Authors

  • A. J. AsplundA. J. Asplund

    Andrew spent the late 80s and early 90s flirting with tabletop games, from Dungeons & Dragons to crayon train games. After spending nearly a decade away from the game table, he eventually returned in force. Now, he organizes a variety of public gaming events in the Capitol Hill of Seattle and connecting people to the games they need.


  • Across the Board Games StaffAcross the Board Games Staff

    We are a diverse group of gamers who mostly live in the Seattle area and we have been playing games together for several years now. What you see here is our collective knowledge of and feelings towards board games. We are working to make an awesome space where people of all stripes can share their love of all things board games. Please join us!


  • Gregg MillerGregg Miller

    Former Alderac Entertainment Group Bountyhunter, who hails from Utah, I'm well versed and practiced in explaining things. In the kitchen training new hires, or letting the new person at the table understand the core basics of Munchkin, I like to get the relevant information out, while avoiding tangents and every exception to each and every conceived rule. When I'm not working, I'm enjoying a hobby, or perhaps a cigar now and then. Hippy hair, and the bushy mustache aren't going away, so don't bother suggesting it. :{|


  • Guest WriterGuest Writer

    Across The Board Games is proud to announce that we enjoy making friends in the gaming community and we are happy to present an article from an up-and-coming designer, publisher, artist and/or prominent figure in the tabletop community. Want to write a guest post? Contact us!


  • Luke TurpeinenLuke Turpeinen

    was raised by lava wolves deep in the Vesuvian sulfur jungles. He played board games with his family often. The discovery of games like Risk led him to the 1993 TSR classic Dragon Strike which fueled a life long love of games. Luke tends to like games that have high production values, quick-to-learn rules and hard-to-master strategies. Current Favorite Game: Argent: the Consortium.


  • Nicole JekichNicole Jekich

    came from humble beginnings as a Boise suburbanite with a love of Cranium and Trivial Pursuit. She attended an open board game day three years ago and is now an avid gamer and fantasy artist. Her interests are primarily in Dungeons & Dragons, dice placement and Roman-themed tabletop games. Nicole is also a fan of playing games that let her release her inner barbarian. Her favorite game currently is Far Space Foundry.



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