Online Gaming

I’ve found a new addiction – gaming online.  I’ve wondered about it for several years having found SpielbyWeb and Brettspielwelt.  I was hesitant because I don’t know how to play most of the games and didn’t want to waste someone’s time while I learned.

But a recent Dice Tower episode convinced me to try it.  Eric suggested  It’s a site that has a lot of games.  And they happened to have Hey! That’s My Fish!.  So I invited Eric to a game.  It went well except I lost.  But I was intrigued.  So I picked out another game that I thought I would like, Arkadia, read the rules, and accepted an invite from the open games.

I got beat again but it was fun.  So I tried again.  More fun better score but still lost.  I tried Atta Ants.  Lost in the second turn.  The interface is wonky to me.  I’m currently in a Finca game and a Richelieu game on

But the one I’m having the most fun with is Wallenstein on SpielbyWeb.  I played Shogun at the last game night I attended.  It was a blast.  And I told Chris we should try Wallenstein.  So he set up a game between myself, him, and Kenny.  It’s much fun.  The game is thinky which I like.  Lots of planning and strategy with some luck pitched in.  Very good.

So I recommend any one of these sites.  Also look at Michael Schacht’s site, for online versions of his games.  I need to try China or Web of Power.  Or look at MabiWeb.  I haven’t tried BSW yet but it seems to have the most games.

Check them out.


2 thoughts on “Online Gaming”

  1. Yeah, and it looks like you’re in the best position starting off year two in Wallenstein. I hope that Kenny realizes that the 1-point lead I have over you does not reflect the actual potential for victory between the two of us.

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