a lot of would-be comics buyers, and that’s what worries me. I’ve had it with the self-appointed gatekeepers in comics. 

I’m so glad I don’t deal with this at my local comic shop, Yancy St. Comics, or their gaming department.

  • 23rd January
    2014
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  • 23rd January
    2014
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cakeandsundrysa:

chocolate board game cupcakes - made for an international tabletop day game night…

Wow! I might attempt something comparable this year. Let’s see if my baking skills match my cooking skills.

  • 23rd January
    2014
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International TableTop Day 2013 was a huge success — we had 3,123 gaming events in 64 countries worldwide, including every state and province in North America and every continent on the planet (yes, even researchers in Antarctica were playing). With your continued support, we’re hoping to make International TableTop Day 2014 even bigger!
International TableTopDay will be held on April 5th, 2014. (via unpossiblelabs)

(Source: unpossiblelabs)

  • 23rd January
    2014
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Teens solve murder mystery during live-action board game

My latest feature for the Suncoast News.

HUDSON — In a side room at Regency Park Branch Library, masking tape marked out a temporary grid on the carpet. Colorful, laminated poster boards, each decorated with the photo of a location and its name, were strewn across the grid, which represented a life-sized version of “Clue,” the murder mystery board game…[click headline to read the rest.]

  • 23rd January
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    2014
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