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Administrator, Male, 54, from Pueblo West, Colorado
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Slowly Going the Way of the Buffaloes Jan 31, 2015
- Mar 7, 1965 (Age: 54)
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- Pueblo West, Colorado
I am currently the owner and operator of Lock 'n Load Publishing. I was the founder and CEO of The Gamers Network, The Wargamer, and Matrix Games.
- Owner of LnL Publishing
I’ve been playing games in some way or another for most of my life. They are and have always been a large part of who I am. I knew since high school I wanted to design, developed and play games and if I could make a living at it, then even better.
I have more games than I will likely ever play, but that does not stop me from trying something new or picking up that game that catches my eye.
My very, first board game at the old age of 15 was Avalon Hill’s Rise and Decline of the Third Reich, which I had purchased at a Toys R Us of all places. It’s still one of my favorite board games to this day. I can’t truly remember my first computer game, but I think it was East Front on my Atari 800 computer.
Some of my favorite game designers are Mark Herman and Eric Lee Smith on the tabletop and Gary Grigsby and Norm Koger on a digital platform. There are many other games I enjoy, but these designers never seem to fail me.
God blessed me with great parents that put up with my friends' gaming all night at our house. If that was not enough, I am blessed with a beautiful wife who has never minded my gaming hobby. She has cooked some of the best meals for my gaming sessions with my friends.
I have three sons who all love playing games. Tabletop, computer and of course Xbox. They love attending conventions with me, and now have many of their friends playing with us. So I feel I done my best to help carry the hobby going forward and made a lot of great friends along the way.