I like gaming, as most of you that read our blog probably do. I remember when I was a young child back in grade school just hoping for rain during recess so I could get my board gaming on. This is where one can pinpoint my descent into gaming as a hobby and not just for fun. As you get older however, getting people together for board games gets harder and harder. We eventually traded in our Boggle dice for NES pads. However, I really never escaped the draw of sitting down with friends, laying out a board or some cards, and just joking around on any given night. It’s a more intimate and social experience then you can get with any video game. It always made me wonder if it was even possible to capture that experience in the digital realm.
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