• Mox Spotlight March: Paizo
    • Mar 1st 2022
    • Posted by Nick Rauzi

    Mox Spotlight March: Paizo

    With Winter ending and the warmer weather approaching, it is a great time to expand your imagination with both Fantasy and Science Fiction adventure. We're excited to announce this month’s Mox Spotlight featuring Paizo! Publisher of the award-winning Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, Pathfinder Adventure Card Game, Starfinder science-fantasy roleplaying game, as well as numerous board games and accessories. In the 15+ years since its founding, Paizo has received more than 100 major awards and has grown to become one of the most influential companies in the hobby games industry. Pathfinder and Starfinder are roleplaying games that feel like a love letter to character creation and world building. Every new release for these games adds additional content to be used by both play
  • Mox Spotlight February: eeBoo Puzzles
    • Feb 1st 2022
    • Posted by Mer Behan

    Mox Spotlight February: eeBoo Puzzles

    Did you know that January was National Puzzle Month? Well, if you missed out, Mox Boarding House's February Mox Spotlight has your back. This month we are featuring eeBoo's Piece and Love puzzle collection. EeBoo is a woman/mother owned company that was started over twenty-five years ago, making children's products that inspired creative thinking and communication. Most recently they started their Piece & Love puzzle line. These sustainable puzzles are made from recycled materials, vegetables based inked, and FSC-certified Paper (Forest Stewardship Council). These cats are all over the place, allowing the puzzle to be viewed from any angle. Cats go well with puzzles, even if they are knocking pieces off your table! This puzzle was illustrated by Monika Forsberg. Monika Fors
  • Mox Spotlight January: Gamewright
    • Jan 3rd 2022
    • Posted by Nelly Steiner

    Mox Spotlight January: Gamewright

    We hope you had a wonderful holiday season that was fulfilling and relaxing. Let's ring in the new year with an awesome publisher. We're excited to announce Gamewright Games as our Mox Spotlight this January. All month long get 10% off any Gamewright Games purchased at any Mox location! Gamewright was founded in 1994 with a strong mission that is still true today. Their goal to "create the highest quality family games with outstanding play-value" is showcased in all of their games. Gamewright games are created for players of all ages, so parents and kids can enjoy playing together. These games foster creativity and teach skills while having fun. Abandon All Artichokes We can't talk about Gamewright without featuring Abandon All Artichokes as our top pick. Abandon All Artichokes is a fast,
  • Mox Spotlight November: Norse Foundry
    • Nov 1st 2021
    • Posted by Mer Behan

    Mox Spotlight November: Norse Foundry

    It’s a new month and that means a new Mox Spotlight! November’s Mox Spotlight is Norse Foundry. Norse Foundry is known for their beautiful luxury gemstone and glass dice. They also have dice made from zinc alloy, 6063 aircraft grade aluminum, wood, bone, and other materials along with hex vaults and towers made by their partners at ElderwoodAcademy. Keep reading to find out more about just a fraction of the dice from Norse Foundry. Pink Cat’s Eye Polyhedral Dice SetNorse Foundry’s Cat’s Eye dice are made from a lab made fiber-optic glass, making these stronger than the glass you’d use for drinkware. These dice have a wonderful color gradation that ranges from dark to light. They are available in many colors; blue, green, yellow, and more.Ruby Zircon Glass Polyhedral Dice SetNorse Fou
  • Mox Spotlight October: Funko Games
    • Oct 1st 2021
    • Posted by Nelly Steiner

    Mox Spotlight October: Funko Games

    Fall is here! The leaves are going from green to brown, we can hear their crunch under our feet, and with the change of seasons comes a new Mox Spotlight. We're excited to announce Funko Games as our Mox Spotlight for October. We all know Funko for their beloved big-head figurines featuring our favorite characters from pop culture. In 2019 Funko acquired the design studio then named 'Forrest-Pruzan' and started Funko Games. Since then they have devolved some very exciting games including Funkoverse, Disney Haunted Mansion, and Groundhog Day. Keep reading to find out more about our favorites: Fast & Furious: Highway HeistAre you ready to become part of the family? Assume the roles of some of your favorite Fast & Furious characters including Dom, Brian, Letty, and Roman and get rea
  • An Interview with Brotherwise Games
    • Sep 27th 2021
    • Posted by Nelly Steiner

    An Interview with Brotherwise Games

    Brotherwise Games makes incredible games that are highly thematic and immersive. Remember old-school side-scrolling retro video games? Well, Boss Monster takes that idea but instead of assuming the roles of adventurers moving through a dungeon, you are the Boss Monster trying to defeat them. Brotherwise Games was founded by Chris and Johnny O'Neal in 2012 and they have produced excellent games ever since. We had the chance to sit down with Chris and Johnny and get the inside scoop.  (Mox) With games like Call to Adventure and the tie-in products you’ve developed with authors in the past like Patrick Rothfuss and Brandon Sanderson, what do you think it is about board games that makes them work well when it comes to storytelling?(Chris and Johnny) People are natural storytellers. We
  • Mox Spotlight September: Brotherwise Games
    • Sep 1st 2021
    • Posted by Nelly Steiner

    Mox Spotlight September: Brotherwise Games

    Our Mox Spotlight for September is Brotherwise Games! All month long you'll receive 10% off all their titles in store. Brotherwise Games was founded by brothers Chris and Johnny O'Neal in 2012 and since then have published some of our top favorite games at Mox, including Boss Monster. Their games always lead with compelling theme and approachable mechanics. Boss MonsterBoss Monster: The Dungeon Building Card Game has been one of our most popular games in the store. What's not to love? Retro video gaming themes, 8-bit art, and adventure. In this 2-4 player game you lure unknowing adventurers looking for treasure through your dungeon only to defeat them on their way! The first player to collect 10 souls wins. With several expansion this game never gets old. OverbossOverboss: A
  • An Interview with Renegade Game Studios
    • Aug 16th 2021
    • Posted by Nelly Steiner

    An Interview with Renegade Game Studios

    Back for a second time Renegade Game Studios is our Mox Spotlight for August. We last interviewed them in 2019 when Clank! Legacy was about to release, so much has changed since then, but one thing remains the same; Renegade Games is still producing  high quality games that are top sellers at Mox Boarding House. Today we have Sara Erickson (Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Renegade Games Studios) with us to give us all the insider secrets at Renegade games. (Mox) When last we sent you some questions you said you’d love to see a board game more prominently featuring insects. Have you found any in the last couple years you can tell us about and has your dream game theme changed at all?(Sara) There have been a few good bee themed games over the years but a game celebr