Sunday, February 03, 2008

Board Game Blog World Roundup

These are new (or new to me) blogs since my last update:

Board Game Development - Emanuele Ornella, Pavoda, Italy. Ema already has some successful game designs (Mind the Move Games) and he reflects on new game design ideas.

Breaking Every Rule - Roger Ngim, San Diego, CA. Focussing on lecture course about games he is teaching at the University of California at San Diego.

Castle in the Air - Alec Bings (a pseudonym), unknown. Thoughts on games.

Green Dobbers - Garry Clarke, West Sussex, UK. Taking over session reports from Colin of Billygames and Stuff, who seems to have ended his blog.

Invent a Board Game - Chris Rehberg, Sydney, Australia. Started a blog about the board game invention process, but I'm not sure where it will go.

Library Gamer - Brian Mayer is developing a game program and library for Western New York libraries. More information at this ning site.

Obsessed With Gaming - Colin Sherman, Bothell, Washington. A podcast.

SAD Wargamers - Session reports from a Swindon, UK war game club.

Willow Tree Games - Joe, Whitinsville, MA. A blog from a new company with one new game. The blog is attempting to be of general interest about the board game creation and submission process.

Yehuda

5 comments:

ashi.kacheria said...

Interesting post. Gaming industry certainly has a huge potential and the industry people are exploiting it for good. According to you what will be the key gaming trends for 2008?

Shadow Song designs said...

Some more new blogs to add to my feed reader... it's getting full :) And another game type blogger from western new york at the Library gamer.

-Tim
That Buffalo GameBuff blog guy

Rahul Nag said...

Hey Guys........top news for you people. From a confidential source, I got to know that a Bollywood starrer action - packed game is coming in India this week on the lines of Lara Croft - Angelina Golie. I will update you with the name of the games and the Female actress in the game in a couple of days to make your weekend more lively and entertaining. By the way, any guesses for the female actresss you would like to see in this game???

Yehuda said...

ashi: I usually predict the same thing every year, and it's usually the same thing every year. So I don't know.

SS: You already have the rest of my blogroll up, right?

Rahul: I'm not sure if this is spam or not. Especially as this is a board game blog.

Yehuda

Rahul Nag said...

This is to reassure you that this not a spam