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Xanathar’s Guide to Everything Available at Game Goblins

Take a look at the world through the many eyes of the Xanathar, an infamous beholder crime lord. The first major expansion for the fifth edition of Dungeons & Dragons will be available at Game Goblins in Little Rock, Ark. Stop by Game Goblins, located on Bowman road...

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6 Classic Board Games for Family Game Night

Want to make family game night a tradition in your home? Start with a winning game. At Game Goblins we have many board games recommended for family game nights. Sometimes it’s best to stick with the classics. Age difference is the most challenging aspect to finding...

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4 Reasons To Play Warhammer 40K

“In the grim darkness of the far future, there is only war.” Thinking about giving Warhammer 40K a try? The vast dystopian universe might seem intimidating at first—it is to most players. We think it’s well worth the time to learn how to play. Here are a few reasons...

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Why You Should Give Rory’s Story Cubes® a Try

Love telling stories? Good at thinking on your feet or outside the box? We highly recommend Rory’s Story Cubes for your next game night. Find family games like Rory’s Story Cubes and more at Game Goblins in Little Rock. We are big fan of family game night. Stop by and...

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Family Game Night: Kingdomino

We recommend Kingdomino for just about any family game night. Apparently, board game experts do to. Give it a chance with your family. Here are 3 reasons the team at Game Goblins recommends Kingdomino. That’s why you can find Kingdomino at Game Goblins, located on...

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4 New Games for Teens at Game Goblins

Looking to break your teen away from the screen with some fun tabletop games? It’s a tough crowd, but we have a few new games that are perfect for players ages 12 to 14 and up. Get them interested in family game night again. No bribery needed. Stop buy Game Goblins...

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Why play Yu-Gi-Oh! at Your Local Game Store?

Why play Yu-Gi-Oh! at Game Goblins? It’s not just that we have 6,000 sq. ft. of space dedicated to tabletop games. Or that we host a Yu-Gi-Oh! Constructed game night every Sunday. Here are five reasons why you should bring your Yu-Gi-Oh! game to Game Goblins. - Learn...

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Games for Rainy Nights

Rainy nights are perfect for tabletop games. Here are a few strategy-heavy games laced with fantasy that we know will keep you entertained while waiting out a stormy night. See a game you want to learn more about? Stop by Game Goblins and check it out. We are located...

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What is Warhammer 40K?

Where do we even start? If you are interested in learning more about Warhammer 40K—maybe your friends play or your kids are just getting interested, just start anywhere. As soon as you start learning about the Warhammer 40K world you’ll see why it’s caught the...

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Kingdomino Wins Spiel des Jahres

Kingdomino takes home another prestigious award - the Spiel des Jahres (Game of the Year)! Game makers Blue Orange Games have created a family fun hit with their game, Kingdomino. Its win is a first for the Blue Orange Games company and solidifies the game as one that...

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How to Spot a Chaotic Neutral Player

Let’s get a discussion going. Moral alignments help define the moral motives behind a character’s actions. If you know what kind of moral alignments you are playing against, it’s easier to predict your opponent's next moves. Everyone who is familiar with the moral...

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Magic the Gathering Event Schedule and Magic League Changes

Today I want to tell everyone about new changes affecting our weekly Magic the Gathering schedule and our Magic the Gathering League. Beginning 7/16/2017 our new weekly Magic the Gathering schedule will be as follows: Sunday 2PM Hour of Devastation Standard Showdown...

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Tips and Tricks for Painting Your Own Miniatures

You’ve never considered yourself an artist. Much less a painter. But now a beautiful aspect of the tabletop gaming world, miniatures, stands before you. You start off getting the pre-painted figures, thinking they would suffice. But now you know how much they mean to...

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