What’s the Video You’ve Shared the Most?

I subscribe to a lot of YouTube channels, and I “like” maybe 5% of those that I watch. On rare occasions, I’ll share videos on this blog, or maybe I’ll send them to 1 or 2 friends if I think they’ll like them.

So it was a surprise to me when I found myself sharing a video with 5 people (separate e-mails to each of them), just minutes after watching it. And now I’m sharing it here.

The video is basically an announcement for a “board game camp” in Poland. Okay, sounds fine. I love board games, but why would I travel halfway around the world to do something I could do in my house?

Because of the setting. 

I love the idea of playing games in unique, memorable environments. The cottages at this camp look like something out of Lord of the Rings. There are medieval castles in the area, along with other medieval activities. And there’s other stuff you’d get at any resort.

But the environment is what really gets me. I would love to play games in a place like that–it looks beautiful and immersive. I’m not sure I’ll attend, but I’m thinking about it.

What do you think about this camp? And is there any video that you’ve found yourself personally sharing with a number of people?

 


2 Responses to “What’s the Video You’ve Shared the Most?”

  1. Joseph E. Pilkus III says:

    Jamey,

    That’s an amazing location and looks absolutely stunning. It’s definitely a sharp departure from the places most gamers hang out or “Meet Up” these days, including libraries, large grocery stores with attached eating areas (Wegman’s and Whole Foods), and Au Bon Pain. The price point for most Americans, once you tack on the airfare might prove quite expensive, but I do hope a few people take advantage of this wonderful location. It would be an audacious project to create something stateside, but wouldn’t that be fantastic…kind of a gamer’s Disney World. At the end, I was surprised to see Tom V., as I thought the video skipped to the next one…he’s got a number of irons in the fire…good for him.

    Cheers,
    Joe

    • Jamey Stegmaier says:

      I’ve looked in the US for a place like this, without success. Though there are bars/taverns in the US that have a nice feel inside.

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