Our latest project: Stuffing 3 games into one deck of cards

My son Joe and I have a small, boutique, self-publishing game company, Ghoulash Games, through which we make and market our game GHOULASH: The Game of Pen & Paper Peril. This game, played entirely on paper using specially designed charts, is a two-player dungeon crawl where each player is the Dungeon Master of the other, much like a fancy version of Battleship, with each player hiding obstacles from the other. Continue reading “Our latest project: Stuffing 3 games into one deck of cards”

Never lose your Sense of Humor

Back in the ’90s I had the idea for a little visual pun that, if I do say so myself, is still quite clever to this day. The idea was to create a small, physical representation of someone’s sense of humor, so that when someone felt down and gloomy and odds were stacked against them, they could hold up the object and say, “Well, at least I still have my Sense of Humor.” Continue reading “Never lose your Sense of Humor”

Be a part of the ‘Audio-Free Podcast’

Once upon a time, in one of the many hobbies into which I threw much of my energy and that my poor family had to endure, I tried my hand at podcasting. Under the stage name of Michael Harvee (Harvey was my mother’s maiden name), I managed to churn out a bunch of episodes of two podcasts, “Here’s How To Talk” and “Odd TV.” They were quite polished and entertaining, if I do say so myself. Continue reading “Be a part of the ‘Audio-Free Podcast’”