I founded the Indie Game Reading Club in 2010. I've written and developed RPGs since the mid-90s, now I mostly talk about playing them.
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8 thoughts on ““30 Year Old Found Buried With Board Game” has been a headline for two thousand years.”
“Unique” boardgame! Is this his backgammon heartbreaker?
“The team enlisted the aid of those experts, Ulrich Schädler, director of the (absolutely charming) Swiss Museum of Games on Lake Geneva in Switzerland.” Been there, so cute and amazing! Best museum I have seen in Europe.
“It belongs in a museum!”
A little more info on the work Schädler is doing with this game.
atlasobscura.com – The Impossible Task of Reconstructing the Rules to an Ancient Board Game – Atlas Obscura
Adam D some indie stuff clearly
They had settlers of Catan back then?