This has got to be the most detailed flowchart on choosing a board game EVER!
I combed through it looking for what titles it includes, to see if this was really worth posting. If it didn’t include classics like Settlers of Catan or Carcassonne (aka: some of my favorites), what would be the point, right?
Well, this flowhchart not only includes these great games, but even offers the classics like Mouse Trap and Sorry!
This flowhcart may or may not come in handy while you try to choose the perfect board game, but it certainly is a lot of fun to read.
For my fellow thirty-somethings, let me present you this video game flowchart.
A resource, if you will.
Chances are, you’re married, with kids, and keep yourself busy with your daytime job and volunteering at church. So when you do have a moment to play some video games, deciding what to play is vitally important. There’s no time to waste! High scores, epic quests and level ups await!
Here’s a fun flowchart to help you pick the perfect video game to play:
I still remember the first few days playing my Nintendo—or I guess you could call it my Nintendo history.
I had rented the console along with Super Mario Bros. and Rad Racer from the local drug store’s film department. Along with selling cameras and developing film, the Colorado drug store chain also sold and rented 8-bit Nintendo games.
Because the store was closed on Thanksgiving, I timed my rental to end on Thanksgiving, giving me an extra rental day at no extra charge.
This screenshot pictured above is from one of my family’s favorite games, Minecraft.
We’ve come a long way from Super Mario Bros., as video game technology has come so far! Check out this collection of cinematic landscape stills from various video games; and remember, these are real-time game shots with the UI removed:
We've been insanely-interested in exploring how the Church, ministries, and non-profits use technology to effectively fulfill their mission to the world.
With a small blog that started in September of 2008 we grew faster than we had ever dared to dream expanding into a network of blogs that reached more than a quarter million people every single month.
In May of 2011 we re-focused our efforts bringing all of the content back into one solidified brand - a "digital magazine" of resources that still serve the same industries and that still has the same curious heartbeat that started this movement.