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The Dadifesto Handbook

What started off as a simple list of online resources has now grown to something a bit bigger. Here then is the web version of the work currently known as  The Dadifesto Handbook. The plan is to update it from time to time, when there is interest and when others offer up corrections and suggestions.  Click on the link in the menu bar above or on the image of the handbooks cover. Dadifestohandbookcover

Tom’s Tabletop Simulator Workshop OnAir

TTSOnAirLogoHaving had a month or so to dive into the amazing Tabletop Simulator we are now starting to make videos of our endeavors. Your can watch our video workshops over on our Youtube Playlist 

Chess – The Summer Sessions

ChessOver the last two years I have been helping out with our local elementary school’s Chess Club. Over the summer we will be building up a library of resources and online tools to help grow the club. Much of what we are going to post will be of value to any kid, parent or educator looking to add Chess to their arsenal. There is now a separate Chess menu on under which all our findings and thoughts will be published. If you have any items  to add  please send them  over and they will be included.

Good Little Games

Here at Dadifesto we are always on the look out for new games. Some cost in cash and others in creating.  Sometimes though you can find good games that are low in cost, even free, and easy to create.  Good Little Games is a print and play (PnP) site with games curated from some of the better known names in PnP games. They are all selected for being very easy to print out and easy to learn.  Most of them can be printed out on one or two sheets of card stock or plain paper. I started with Zeppelin Derby but most any game listed here is going to produce a good game session.

If you have never tried your hand at a PnP game these are your perfect entry. Once you get the hang of it you might want to try other PnP games free in cost but sometimes costly in time. Stay tuned for more links to such games.