Mike Bonet asks us about Mathemagician's Duel and educational games We talked to Mike Bonet of The Who, What, Why? Game Design Podcast and he asked us about making Mathemagician's Duel and the nature of educational games. You can listen to the interview here: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/michael-bonet/who-what-why-a-game-design-podcast/e/71093671 This is a podcast that Bill has been listening to … Continue reading We’re on a Podcast!
Dr. Brian MacDonald is a psychologist who works with children with special learning needs. To help support students and their learning, he uses board games. This has led him to looking at board games for their learning value, and now he shares recommendations through this website, Brains on Games, and through his YouTube channel. We … Continue reading Learning and Teaching with Games
We spent some time thinking about exactly what we wanted to say, and how we wanted to say it, so we hope it comes across the way we intend it. As a small company we have little to offer but words, support and intentions. We hope in the future, as we grow, so can the … Continue reading An Important Statement from BSGames
These are difficult times, and difficult decisions have been made in order to protect the public. We are disappointed that we will be be missing out on the events that we had planned to attend between March and September. We will miss meeting friends and making new ones, playing games and showing people ours. But, … Continue reading Everything’s Canceled! How do we play?
Gameschoolers ? What are those? Well, these are families that homeschool, but do much of their teaching through games. Some games have learning and education in mind when they are designed, but it's also possible to build lessons and learning around games just based on their themes. Many games are historical, and lend themselves to … Continue reading Gameschoolers Enjoy Mathemagician’s Duel!