Coalition Games

Donald Dennis with the On Board Games podcast was kind enough to invite me on to his show to talk about our services, our evaluation process, and some of our upcoming projects. Enjoy!

  We’re proud to announce The Quantic Foundry’s Tabletop Gamer Motivation Pilot Survey, sponsored by Coalition Game Studios. Here’s a quick blurb from the QF to understand what this Pilot Survey is and what it means:   Help Us Create a Tabletop Gamer Motivation Profile Take a survey (5-10 minutes) and we’ll use the data to create… Read Article →

You can probably just skip this next explanatory section by watching the video.  There’s nothing anyone can teach you about this world that Rodney can’t teach you 100x better (and with 100x more Canada). Quadropolis is a Q2 2016 Days of Wonder release where players are city-level managers building square buildings in a square district over the… Read Article →

Why do we play games? If your mother was at all like mine, you’re intimately familiar with this question.  Why are you always playing these games? As anyone that’s ever owned a puppy can tell you, we’re not the only ones that play.  Oddly enough, the reason why is still a bit of a mystery… Read Article →

It’s up to you to create an experience for the audience. This involves grabbing the audience’s attention and taking them down the tracks on a roller-coaster ride, but also making sure your technical craft is up to speed so as not to disturb the illusion.  When it’s over, you want your audience to feel like… Read Article →

Go look at your game shelf.  How many games could you pull out at game night and start teaching without having to reference the rules?  At least a few, right?  Of the 134 titles on my shelf at the time of this writing, I could probably shred 59 rules manuals and never miss a thing…. Read Article →

For those unfamiliar, Munchkin is a widely recognized card game from Steve Jackson Games.  Originally released in 2001, this cash cow has spawned literally dozens of variations and expansions, and it’s popularity is still running strong fifteen years later.  Its first form was humorously themed after fantasy tropes–particularly those common during tabletop RPG sessions–but it… Read Article →

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