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Pirates Arr Us!

The pirates of Captain Flim Flam’s mini crew ‘ave a ‘joke’ fer ye this #TalkLikeAPirateDay! Pirates have been a Frequent Theme Since we started PlayGames2Learn.com almost 3 years ago, a significant percentage of our releases have had a pirate theme: Pirates vs. Skeletons – one of our first published games, this dice-roller pits an attacking

PlayGames2Learn.com - #PiratePursuitTBG - The King's Pardon - Box Done

DONE is a Powerful Feeling

“Pirate Pursuit – The King’s Pardon” is done. I have recently completed the final design work and ordered the proof. Yay! Though the project is not quite complete, the game is. There is the store page to do, and then the proof may reveal there is an error to fix, or an image to brighten

PlayGames2Learn.com - #PiratePursuitTBG - Card Reuse

Plans for a new Pirate Pursuit

Even when we were working hard on Pirate Pursuit – The Spanish Treasure Fleet, we knew we were going to make a companion game. Now we can tell you that new upcoming game is:Pirate Pursuit – The King’s Pardon This game will introduce cards for 8 famous pirates like Blackbeard, Anne Bonny, and Charles Vane,

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12 Months of #TheIndieTabletopNewsletter

Twelve(!) #TheIndieTabletopNewsletter ’s ago, we introduced PlayGames2Learn.com as where we publish/share our educational games (board, card, dice) for kids. Now, over a dozen games and activities are currently listed here on our website. Many are math-centric like: “Probability Battleship” “Pirates vs. Skeletons” “Hotel Escape” “Target Zer0” “The Royal Three” Some are science-focused like “The Bone

PlayGames2Learn.com - Chess Attack - Origins

Chess Attack – Origins

Chess Attack has its origins way back in the depths of time. Growing up, we often played tabletop games, including both Chess and Dungeons & Dragons. At one point, we were playing quite a bit of Chess, but for D&D me it was a bit boring compared to more “realistic” combat systems. A pawn automatically

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Four Big Projects – Complete!

On May 1st we had an official book launch via Zoom for “The Day the Pirates Went Mad”, my debut middle-grade historical novel! I read a few excerpts from Emma Sharpe’s adventures and then answered questions; including a “Spoiler Warning” Q&A segment at the end for those who had already read the early release of

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Games from Our Brains

As often as not, when we play a game, we aren’t taking a box from off our shelf – we’re playing games from our brains. “Extinction Event” always comes to my mind when thinking of an example of a non-traditional game that just popped into being. It spontaneously spawned from equal-part desires to teach a