Author: Dr. Christopher W. Smithmyer

Crypto Introductions: Tokel – Easy Tokens And NFT For Everyone

This series of articles, called "crypto introductions," will take a look at some of the more common coins on the market for investment and portfolio growth. In this article, we look at Tokel, a new coin that is being brought to market to make life easier for those who...

Review: Pineworld’s Biometric Safe

It is that time of year again. Here at New Right Network, we are dedicated to every law-abiding person’s right to bear arms. In October and November, we try to look at as many firearm or firearm-related products as possible to promote the knowledgeable and safe use of these...

Game Review: Sheepy Time

With easy gameplay, simple mechanics, and a really fun theme, this game is great for casual friends who just want a quick game to play while hanging out. ...

Game Review: Bristol 1350

Facade Games is back with another installment of its dark cities series. This time, we are looking at the city of Bristol England in 1350. ...

Game Review: Smash Up

Smash Up is a terrific game that belongs in everyone's game collection. ...

Game Review: Quests and Cannons: The Risen Island

The player boards are some of the most well-designed boards that I have ever seen, and the map manages to capture the whimsy of the characters and the seriousness of a map strategy game. ...

Game Review: Draconis Invasion

Draconis Invasion addresses many of the flaws in classic deck builder games, which makes it an evolution of the genre that may be ahead of its time....

Review: Election Night In America

It is a game you can pick up at any time and people can play across the political divide. Election Night in America has the ability to get people talking, civilly, over a game about a serious issue in our country....

Game Review: QB54 for Your Back Yard

There is nothing on the market like this. It is easy to haul (it even fits in my little convertible), it is playable by anyone, and if you need more challenge just move the chairs further than the 40 general rules....