I grew up in Germany playing boardgames with my family. My parents would often buy the year's Spiel des Jahres winner, and I especially remember playing Heimlich & Co.
with my grandmothers, feeling like such a convincing liar. Which I probably was not, given my age.
I've stuck with games over the years, playing video games, using them for as a platform for my research, and later even working as a coder for video game companies. Video games fulfill my solitary and long distance gaming needs, but lately I've really enjoyed the social aspect of gathering friends around a table to play boardgames again.
My main contributions to BGG are in the form of coding: I maintain some auto-generated open source dominion card dividers
that you can see in action in my own Dominion box
, and I've also lately been making auto-generated tuckboxes
for various games.
And here's the main nurgler in my household: