Welcome to The Gamer’s Codex, a place FOR table top gamers BY table top gamers.

The Gamer’s Codex was born from the idea that Justus Productions can share more than just gaming events throughout the year.  We felt we could share our knowledge, our opinions and our skills as gamers to the community and the industry.  The goal of The Gamer’s Codex is to be your primary source for game news and reviews as well as a fun place to discuss the games you enjoy playing.  We recruit from our pool of talented gamers to write for us and as time goes on, you may see them demonstrating these games at various events.  We enjoy gaming and enjoy writing about it!  This web site is an expression of our passion and our want to expand into the industry in new and productive ways.

Our mission statement is to create a web site that is a competitive, new and innovative source of news, reviews and ideas for the table top game industry.  We want to present honest and true opinions of the products we review. But we also will do more than review the games sent to us.  We offer a service where the reviewer will demonstrate them at local events throughout the Carolinas (and perhaps more as our review team grows).  These demos will generate feedback and give each player an opportunity to give feedback on the game experience.  Justus Productions, the company behind The Gamer’s Codex, has a 15+ year history of running quality events and these will be the first events where demos can occur.

Those behind The Gamer’s Codex:

Jeff Smith, Owner and CEO of Justus Productions

Jeff has been gaming since the late 70’s and the good ol’ red box days.   It was love at first roll and from then to now, he has not stopped.    Jeff even switched majors in college, from Engineering to History when all that homework ate into his game time.

Through the years Jeff has worked on great events like StellarCon, Hexacon, Roc of Ages, Roc 96.5, Bab-Trek, MACE, mini-mace, MACE West and now Club MACE.   He is continually working on ideas to add to the JustUs Productions line-up.

It is his love of games that fuels his passion for MACE.  And now that same love is being put into the Gamer’s Codex.  While Jeff may not write the reviews, he fully believes that by offering others the chance to share their thoughts and ideas, the love for games will grow.   Jeff looks forward to how MACE and all the JustUs Productions’ endeavors grow in the future and hopes to eventually be the first to run a Retirement Community convention  for the aged gamer.

And thanks to Eric Huffine for all the logo work.