Things of No Interest is a semi-random stream of consciousness blog about boardgames, featuring irregular articles about 3D printing for games, what's being played, thoughts about his collection, what was interesting in gaming ten years ago, and whatever other random things he can think of.
Charles continues his countdown / look at board gaming apps on iOS.
Charles looks back at the games he played in November.
Charles continues looking at the iOS boardgame apps he plays - numbers 26-30.
Charles checks in with a quick look at the changes in his game collection from last month
Charles continues to look at iOS board game conversions with numbers 35-31.
Charles continues his look at his favorite boardgames on his mobile devices with numbers 40-36.
Charles looks back to his collection of games played in October.
Charles takes a look at 5 of his top 50 iOS boardgame apps.
Charles looks at 3D printing out some little bit trays for your games.
Charles looks back to the hotness of October 2007.
Charles takes a look at Spires and shares his thoughts on this quirky card game.
Charles reviews the cooperative game Fast Food Fear!
Charles looks back at what he played in Sept. 2017
Charles looks back a decade to the movers and shakers of September 2007.
Charles takes a look at some ideas for 3D prints to enhance your games.
Charles looks back at what occupied his time during August.
Charles looks back to last year and what was new to him then. Did it stand the test of time?
Charles writes about his thoughts on the forthcoming Legendary DXP app for the iPad.
Charles looks back his collection changes from the previous month.
Members of the Punchboard Media crew discuss the hot button topic of reviewing board games -- including thoughts on what makes a good review, negative reviews, the difference between a preview and a review, and taking payment for reviews.
Charles looks back at what he's been playing recently.
Charles looks back to the movers and shakers of July 2007, with a few thoughts on the games that were on everyone's mind ten years back.
Charles shares his initial impressions of Legendary DXP, the digital version of Upper Deck's Legendary system.
Charles looks back to July 2016 and what was new and whether those games have stood the test of time.
Charles looks back at games played last week
Charles looks at Legendary: A Marvel Deck Builder and decides whether it should stay or go from his collection.
Charles looks at his collection changes during June.
After a long break, Charles is back with a quick summary of what he's been playing.
Charles looks back at Descent: Road to Legend and why it stands his test of time.