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Board Games Introduced by Decade
Board Games by Decade (Wikipedia)
This Wikipedia resource lists boards games that were introduced to the general public from the early 1800s to date. Monopoly, for example, was first introduced to the public in 1933. It also lists games by century
. Search for specific game titles within Wikipedia if you're looking for specific games.
List of Board Games
Wikipedia also classifies board games according to the number of players: two player, two-player abstract strategy games, multiplayer games (with and without elimination), European race games, economics and strategy games, games of physical skill, children's games, cooperative games, and gaming systems. It also lists additional info about game manufacturers, games of the year, board war games, and more.
Getting Started with Board Games
The Big Game Hunter
History, companies, products, and people involved with board games, card games, skill and action games, and parlor games.
Videos Examining Female Portayal in Video Games
Part 1: Tropes vs Women in Video Games, Damsel in Distress
This video explores how the Damsel in Distress became one of the most widely used gendered clichés in the history of gaming and why the trope has been core to video games.
Part 2: Tropes vs Women in Video Games, Damsel in Distress
Warning: This video contains a handful of graphic scenes involving violence against women.
Part 3: Tropes vs Women in Video Games, Damsel in Distress
The third of a three part mini-series exploring the Damsel in Distress trope in video games. This examines the rare Dude in Distress role reversal and then investigates the use of "ironic sexism" in retro inspired indie and mobile games. Some titles attempt to subvert or deconstruct the traditional damsel narrative.
Ms. Male Character - Tropes vs Women in Video Games
Ms. Male Character trope and briefly discuss a related pattern called the Smurfette Principle. Ms. Male Character Trope is defined as: The female version of an already established or default male character. Ms. Male Characters are defined primarily by their relationship to their male counterparts via visual properties, narrative connection or occasionally through promotional materials.
Collectible Games 1900-1950
All About Fun & Games
A collection of classic collectible games created between 1900-1950. It describes the plot of the game and briefly how it is played.
(Free) Make 2D Games with YoYoGame's GameMaker. This computer game generator is one of the better game creation tools out there with helpful tutorials and a fairly intuitive interface.
Computer Graphic Society
This site is for graphic designers to share their artistic profiles, news and features about graphic design (e.g. how Jurasic World was created), highlighted artist galleries, how to videos, weekly top 10 news posts, challenges put forth to graphic designers, workshops, and more.