Trends in Indigenous Board Games

Trends in Indigenous Board Games

In recent years, indigenous creators have started developing a board game aesthetic distinct from the mainstream. Coyote and Crow Games, NDN Players, Burn the Fort by Indigenous Action, Nunami by Thomassie Mangiok, Nawalli by Studio Tecuanis, and my own game Winter... read more

Colonization in Games

As we approach the Thanksgiving Holiday in the US, I thought this was a good time to reflect a little on my own cultural background. I grew up in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, the capital of the Cherokee Nation. I am an enrolled Cherokee citizen. I inherited that right from my... read more
A Holiday Gift Guide – 2021

A Holiday Gift Guide – 2021

We have formally entered the holiday season with Christmas less than a month away. With the yuletide season in mind, we give you the Absurdist Productions Holiday Gift Guide. A collection of some of our own range of products, as well as some of our favorite games by... read more
Our Halloween Favorites

Our Halloween Favorites

In honor of the spooky season, we have put together a list of some of our favorite games for Halloween. These are all games that have themes around the creepy, the kooky, and the spooky. So in no real order let us begin our delve into the mysterious and macabre. ... read more
Top 5 Dinosaur Themed Board Games

Top 5 Dinosaur Themed Board Games

Anyone who has ever been a kid loves dinosaurs. They spark fascination, fear, and something primally exciting in us. They can also be quite adorable. So, in honor of our upcoming Paleovet game, here are our top dinosaur-themed board games. These are not in any real... read more