The word “OK” is almost universally understood, regardless of age or language. So Big Potato Games used “OK” in the name of their simplest game to highlight its universal accessibility.
On the road again… just can’t wait to get on the road again…
We’ve talked before about screen time and setting limits. (All the way back in episodes 3 and 4!) But we’ve been doing a lot of traveling over the past month, and wanted to acknowledge that the rules change when we are away from home. Stay tuned for our thoughts on how we handle screen time when we’re traveling.
You love gaming so much that you want to go to a convention. Your kids love gaming, and you want to bring them too. What should you know? A good convention experience starts with good preparation, and that goes double when there are children involved.
Waiting around at a restaurant is so boring. What do you do to pass the time with your hungry children? Well, if you are The Family Gamers, you play games, of course!
What is your favorite game to play in a restaurant?
This week, we discuss a few micro/tiny games. These are games that generally fit easily in your pocket or purse. A few cards, a few tokens, a few dice. They’re usually 15 minutes or less to play and easy to pick up. » Read more
On this week’s episode, we’re looking forward to the holidays and talking travel!
But first, what we did this week:
- More Batman: Arkham City
- Machi Koro with the family
- Chip Chain (iOS & Android)
- eagerly looking forward to Fallout 4
- You should join Best Buy “Gamers Club Unlocked” if you buy new video games.
And now, on to the games!