Adam Haverkamp first found his passion for board games, tabletop games, and role-playing games in his freshman year at the University of South Dakota and hasn’t looked back. Shortly after cultivating his interest at USD’s GAMES Club, he became President of the organization. His proudest achievement during his presidency was the management (along with Katarina Hammoud) of VerminCon, a weekend-long board game convention that saw record attendance and charity donations each year under his care.
When Adam wasn’t gaming or planning a convention during his college years, he was studying to earn a degree in English, which he is now eager to use in the working world. His studies in creative writing and medieval English fell hand in hand with his budding love for running role-playing campaigns for the Dungeon World system, along with his natural magnetism toward any game in a medieval setting. To this day, his favorites are Shadows over Camelot, Sheriff of Nottingham, and Canterbury.
Adam is always looking for new and exciting games to play. He favors a game’s story and theme over other facets of a game. He also believes the more thinking required in a game, the better, which is why games with hidden agendas and deceit are always on the table for him! If you have any games you think Adam might like, he would love to read your thoughts in his email.
Posts by Adam
- The Rick and Morty Card Game is Totally Rickdiculous! Jul 19, 2017
- The Gaming Goat Is Coming to Eagan! Jul 7, 2017
- Samurai Jack Lives on in Tales of the Wandering Warrior Jun 2, 2017
- Can’t Wait for More Rick and Morty Episodes? Check Out the Comic! Apr 25, 2017
- Arby’s Targets the Geek Market with Awesome Papercraft Creations Jan 8, 2017
- The Gaming Goat’s Got the Goods Sep 28, 2016
- Batman: The Killing Joke Expands on an Iconic Story Aug 10, 2016
- Be Your Own Boss with Boss Monster Jun 27, 2016
- 5 Board Games Guaranteed to Ruin Your Valentine’s Day Romance Feb 14, 2016
- Commerce, Bluffs, and Bribery in Sheriff of Nottingham Dec 7, 2015