Tinder Gamers

How’s your Tinder game? Don’t lie, it’s terrible. You’re a nerd.

You’re in luck, though! While the non-gamers are busy swiping right or left based on looks and proximity, you can use your phone to swipe right and find a pickup game of EDH in your town!

Or at least you may be able to do that, soon. A kickstarter campaign has launched that will bring the technology to the gaming community.

GameFindr-Free App Locates Players For TCG & Tabletop Games's video poster

Game Findr is clearly an app. You can tell my the missing “e” and the fact that I keep comparing it to Tinder, which I thought was spelled “Tindr” but apparently isn’t, although I think “Grindr” is spelled that way and how would I even know that? Regardless, you have the chance to back the kickstarter and use the app to find TCG games going on near you. That’s what I call convenient.

What do we think? Is this the perfect tool for bringing shy gamers together? Can you find a game on your own? Leave it below.

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Jason Alt is a value trader and writer. He is Quiet Speculation's self-appointed web content archivist and co-captain of the interdepartmental dodgeball team. He enjoys craft microbrews and doing things ironically. You may have seen him at magic events; he wears black t-shirts and has a beard and a backpack so he's pretty easy to spot. You can hear him as co-host on the Brainstorm Brewery podcast or catch his articles on He is also the Community Manager at and writes the odd article there, too. Follow him on Twitter @JasonEAlt unless you don't like having your mind blown.

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