A new online board game magazine has popped up called Game Nite. It looks really polished and professional with articles, reviews and interviews! And as part of their inaugural issue they reviewed our micro-game, This Town Ain’t Big Enough for the 2-4 of Us! They really liked it and recommended it! Check out the magazine here and the review is on pages 4-6.
If you’re interested in picking up a copy of the game, you can get it for $5 at the boardgamegeek store!
Jay and I get a mention in my alumni publication, McMaster Times, regarding Train of Thought, in their Fall 2011 edition.
While it’s nice to get credit, my wife got extra credit where credit *wasn’t due*. Oh well. She was the inspiration for the game (on my part, anyway) but co-designer is a bit of a stretch. Sorry, honey!
Also, big props to Errol and Leroy – two friends of ours from McMaster. Leroy is a founding partner at Lixar IT, an Ottawa-based firm that does kick-ass web development and all sorts of stuff that I haven’t the faintest clue about. Leroy maintains a lot of the communication technology that Jay and I use to work across the great divide that is Albert, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Errol is a geek. And proud of it. He’s also uber-talented at pretty much anything he puts his geekmind to. Check out his latest fascination – his band, Debs & Errol! Hire them if you need some geekcore music to get your geek on to! SRSLY.