GaymerX East 2017 is this weekend and it’s chockfull of games, interesting folks and panels on a variety of queer gaming issues — come take a look
Upgrade your arsenal with these games, guaranteed to expose secrets, generate laughter and make more than a few of your friends blush
If you’re looking for gay board games to add to your collection, we’ve got your back — here’s our list of five games from yesterday and today
A new tabletop role-playing game called Monsterhearts uses mythical creatures to explore what it’s like to be adolescent and queer
The deck-building card game Magic: The Gathering just introduced a gay couple as part of their new commander decks; and there’s other LGBTQ cards too!
Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people — Ladies Against Humanity have made it slightly less for horrible people, but way more funny in the process.
Archaeologists unearthed the remains of a board game that hasn’t been played in fifteen centuries. What’s the story of the game called bo?
Sometimes you’re in the mood for a game that’s a bit more of loving — one that allows you to feel or get felt up.
Naomi Clark, a game designer and professor at NYU, explains the ways that Cards Against Humanity and other games can affect your mind and brain structure.
GaymerX Boss of Honor Naomi Clark sits down with us to talk about her philosophy of game design and whether or not a game can make you a better person.
Lots of movies have made fun of the prospect of nuclear annihilation, however Nuclear War is the only card game to make the eradication of all life fun!
Well doesn’t this look like fun, fun, fun? Now, thanks to Friday: The Game, you too can answer the tough questions like which seat to take and why is that 30-something year old guy driving around rapping in a tween music video? Enjoy! (via OMGblog)