Dangerous Games: How to Play

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  • Title: Dangerous Games: How to Play
  • Author: Matt Forbeck
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 257
  • Format: ebook
  • Once a year, the greatest tabletop gamers in the world descend upon Indianapolis for Gen Con the Best Four Days in Gaming to play games, see friends, and have fun They play things like Dungeons Dragons, Magic The Gathering, Warhammer 40,000, Settlers of Catan, Munchkin, and everything else they can get their hands on Mostly the competition is friendly.SometimeOnce a year, the greatest tabletop gamers in the world descend upon Indianapolis for Gen Con the Best Four Days in Gaming to play games, see friends, and have fun They play things like Dungeons Dragons, Magic The Gathering, Warhammer 40,000, Settlers of Catan, Munchkin, and everything else they can get their hands on Mostly the competition is friendly.Sometimes it is not.When a world famous game designer turns up murdered at the convention, Liam Parker the young game designer who stumbles across the body makes it his quest to figure out who killed the man, and why In the end, Liam must figure out the rules of this most dangerous game fast or risk losing his life.

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    1. Dangerous Games: How to Play is book one of the Dangerous Games trilogy that was a part of Matt Forbeck's daring 12 for 12 Kickstarter campaign. The goal was to write twelve novels in one year broken down into four separate trilogies each with a different setting. This series is a murder mystery set against the background of Gen Con, the largest gaming convention in the country. I love a good mystery and I am a gamer so I was all aboard for this series.The book opens with recent graduate of the [...]

    2. I’ve read a lot of Matt Forbeck’s books over the years. This is the first straight murder mystery of his that I’ve ever read. This would seem like a huge departure if it wasn’t for the fact that the murder takes place at Gen Con. I’ve wanted to visit Gen Con for the last twenty years and it is is on my bucket list so reading this book was always going to be something that I would enjoy. If like me you have played been a consumer of the gaming industry for nearly thirty years you will r [...]

    3. You can find the full review over at The Founding Fields:thefoundingfields/2013/06/Shadowhawk reviews the first novel in Matt Forbeck’s self-published Dangerous Games trilogy.“Matt Forbeck does it again and writes a really suspenseful story full of murder, deceit and tabletop geeks galore.” ~ShadowhawkMore than any other novel that Matt Forbeck has put out in recent months, or even a year, his Dangerous Games trilogy is one that I’ve looked forward to the most. These three books are set [...]

    4. Out of the books I have read this year, this has been the funnest one to date. I enjoyed it so much, that I finished it in a day. Part of this was how much Matt Forbeck brought the gaming community into it.When you read books, sometimes an author will have to create fictional companies to populate their world. I enjoyed seeing the references to real people, games, and companies. It was a change compared to other books.Two factors that keep your interest during this book. Because of the use of re [...]

    5. A truly self-indulgent book (including an appearance by the author) with too much name dropping that feels more like an advertising pamphlet rather than a novel. Even if all that could be excused, the plot was thin and predictable and the book was fell of characters who were poor caricatures at best and insulting at worst. Even as a gamer and a long time Gencon attendee, I'd be hard pressed to recommend this book.

    6. A very entertaining read, with an interesting mystery and a very interesting description of Gen Con and current game and social media culture. It was a lot of fun, despite death being part of the story.

    7. Great read. I backed this trilogy on Kickstarter and am so pleased with the results. Forbeck has complete control of his characters and left me wanting more.

    8. strong murder mystery. it acts like a nice love letter to conventions. the content and humor though, it's something that would appeal more to gamers than it would appeal to the general readership.

    9. Surprisingly good book set at GenCon. Great if you have been to the con, especially recently, but may lose a lot if you have never been to GenCon before.

    10. What a truly disappointing book, which is a shame, as conceptually it is a good one - and one I was rather hoping I would very much enjoy. Murder at GenCon? How could it go wrong?Alas, it seems the primary motivation of the author was to cram as many gaming titles and names into a paragraph as possible, listing them one after another, in some sort of attempt to prove his gaming creds with all the subtlty of an oversized-greataxe-wielding frenzied-berzerker orc with bloodlust. It seems the only t [...]

    11. Does it still count as a murder mystery if we see the murders happen and the story is the protagonist connecting the dots? It's not my usual genre, so I'm not sure how common it is. It strikes me as making it more a "suspense" story than a "mystery"While it was fun seeing how many gaming industry insiders' names I recognized, it was also very strange having so many current, real-life people (including the author) as characters in a fiction novel. I don't know why to me in a book it felt kinda se [...]

    12. Matt Forbeck lands us straight into the curious world of GenCon Indy. His protagonist, Liam Parker, is an up and coming game designer, attending his first GenCon when a dead body is discovered in an alley not far from the convention. Being recent graduate of Police Academy, GenCon hires him as their police liaison. Intrigue and danger ensues as he faces off with a ruthless CEO.With Dangerous Games: How to Play, Matt Forbeck shows us that he has the art of short novel writing down pat. From chapt [...]

    13. A fun read, as I would expect from Forbeck. I finally read this, and now I'm regretting not backing all of his 12 for '12 projects. Dangerous Games: How to Play is a combination police procedural and thriller (where the "ticking time bomb" is the end of Gen Con). It's well paced, has lots of fun background, and includes cameos from many real life gaming personalities. Definitely recommend it to people who like quick reads, who combine a love of action with a passion for gaming.

    14. I did try to read this book, which was highly suggested by a gaming friend, but I couldn't get past the 2nd chapter. It felt like a huge "name dropping" book with no description or real depth. As an avid mystery reader and gamer, I was hoping that this book would provide all that it promised but it failed horribly.

    15. Fun read for gaming fansI just laughing at all the sights and people that I have seen at Gen con in this book. Plus the tie in to "The Gamers: Hand of Fate" made it even better ( and not just because my son and I had great seats for "Games Live" at Gen con 2012 resulting in getting our half second of fame as extras in the crowd).

    16. This was a fun quick read. The plot was a little easy to figure out (I made my guess around chapter 7 and stuck with it to the end to be pretty close) but it was fun seeing all the industry folks in the book and the appearance by Leo was fun too. Definitely worth a read, doubly so if you're a gamer. I read most of it over the past day so it was definitely hard to put down.

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