Update: These days I hardly play boardgames anymore, but I still dabble in RPGs whenever I can. I do play a whole lot of PC videogames, though; you can find me on Steam almost everyday. Here's my Steam profile
, hit me up if you stop by. I've never enjoyed competitive multiplayer games all that much, but I love almost all kinds of co-op games - of which there are more and more, fortunately. My only regret is that most computer wargames are not anywhere near as fun (or easy to learn, or as beautiful) as their cardboard cousins; hopefully that will start to change.
I come from Oeiras, Portugal, and I've always been really more of a roleplayer than a boardgamer. As time went by and people got older and it became harder to set up RPG sessions and meet like-minded players with enough time to commit to long-term plans, boardgames started to come on the scene.
Military history, war and by consequence wargames, have been a passion since my youth so I prefer to play them when I can, but still I've always greatly enjoyed Eurogames too.
I met most of my boardgaming/wargaming partners, all of them great guys and great friends, through the website I set for all Portuguese gamers at www.abreojogo.com
, but things only took off when we finally found a place to have weekly and monthly meetings. These carry on to this day, with new people running the show, and that fact makes me immensely proud. Go boardgamers, go!