Tagged: Sentinels of the Multiverse


Table For One – Solitaire Games

As someone who’s usually got a board game near him, I’ve found over the past few months that I’m enjoying solitaire board games more and more. I still love playing against other people, don’t get me wrong, but there’s something different about solitaire games. They’re a great way to pass the time and play some games that may not get to the table. 

Upgrading your Gaming 0

Upgrading your Gaming

I’ve been talking with some friends about things to do to make games just a little bit better. I think there are two main categories of upgrades to games, additions and replacements. I’m a fan of both, and want to talk about what it can do to a game.


February Demos

It seems February is going to be a month of gaming and demos, both at Gamers Haven and the new Great Lakes Game Emporium. If you’re in either area, please consider coming to one of the demo events. This Saturday, February 2nd, will be a Sentinels of the Multiverse demo day at Gamers Haven from 1 to 4 PM. Come check out the game, maybe we’ll even get to play with a harder villain! On February 10th, I’ll be running Mayfair games at Great Lakes Game Emporium from 1 to 4 PM. The guys running the store have even said...

Here I am to save the day! – Sentinels of the Multiverse Review 2

Here I am to save the day! – Sentinels of the Multiverse Review

While I enjoy playing competitive board games, there is a part of me that enjoys cooperative ones as well. Working with the other players to solve a problem or beat the game can be a great change-up from the usual “gotta come in first” game play. I enjoy some of the more well-known cooperative games, like Pandemic or Arkham Horror, but I also know that some people have issues with these games because one player can end up telling the others what to do, commonly called quarterbacking, and it turns into a one player game. I feel that Sentinels of the Multiverse...

Announcement! 0


So everyone has been very patient while I’ve been fighting my lack of website design skills, and with the plans for the demo day on October 20th, I need to make an annoucement: Geek-Craft is now demoing for twelve companies! 5th Street Games AEG Clever Mojo Games Crash Games Dice Hate Me Games Eagle & Gryphon Games Greater Than Games Level 99 Games Looney Labs Games Mayfair Games Nevermore Games Steve Jackson Games You can see these game companies logos here: Demos.Geek-craft.com I’ll be working on making the page work in all browsers, so sorry if it looks strange in...