Deanna joins us to talk about the effect having kids can have on gaming with some tips and tricks on how to keep your gaming life alive and well even after kids.
I follow with a review of a game I’ve been playing with our not-so-little ones, Dungeons & Dragons Adventure Begins.
We wrap up with our week in review where I’ve got first thoughts on Machi Koro: Bright Lights Big City and The Quacks of Quedlinburg. Sean’s also got some things to say about The Mighty Six, a superhero RPG using the Mini Six system.
Episode 128 of the Tabletop Bellhop Gaming Podcast, recorded April 7th 2021.
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Does your gaming life have to end if you have kids? We are here to tell you “no it doesn’t” and provide you with some tips and tricks to keep game night going with newborns and toddlers.
Previous articles about gaming with kids:
Best co-op kids games and why you should play them
Best kids games and how to get kids to play them
Mermaid Adventures a great RPG for kids
10 great three player games for playing with a toddler
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