Thursday, 21 April 2016

Score a sports ball

On Tuesday I am recording a podcast with the awesome On Board Games crew about sports board game. In the podcast we are going to talk about what makes a good sports themed game, if they work and why there aren't more of them.

I'd like to hear your views on this subject to so our main topic for Mondays #BoardGameHour live twitter chat is Sports games.

Our side topic is "Rules enforcement"..

Hope you enjoy these questions and the discussions they create.

Monday 25th April 2016 questions are:

Q1: Do you like watching / taking part in an sports? What do you enjoy about it?
Q2: Would you play a game even if you didn't like the sport it portrayed?
Q3: Do you feel there are enough sports board games out there? What is lacking?
Q4: What board games really envoke the feeling of play a sport? Is this possible?
Q5: What board games really envoke the feeling of managing a sport?
Q6: What mechanism would you like to see a sports game made around?
Q7: What is your favourite sports themed game? Why?
Q8: If you wanted to introduce someone to gaming who loved sport, which game would you pick?
Q9: What tips would you give to someone wanted to design a sports game?
Q10: Side Topic: rules enforcement… How closely do you stick to the rules?
Q11: Do you as a group enforce rules or does one person take the lead?
Q12: Does everyone know the rules of a game before you start or does one person teach

Nurph is back

Somehow and without explanation @nurph seems to be up again.. I will be using this platform to host (providing its still good on monday) so if you want #BoardGameHour to be easier to follow I recommend coming here:

See you Monday!

11am (L.A)
2pm (New York)
7pm (UK)
8pm (Germany)

Hope you can make it!

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