Author Archives: Tery Noseworthy

About Tery Noseworthy

Boardgamer. Baker. Writer. Disc Golfer. Celtics Fan.

A Torrent of Fun – Highlights From my Gathering of Friends

I arrived home from the Gathering of Friends yesterday after a long and rainy drive. Now that I’ve caught up on sleep and laundry I am ready to reflect on my time there. As always, the highlight of the event … Continue reading

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Because That’s How I (Lobster) Roll. . . . .

I recently attended the Lobster Trap boardgaming convention in Massachusetts. I really look forward to this event every year. It’s a smaller event, so I get the chance to at least say hello to the people I know, and  it … Continue reading

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Gaming Recap – Gulf Games

The Ybor City neighborhood of Tampa has flocks of street chickens just roaming around. I recently spent a few days playing games at Gulf Games, an invite-only gaming event held twice a year. It moves all around the Southeastern US, … Continue reading

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Tall Tales: A Game of Competitive Storytelling

DESIGNER:Oliver Sabot and Adam Plunkett  PUBLISHER:  PLAYERS: 3-12 AGES: 8 and up TIME: 30 to 60 minutes I like to write. You may have assumed that, since I write for a boardgaming blog, of course, and I do write a … Continue reading

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Jewels of Porto Primo

DESIGNER: Alan Ernstein PUBLISHER: Hangman Games PLAYERS: 2-4 TIME: 45 minutes Some of you may be familiar with Hangman Games, who published ten or so games back between 1998 and 2008; titles like Tahuantinsuyu, Ars Mysteriorum and Dry Gulch.  They … Continue reading

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Dispatches From the Gathering – One Week Later

I recently returned from the Gathering of Friends, an annual invite-only convention organized by game designer Alan Moon; many of you probably read some of Dale’s posts from early in the week. It is my favorite event of the year. … Continue reading

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