Dr. Tabletop or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Board Game


Dylan Brummell

Image: ©Cristina Daura

Growing up, board games were rarely my first choice when I had a little free time, video games and movies were always my go-to when I wanted to have a game experience. This isn’t to say that I disliked board games; growing up in a family with two brothers, one three-years-older and one a year younger, every board game would just eventually end with a fight that would only sour the experience to a point where you’d wince when you saw the Pictionary and Monopoly boxes in the cupboard.
As I got older, I moved away from the ‘Ameritrash,’ mass market games that plagued my childhood and deeper into video games.

In any case, board games weren’t completely out of my life by the time my early teens had arrived. Twister and Jenga were regularly brought out for the whole family during holidays and…

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