Hello, esteemed visitor, and welcome to our humble website. Board Crazy is the passion project of three terribly average Joes with a love for tabletop gaming of all types. We started this site way back in 2017 with the hopes of providing entertaining and informative videos and articles to anyone who shares our fondness for board games or is looking to get involved in the hobby. Our weekly content includes videos in which we do a full playthrough of a game as well as accompanying reviews of that game by each one of us. Additionally, we provide updates on some gaming news stories, and we occasionally shine a light on potential new games that are available for backing on crowdfunding platforms. Our goal is to continue adding new and useful kinds of videos and articles to the site as we grow and improve, so we hope that you will keep coming back for more.
D, who is clearly Board Crazy’s intrepid and brilliant leader, has been winning board games since the early 1990’s, shortly following his birth. His first board game was probably checkers, but his memories of those times are foggy at best. His favorite tabletop games are Christian T. Peterson’s (OG) A Game of Thrones, which he has played more times than he can count, and Dungeons & Dragons, in which he DM’s a campaign that includes Will and Graham. His other interests include video games, weird music, and being annually tortured by the New York Mets.
Will, who is clearly the largest member of Board Crazy, has been losing at board games since the mid 1990’s. His first game was probably Connect Four, but all he can remember from those years was how cool “True Lies” and “Die Hard with a Vengeance” were. His favorite tabletop games are probably Codenames and Lord of the Rings Risk – he’s a man of simple taste. He also plays D&D in D’s campaign, and he runs his own (or did, for a little while). Lastly, the rest of his life is consumed by video games, Food Network, and being perpetually tortured by D and his bickering (thanks, Mets).
Graham, who is clearly just here for the food, has been overthinking board game strategies since the mid 1990’s. His first game was Don’t Wake Daddy, and he became quite ingrained in the DWD community. In the year 2000, after three straight years of disappointing losses in the semi-finals of the National Don’t Wake Daddy Tournament, he made it to the finals and won the gold. After this, Graham took some time off from board gaming to focus on his scrap booking. It wasn’t until about 2008 when he started to play again. This time, he focused on more casual and relaxing games, like Axis and Allies and Game of Thrones. Currently, his favorite board games include Avalon, Letters from Whitechapel, and Blood Rage. Why are we talking about the Mets?