TABLETOP/BOARD GAME COMMUNITY
We Are Passionate About Board Games!
We love to share our passion for Board Games with others. We have found that the best part of board gaming is the people that you meet while playing and the community that you create from those connections. We believe that a strong Board Game Community helps us all find and play the games that we enjoy and have more fun. A healthy, growing community builds an environment with more, new exciting games to discover and more people to enjoy them with.
Below you'll find information on some of the people and places you can visit to learn about The Board Gaming Hobby. We'll be adding to - and updating this section of our website as frequently as we can and hope to be adding to it soon - if you have any suggestions of what we might be able to add here share your wishlist with us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. [last update: February 16, 2017]
The #1 source for information about board games, new and old. You can create an account for free and access board game reviews, ratings, images, player aids, and much more on their site.
You can find Geeky Goodies and Chris interacting on BGG regularly as: zuzusdad.
The Dice Tower is dedicated to getting folks to learn about the wide world of exciting new board games.
The Dice Tower provide gamers with some of the best video reviews, Q&A's, Top 10 Lists, audio shows, and much more to help grow the community.
Does every game have a silver lining? That's the question that Pair Of Dice Paradise seeks to answer with creative news, reviews, and commentary about board and tabletop games.
Check out Pair Of Dice Paradise, hosted by Chaz Marler, a guy who loves games with his head in the clouds on YouTube.com.
In October 2014 we created the #WhatDidYouPlayMondays hashtag on Twitter to promote the growth and discussion of board games online. It has grown to include a very active community on several Facebook groups, Instagram, Pinterest and Google+.
Every week we post a new photo and ask the world to share what they've been playing - it's a great way to hear what people are saying and what games actually get played.
A place for Board Gamers to share the creative improvements to the games they love. Join us on Facebook and share photos, videos, resources & tips for board game pimps, rethemes, redesigns and other improvements (big and small) to your board, card, strategy, abstract, AmeriTheme, Euros, family, party games and more.
Fun things said or overheard while playing tabletop games.
Share yours using the hashtag #BoardGameQuote and check them out on Instagram.
Questions and conversations about board games. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #PAWNderings.
It's our hope that PAWNderings can be a place for tabletop gamers to come together and share opinions on gaming and the game industry. We hope those conversations will lead to more conversations in game rooms, cafes, and game stores all over - and maybe encourage some new people to find out more about rich, exciting hobby.
Geeky Goodies on Facebook
If you're on Facebook, join us for geeky and board gamer news, contest alerts, fun stuff, and the occasional news and info about what we're doing at the Geeky Goodies Headquarters.
Love getting a good deal on your favorite board games?
BGSmack delivers the best board game deals daily from across the web. We also provide reviews, insightful articles, high quality photo sets, and assistance with questions with players new to the hobby.
Board Game Revolution (BGR) has become much more than just a "Facebook community". From numerous Kickstarter promotions, weekly giveaways, and keeping fans up to date on the all latest board game news, BGR has quickly turned into a go to source for all your board gaming needs.
The Boardgame Group is of a group of table top gamers who have banded together on Facebook. Originating in the dark corner of a Yahtzee box, this group slowly evolved until it became the powerful(ly opinionated) near sentient group organism it is today.
We focus on the positive aspect of socialization, gameplay, and lives of our gamers. We watch out for each other, be it for a long sought after game, or finding somewhere or someone to game with. When you roll with TBG, you know we've got your back if you roll a natural 1 in your gaming life.
Nick Angiers is the founder of Meeple Leaf, a network of tabletop gaming events in Vancouver, Canada. When he's not gaming he's either thinking about games, learning languages, or taking care of his various pets.
Created by a professional composer/sound designer, Tabletop Audio offers an impressive list of incredible background music to listen to while gaming. Thematic titles include: Zombies, Medieval Town, Sleeping Dragon, Forbidden Galaxy, True West, and many more – all for free
Thematic background music playlists that enhance your board gaming experience!
Type in a board game name and enjoy the best hand-picked songs.
Fail Faster is a playtesting journal for board game designers. The journal guides designers to take the notes they need to take in order to be better playtesters, and ultimately better designers.
Fail Faster was founded by Jay Cormier, designer of over a dozen games like Junk Art, Belfort, Akrotiri, D&D: Rock Paper Wizard and more. Jay has taught game design at the Vancouver Film School for over 6 years and strives to give back to the game industry and up and coming designers.
Board games are not just fun, but are amazing collections of ideas that you can interact with like no other form of entertainment. Board games have the power to bring people together, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or ability. In other words, they are the bee’s knees. We host private and public games nights in Toronto. We care about inclusive, accessible and fun gaming experience for all!
Bored Online? Board Offline! is a channel that teaches and shows you how to play some of the best board games this hobby has to offer. They create detailed How to Play videos, full gameplays, and occasionally unboxing videos You’ll find the new hotness but also some of the great games of years past. Any game they think is good has a place here!
AnalogGames.com evolved from the popular Instagram channel @AnalogGames to promote the world of non-digital games on the Internet.
Their mission is to share inspiring stories that encourage people around the globe to experience the fun of board and card games.
Whether you are a designer, publisher, or just an enthusiast, you are invited to share your analog gaming experiences with the world.
This is where you might find today's board game designers talking about games that they are currently designing or providing tips and suggestions for other designers. Many of these accounts are managed by the actual person and offer a unique way to connect with your favourite board game designer.
The people who make board games are often more passionate about games than those of us who play them. This is an exciting place to see what the people who put their blood, sweat, tears - and money are thinking and sharing. Contests, news, and sneak peeks abound.
We've begun the long process of un-boxing and gathering the many board game reviewers, game journalists, bloggers, podcasters and play-through video makers that share their information and knowledge on Twitter. This is another great way to see what games people are playing and very often what they think about them.
Board Gamers on Twitter
The Board Gaming Community is alive and well on Twitter - so well that we had to create 2 lists to keep track of them all.
We created these Twitter groups as a sort of "catch-all" for board gamer and tabletop gamers of all types. Geeky Goodies is tweeting as @thechriscormier.
What Are We Missing?
We'll be adding lots more to this page as we go along.
If you have an idea for something to include here, we're always open to suggestions. Seriously!
Contact us at chris [ @ } geekygoodies [ dot} com.