So, here we are back again with what we’ve played in the last month. Along the lines of Chris Cormier’s “What Did You Play Monday’s”, I would like to try out What Did You Play This Month? I love seeing all the games people play, and there are a ton of us that track our game plays. So whether it is just a screen shot, or if it a list of games you recall playing, I’d love to see your lists, and the conversations that unfold about all the great games played within the last month.
This month, I am retooling the name a bit, to clear up the confusion some folks are having. Rather than “What Did You Play This Month?”, I will start calling it “What Did You Play Last Month?”. This will give everyone a distinction that we would like to hear what you have played already, rather than what you may be playing in the next month. Although, I have no problem hearing what you are planning on playing next month as well!
As well, I would love to hear about how your International Table Top Day went as well! I spent my day at a water park and bowling with my son, so not much was played, but I played a couple late night solo games. Can you guess which games I played? If you send me a tweet, facebook message, comment here, or get a hold of me in any other form, I may have a small something for you if you are correct! (This is a very impromptu “contest”)
Anyway, here is my list for April!
- Tsuro x10
- Pathfinder ACG: Skulls and Shackles x6
- Metalfest x4*
- Mage Knight x3
- Codenames x2
- Patchwork x2
- Viticulture x2
- Hostage Negotiator x2
- Manhattan Project: Chain Reaction x2
- Blood Rage x1
- Spyfall x1*
- Dragon Dash x1
- Flip City x1
*=First Time Plays This Month
I’d like to say a quick thank you to Chris Cormier from Geeky Goodies for blessing this idea, as it to me is quite a blatant use of his idea. Without him saying that this is something I should do and try out, I wouldn’t be putting this post together.
Another huge thank you I would like to give out is to Leonard Koh for the wonderful feature photo. This photo and many more with this level of beauty can be found under his pseudonym Playtography on Twitter and Instagram. I highly suggest checking them out, because they are absolutely amazing.
I hope to hear from everyone about how their month in gaming went! I look forward to running this at the end/beginning of every month and hear all about the cardboard adventures everyone has been on, and as always I love you all!