Game Library

Here is an index of my current, tabletop game library, by category.
  • Italicized titles are those which are  as-of-yet unplayed; to borrow a phrase from a friend, these are my "pile of shame"
  • {Braced} items are incomplete (one player, rules only, components with quick-start rules, missing components, etc.)
  • * An asterisk precedes the title of each game that I had acquired before stating to work at a game store (about 2 years ago)
  • ^ A carat precedes the title of each game which is on indefinite loan from friends or family
This lists only includes the games that I currently own.  For financial, interest, and/or space reasons, I have had other games which I no longer own (Apples to Apples, Changeling the Dreaming, Chess, Careers, Monopoly, etc.).  Some of these (such as Careers, or Changeling the Dreaming) I hope to reacquire when I am able.

As my personal game library evolves, I will update this list.

  • Abstract 
    • Dimension
    • Doodle City
    • Gemblo 
    • * Mancala 
    • MOD X
    • * Othello 
    • The Rose King
    • Senet 
    • Six 
    • Tsuro 
  • Board Games (Any)
    • * Clue 
    • Firefly
    • Forbidden Island
    • Pot Farm
    • Tiny Epic Kingdoms 
    • Zoneplex
  • Card Games (Non-Customizable)
    • Crisis: Tokyo
    • Eleminis
    • Exploit!
    • Flipping Flags
    • Game of Crowns
    • Havok and Hijinks 
    • Hero Immortal King 
    • Management Material, General Office Edition
    • Love Letter 
    • Nuts! 
    • Poo
    • RARRR!
    • Sentinels of the Multiverse 
    • Splendor 
  • Dice Games
    • Daemon Dice
  • Party Games
    • Are You a Werewolf? 
    • Crossing
    • * Jenga 
    • * Lego Creationary 
    • Machine of Death
  • Trivia/Quiz Games
    • * [Beyond] Balderdash
    • * {Mindtrap} 
    • * Scattergories
    • * Trivial Pursuit
      • Genus IV
      • 20th Aniversary
  • Collectible / Customizable Games
    • Call of Cthulhu LCG 
    • Dice Masters - Marvel: Uncanny X-Men
    • Epic Card Game
    • Magic: the Gathering 
      • Casual [several decks]
      • {Conspiracy} [draft box, to be incorporated into a Cube]
      • EDH / Commander [2 decks]
    • Android: Netrunner LCG
    • Redakai
    • Star Wars LCG
    • Star Wars TCG (2002)
  • Deckbuilding / Poolbuilding
    • Ascention (Apprentice Edition)
    • Star Realms 
    • Nightfall 
    • Valley of the Kings 
  • War Games / Miniatures
    • {Battletech}
    • Hordes 
  • Roleplaying 
    • Adventure Game Engine
      • Dragon Age
    • Cortex
      • Firefly [“Serenity 2nd Edition”] 
      • * Serenity [“Firefly 1st Edition”]
    • d20 {non- D&D}
      • * d20 Modern 
      • * Star Wars Saga Edition 
    • Dungeons & Dragons (+ Clones)
      • * Basic / Rules Cylopedia 
      • Adventurer Conqueror King
      • *^ AD&D 2nd Edition 
      • * 3rd Edition Revised ("3.5")
      • * Pathfinder 
      • 5th Edition 
    • Faith
    • FATE
      • Accelerated
      • Core
        • Secrets of Cats
        • Mecha vs. Kaiju
    • Fiasco
    • * Mechwarrior (2nd Edition)
    • Mutants and Masterminds
      • DC Adventures
    • Palladium
      • * Heroes Unlimited [Revised]
        • * Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles & Other Strangers 
      • * Macross II 
      • * Nightspawn / Nightbane 
      • * Ninjas & Superspies 
      • * Rifts [1st Edition] 
      • * Robotech [1st Edition] 
    • World of Darkness [Classic] 
      • * Mage the Ascension 
      • * Mummy the Resurrection
      • * Wraith the Oblivion

NOTE: To help differentiate board games from card games, I am defining a "board" as any sheet or any size that is used as a position marker for tokens of some kind.  That board (or those boards) must be integral to the central mechanic of the game--and not just a turn marker, or deck place-holder.  In general, any game that defines itself s as board game is treated as one.

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