Bid High, Win Low – A Guest Review of The Speicherstadt

Hello, Dice Hate Me fans!  It’s Josh from Board Game Reviews by Josh.  With Chris’ time being invested in VivaJava at the moment, I volunteered to help keep the reviews coming!  Whereas our writing styles are a bit different, hopefully I’ll provide the kind of high quality review you’ve come to expect.  Without further ado, let’s take a look at The Speicherstadt. Read More  Read More

It’s Time to Get Caffeinated!

Just about all of you dear readers were there when Carnival was announced to the public. And just about the same amount pledged their support on Kickstarter to help us get Dice Hate Me Games off the ground. It was an amazing experience, made only greater by the outpouring of support and encouragement. Now, we’re back. And we’ve brought coffee. Dice Hate Me Games is proud to present VivaJava: The Coffee Game! Designer T.C. Petty III has spent the last three years perfecting... Read More

The State of Games, Episode 23 – The One About the Unpublished Masses

There’s nothing like hitting the open road with a box full of hopes and dreams, arriving at a destination, unboxing those dreams and letting a whole bunch of random strangers tear them apart. And believe it or not, that’s a good thing! In this instance, those dreams are board games, and in this episode of The State of Games, we’re all set to tell the stories of those myriad dreamers. Read More  Read More

Couples Retreat 2012 Recap

It’s been a quiet few weeks here on Dice Hate Me, but that certainly hasn’t meant much quiet on the homefront. Quite the opposite, actually, as we’ve been gaming through the holidays and working like mad to get VivaJava wrapped and ready for its Kickstarter debut (Wednesday, Jan. 25 – mark your calendars!). If you listened to the last State of Games podcast – and if you haven’t, it’s right over here – you dear readers already know... Read More

The State of Games, Episode 22 – The One About Two Pairs

Sometimes when you’re gaming, it’s better to be sitting back with an easy pair than dealing with cleaning up after a full house – if you know what we’re saying; and if you listen to this podcast you’ll certainly get the reference. So grab your significant other, pour a glass of your house finest and let The State of Games bring you closer together. You’re welcome. Read More  Read More