Board gaming gave us something to bond over and has greatly improved our relationship. Now we want to share our passion for board games with all of you!
In real life, we work for an oncology company in Atlanta. Outside of board games, we like to listen to podcasts, play video games, and work on puzzles together. Occasionally Zach paints board game minis and Chelsey knits.
We are married and living in the suburbs of Atlanta with our four cats. That is not a typo…we have four cats. (Two of them are twins!)
What Qualifies Us to Write About Games?
As kids, we played the stereotypical board games–Sorry!, Monopoly, Scrabble, etc. We were in our early-to-mid twenties before we really got into the types of board games you might see on a show like TableTop or The Dice Tower. For years, the only two games we owned were Othello and Carcassonne.
From there, we discovered Arkham Horror, our first co-op game (aside from D&D). The first session didn’t go well, since neither of us knew how to play. Six hours in, we quit in the middle of the game and weren’t sure we’d ever play it again. (But we did. Over and over again, because as we discovered, that game is awesome.)
Our love for gaming extends into multiple categories. We’re not picky and we’ll try any game at least once. Whether it’s cooperative, competitive, card or dice based, there are very few games we won’t play.
Except Monopoly. We hate Monopoly.
Why Blog About Games?
Gray Cat Games was designed mostly so we could discuss our passion for board games with people who are actually interested. It’s our goal to make this site accessible to people who already love games, people who want to learn to love games, and people who want to teach their families to love games.
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