It’s time for another interview! This week, we’re talking to Jason Kotarski from Green Couch Games. Their new game Best Treehouse Ever: Forest of Fun is on Kickstarter now.
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Tonight Dan and Chris are joined by our good buddy Jason Kotarski for a recap of the annual Gamers For Cures Charity gaming marathon. We also get into a TON of games we got to play which include some brand new games straight from this year's essen. We also give an overview of some upcoming Green Couch games and also of ManaSurge. Thanks for Listening!
This is our show recorded live at the Crowne hotel on Sat afternoon of Gen Con. We were joined by our Jack Vasal auction winner Alex, Chris, Dan Adam O, Matt and whole host of special guests. It was a great time and we gave out a ton of great prizes. So make sure you join us next year! Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoy.
We had a great time at gen con and the LIVE show at the Westin was no exception. I hope the audio is ok. Remember I didn't have time to edit anything so it might be a bit low. I just wanted to get this up as fast as possible so we can all enjoy some fun from Gen Con. Also Part 2 hopefully will be in a week. Pt.
Tonight we bring on another member of our Dice Hate Me Mafia in the super cool super nice super bearded Jason Kotarski. I don't know how I never have had him on before but tonight I FIX that terrible oversight. We also start our "so you want to..." series with "So you want to playtest games".
Jason and Andy discuss dexterity games that make great fillers.
Jason and Andy talk about filler games on Kickstarter and recommend the classic card game 6 Nimmt! and the recent Kickstarter success, This Town Ain't Big Enough for the 2-4 of Us.
In this episode we get to know hosts Jason and Andy and their personal gaming tastes along with a look at Knizia's new classic Battleline and a newer card game from Germany called 23.
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In this episode, Jason chats with Dice Hate Me Games' publisher Chris Kirkman about some of his favorite filler games and his new line of small box card games in the "Rabbit" line.
Some of the games mentioned include: