Mox Spotlight June: Evil Hat Productions

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Evil Hat Productions makes some of our most popular RPG titles including Fate, Blades in the Dark, and Monster of the Week. The origins of Evil Hat, and their first game, Fate, could not be more spontaneous and interesting. During a road trip in 2000 Fred Hicks and Rob Donoghue came up with the basic rules for Fate Core, little …

Covid-19 Updates

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We are following the development of COVID-19 closely and taking recommendations by local governmental agencies seriously. Please see our timeline of Covid-19 updates and safety precautions below to stay up to date. We are making changes in real-time as updated recommendations are announced. For local specific updates please see our Mox Seattle, Mox Bellevue, and Mox Portland Facebook pages, and …

An Interview With The Broken Token

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Looking to upgrade your board games? Everyone will “ooh” and “aah” when you open that board game and reveal the perfectly organized components inside. The Broken Token makes exquisite board game insert organizers that make setting up and putting away games a breeze. Today we have with is Greg Spence, CEO of The Broken Token, to let us peek behind …

Mox Personal Shopper Pilot

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The new Mox Personal Shopper Pilot service now brings the Mox experience to your living room. Not sure what to pick up for your next game night? Looking for a gift for a gamer friend? We’ve got you covered! Starting on March 8th customers in Seattle, and May 6th in Bellevue will be able to book appointments to speak with a Mox Retail …

Mox Seattle Turns 10

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Mox Boarding House Seattle celebrates its 10th birthday this week. For 10 years, Mox continues to provide unforgettable memories and experiences through playing games and great food. Mox Boarding House Seattle, formally known as Card Kingdom/Café Mox, serves the Ballard neighborhood and beyond. Stop by this week (5/3 -5/9/21) and take part in our celebrations! MTG Box Topper Promotion – Receive …

Mox Spotlight May: Broken Token

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The Broken Token makes high-quality board game inserts for your favorite board games. Prior to 2013, most board game inserts available on the market were made of foam core. But that all changed when Broken Token founder and CEO Greg Spence decided to join a local makers studio and create high-quality birchwood game inserts. He posted his first creation (a …

An Interview With Looney Labs

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Who are the creative geniuses who brought us favorites like Fluxx and Pyramid Arcade? Why it’s Looney Labs, of course! The small team at Looney Labs brings a unique and valuable perspective to the board game industry. Their games have a low barrier to entry and provide a delightful experience every time. We were lucky enough to interview Kristin and …

Oregon Board Game Designers

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Oregon is packed full of board game designers and tabletop industry talent who have worked on some of your favorite tabletop games, including The Tea Dragon Society Card Game, Illimat, and Aquicorn Cove. If you’ve been searching for local games designed in the area, this is your one-stop resource to support local talent. Keep reading to check out all the …

Washington Board Game Designers

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Washington State is home to some of the most influential board game designers in the world. Some of your favorite tabletop games have been designed in Washington – including Magic: The Gathering, Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder, Betrayal At House On The Hill, and Funkoverse! If you’ve been searching for local games designed right here in the Evergreen State, this is …

Publisher Spotlight April: Looney Labs

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Looney Labs is the publisher who brought us fan favorites like Fluxx and Get The MacGuffin. Andrew and Kristen Looney are the husband and wife duo that have consistently design and publish innovative, attractive, and above all, really fun parlor games. The Looneys met during their time as aerospace engineers at NASA and in 1996 decided to pursue their hobby …