Board Game Hacks: Games to Play in a Classroom

When asked to break-up a boring day in the classroom the day before a big vacation, GeekMom Cathe performs board game hacks to use games in the classroom.

Late to the Game: <em>Carcassonne</em>

Carcassonne is a classic tabletop board game, which allows players to collect points while building towns, monasteries, roads, and farms in the French countryside.

<em>Evolution</em> Card Game Review

Evolution is fun, with the ability to be easy for beginning gamers or complicated for those who are seasoned strategy game players.

Review: <em>Wordsearch!</em>

Wordsearch! by Goliath Games is a fun, family-friendly game. Check out our review!

Journaling with Tweets: GameStorm Day 4

GeekMom Cathe attends the last day of GameStorm. Even though the family is tired from a full weekend, more games must be played!

Journaling With Tweets: GameStorm Day 3

Today GeekMom Cathe and her husband get a full day of gaming without kids! She's a little excited.

Journaling with Tweets: GameStorm Day 1

Dear Internet Diary, there was a gaming convention. Games were played. GeekMom Cathé has the tweets to prove it!

The Return of <em>Robot Turtles</em>

If you missed your chance to get in the original Kickstarter, this is your opportunity to get your young learners on the path to programming.

Destination: <em>Downton Abbey</em>

British games manufacturer Destination have secured the rights to Downton Abbey and produced another in their series of popular, fun-to-play family games.

“Mmm, it’s got new game smell!” or The Joy Of Raising Gamer Girls

If you're a gamer, you understand, but if not, you are confused. Let me try to explain.