Finding like-minded people who want to play video games is easy. You log on to whatever service you use (x-box live, Steam, Playstation plus) and everyone appears in a list.
What about finding traditional board game geeks. You can try to find the right day at the game stores, but DnD campaigns rarely conform to business hours. You have an arc that ends up taking until 3 am because the orc had to check for traps every two steps. While the player was playing to his or her character, most places tell you to pack up and leave in the middle. Playing at home is fun and convenient, but it is hard to get a group together if you don’t know many people.
A wild 20th level app appears
This app is due out the 27th and works like a dating app. It lets you block particularly obnoxious players, find others nearby, and the best part, You choose who comes to play. It works for any game. I am really excited to try it out soon and do a Magic the Gathering draft in my home one night.
For those that prefer a video explanation of it, here you go.