Geek Native's data shows that geeks are less likely than non-geeks to want to swap their life today for alien adventures tomorrow.
Some obvious and some strange choices in this reader survey.
A hypothetical trust challenge in which geeks have a slightly different probability than the average of looking after a friend.
Strangely, this is a controversial subject, but diversity in gaming is a good thing.
Strong performances from Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Imagine you had to meet an alien. You'd be the very first human to do so, and we knew nothing about the alien, their race or their situation and yet circumstances have arranged it so that you have to meet them on behalf of humanity.
There's no shortage of sci-fi shows in which the heroes have to work hard to maintain the timeline.
The rise and fall of a decade's worth of popular computer games. How many of these titles do you recognise?
Stats for Kickstarter nerds. And victory! Brutal, bloody, hard fought victory!
In this chart, the critical thing is how close two dots are together; that means they are two similar board games.