What is your favorite board game? if you do board games, like if not, do you play video game?
My fav’ of all time is the french game called "Les Loups-garous de Thiercelieux” (The Werewolves of Millers Hollow). First because it’s amazing, second because the person who invented it is a friend of my family! Funny I like this game since my worst phobia is werewolves, though.
And yeah, I do play video games. Not so much anymore ‘cause my work takes all my time, but I’m a fan of all the Legend of Zelda ones. Ratchet & Clank. The Last Of Us. Beyond Two Souls. Fall Out. Dragon Age. Tomb Raider.
And all the classics on PS2 and Gamecube: The Harry Potter games. GTA. Billy Hatcher, Sonic Adventure, and my ultimate fav game of all time: Dark Chronicles
Favorite multiplayer game is Super Smash Bros Melee, it was a bloodshed everyday in my flat when we played with my roommates. We played all day.
I still prefer MMORPGs to console games, but no more time to play any. Neverwinter & Guild Wars = A+
I got the expansion of Werewolves of Miller’s Hollow today, New Moon (no relation to Twilight) courtesy of Arthur who is donating his runner-up prize from the spring semester Board Game Tournament to the club. So we can try out all of the exciting new features tomorrow at BGC.
Went to a Werewolf meeting today and it was so so nice all the people that were there are so lovely. People of all age groups with entirely different interests and personalities, and it still feels like you’re one big group of friends. I think it’s beautiful that so many completely different people can unite over one thing, even if it’s just a silly game.
Best Song to Listen to while Playing Werewolves of Miller’s Hollow
“Bit by a Dog” by The Graveyard Train
There are a surprising number of songs that somehow relate to wolves/werewolves, but few of them capture the eeriness associated with the monsters like this song, and I can think of no better one to fit the atmosphere of this game. Its got a folksy feel to it which fits with the whole being in an isolated town, but underneath that layer lies something sinister and disconcerting which id pretty much the whole point to werewolves where you don’t know who you can trust. Also, its a fun song that doesn’t take itself too seriously, much like the game itself.
Close second: “Werewolves of London” by Warren Zevon