The Tabletop Game Addicts

Played some Takenoko at Snakes and Lattes last week. Fun times!

Played some Takenoko at Snakes and Lattes last week. Fun times!

Qwirkle is super fun but requires a lot of room!

Qwirkle is super fun but requires a lot of room!

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Last Night at the Mall
Last Night On Earth - Flying Frog Productions
Using a fan-made scenario for LNOE, we were able to utilize the mall game board from the 1990s girls’ game “Mall Madness” by Milton Bradley.  Heroes had to raid the mall for supplies and try to make it back to the truck before sunrise, while the zombie onslaught slowed them down every step of the way.
Unfortunately for the Heroes, they were unable to find enough weapons to help defend themselves against our dead hoards.  With 6 out of 7 supplies already in the gassed up truck, keys in hand, the last Hero fell to a zombie attack while transporting the final supply through the parking lot.
It was a close game, but lady luck was not on the Heroes side…  Unable to prevent wound after wound, the resilient zombies had them as a late night snack.
A special thanks to Roy Stephens and Adrienne Allen for their fantastic scenario, which can be found at BoardGameGeek.com
The scenario plays amazingly well, especially with the increased zombie movement indoors, the need to turn on the power, the escalator and elevator rules, and 2nd level shooting bonuses.



I have wanted to try this out ever since we found mall madness at a yard sale.

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Last Night at the Mall

Last Night On Earth - Flying Frog Productions

Using a fan-made scenario for LNOE, we were able to utilize the mall game board from the 1990s girls’ game “Mall Madness” by Milton Bradley.  Heroes had to raid the mall for supplies and try to make it back to the truck before sunrise, while the zombie onslaught slowed them down every step of the way.

Unfortunately for the Heroes, they were unable to find enough weapons to help defend themselves against our dead hoards.  With 6 out of 7 supplies already in the gassed up truck, keys in hand, the last Hero fell to a zombie attack while transporting the final supply through the parking lot.

It was a close game, but lady luck was not on the Heroes side…  Unable to prevent wound after wound, the resilient zombies had them as a late night snack.

A special thanks to Roy Stephens and Adrienne Allen for their fantastic scenario, which can be found at BoardGameGeek.com

The scenario plays amazingly well, especially with the increased zombie movement indoors, the need to turn on the power, the escalator and elevator rules, and 2nd level shooting bonuses.

I have wanted to try this out ever since we found mall madness at a yard sale.

Playing Smallworld for the first time! So many pieces made it seem more daunting than it actually is. Also Tabletop Game Addicts is one year’s old today!!

Playing Smallworld for the first time! So many pieces made it seem more daunting than it actually is. Also Tabletop Game Addicts is one year’s old today!!

Playing King of Tokyo on the floor, I’m on a team with the daughter!

Playing King of Tokyo on the floor, I’m on a team with the daughter!

We haven’t played Sorry! Cars 2 Sliders in awhile. Really fun game actually.

We haven’t played Sorry! Cars 2 Sliders in awhile. Really fun game actually.

Sometimes it’s Forbidden Island but sometimes it’s Candy Land.. If it keeps the daughter interested in board games it’s all good.

Sometimes it’s Forbidden Island but sometimes it’s Candy Land.. If it keeps the daughter interested in board games it’s all good.

Carcassonne!!

Carcassonne!!

She’s got a Ticket To Ride… And she don’t care!

She’s got a Ticket To Ride… And she don’t care!

My daughter and I barely won Forbidden Island. The pilot and diver are a good combo for two player and I got lucky having a few helicopter lifts.

My daughter and I barely won Forbidden Island. The pilot and diver are a good combo for two player and I got lucky having a few helicopter lifts.