Ed. note: I totally butchered the rules for the Kobayashi Maru test, but I still got a good idea of gameplay. I go back and forth on whether or not I even enjoy solo gaming. For me, the draw of board games is getting a group together and interacting with . . . Read more
Now I didn’t WANT to play this trivia game right after the TOS trivia game. My wife recommended it. And I’ve got to say I’m glad she did, because now it’s done and out of the way and I never have to open either of these up again.
It dawns on us early on, that instead of calling this one TOS Trivia it should be referred to as POS Trivia. But that’d be unfair. It has some positive elements… doesn’t it?
Stand and be judged. To keep things light and interesting here at the beginning, I start with the Star Trek game with quite possibly the longest title ever: “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Interactive VCR Board Game: A Klingon Challenge in Patience” Okay maybe that last part isn’t actually part . . . Read more
“The Great Experiment” Star Trek and I have a checkered past. I’m fully aware that to the non-nerd variety Star Trek is a campy, niche Sci-Fi franchise whose entertainment value varies greatly depending on which series or movie you’re watching. I can’t disagree with that. But I grew up watching . . . Read more