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Intelligame Radio Returns! Welcome to Season 2.

So many good websites out there have podcasts…and Intelligame is no exception. Get your podcast apps and subscription buttons ready, folks. More…

Eternal Kings infuses a collectible card game into classic chess

A new board game on Kickstarter┬áremixes chess by blending in elements of collectible card games like Magic: The Gathering. It feels both new and familiar, though it likely won’t convert people who don’t like chess or gritty, Lord of the Rings-style fantasy.


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I’m excited for Monster Hunter World because my friends are. That’s okay.

I’ve been excited about Monster Hunter World for weeks now, but it’s not because I have an attachment to the franchise. I’m looking forward to the chance to band together with friends and tackle problems together.


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Explore and Discuss Never Alone with the IG Game Club on Jan 30th

It’s a new year and a new chance for us to Intelligame together. We start with Never Alone, a game diving deep into the culture of the I├▒upiat, a group of Alaskan Native people. Our live discussion is Jan 30th, and you’re invited to join in. More…

Editor’s Note: On Patreon’s Changes and Intelligame’s Resources

Intelligame receives funding from the community via Patreon, but recently the platform made some changes. Let’s talk about those changes and IG’s future.

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Intelligame Podcast 003: Revival ft. Rami Ismail

The Intelligame Podcast returns! Episode 3: Revival brings back the long-form format with an interview with Rami Ismail and more critical discussion. Confetti emoji More…

Come Join the Intelligame Game Club

The Intelligame Game Club is a chance for Intelligame community members to learn and share with each other about a specific game each month. September’s game was To The Moon; October’s game is Firewatch.

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Seeing Indie Dungeon-Crawler Plunge Grow Up

Though it’s always great to watch friends be successful, it also helps when they’re working on a really enjoyable game. More…

Helping people “see each other in new ways:” Ami Baio’s “You Think You Know Me”

Ami Baio’s first card game helps friends and strangers connect on a deeper level at both game tables and out in the real world.

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Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Concert in Portland, Oregon Tomorrow

Video game concerts are growing in frequency, bringing game music to real life. One of Nintendo’s premier franchises gets the symphonic treatment tomorrow in Portland, Oregon with The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses. Matching a full orchestra with videos of various Zelda games, the concert blends old and new media for the audience. More…