Contributor: Lloyd Keller

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January 11, 2017
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In this episode of Quick Looks from The Long View, Elhannan Lloyd Keller and I review two new titles. First up is The Oracle of Delphi by Stefan Feld and publisher Tasty Minstrel Games. Is this another Feldian point salad extravaganza or an entirely new style of game from this noted designer? Tune in to hear our thoughts!
December 8, 2016
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In this episode of Quick Looks from The Long View, I'm pleased to be joined by my co-host Elhannan Lloyd Keller as we explore two new titles. First up is The Pursuit of Happiness from Stronghold Games. Is this just a CV retread? A The Game of Life wannabe, or is it just possible it's something special that actually makes you feel like you've lived a full and amazing life?
November 4, 2016
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In this episode of Quick Looks from The Long View, Elhannan Lloyd Keller and I discuss two new titles. First up from Stronghold Games is City of Spies: Estoril 1942. Is this spy vs. spy bluffing game a sneaky hit, or a Mad Magazine inspired bomb? Listen to hear our impressions of this new title. Finally, we review Islebound from Red Raven Games. Is this the best of Laukat?
October 1, 2016
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In this episode of Quick Looks from The Long View, Elhannan Lloyd Keller and I investigate two new titles. First up is Kraftwagen V6 edition from Stronghold Games. Does this game deserve shelf space along other games of similar theme like Automobile, or is it just more of the same? Listen to hear out impressions and thoughts of this new edition.
August 20, 2016
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In this episode of Quick Looks from The Long View, Elhannan Lloyd Keller and I discuss two new games. First up is Gold West from Tasty Minstrel Games. Is this game thematic? Is it a filler or a main course? Listen to hear our thoughts. Next, we discuss the newest hotness, and arguably the most anticipated game of the year, Scythe from Stonemaier Games.
July 13, 2016
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In this episode of Quick Looks from The Long View, Elhannan Lloyd Keller, Carter and I review three new titles. First up is 51st State: Master Set from Ignacy Trzewiczek. Is this an improvement over the original, or just a re-hash? How does it compare to Imperial Settlers, if at all. Listen to hear what we think of this new release. Next up is Fish Frenzy and Pi mal Pflaumen from Crash of Games.
July 5, 2016
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In this episode of The Long View, I'm thrilled to be joined by first time contributor Will Beckley and Elhannan Lloyd Keller as we discuss Will's favorite game Food Chain Magnate from Splotter Spellen. What makes this game so challenging to play and so enjoyable? Listen to hear our thoughts in this episode.
June 28, 2016
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In this episode of Quick Looks from The Long View, Elhannan Lloyd Keller and I review two new titles! First up is My Village, from Stronghold Games. Is this game different enough from it's parent game Village to make it worth the trip? Travel was hard in those days, you know. Check out our review. Next up is Eminent Domain: Battlecruisers from Tasty Minstrel Games.
May 14, 2016
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In this episode of Quick Looks from The Long View, Elhannan Lloyd Keller and I discuss two new titles. First up, is West of Africa, from ADC Blackfire Entertainment. Is this just another cube pushing euro, or does it offer novel, new economic mechanisms? Listen to hear our thoughts. Next up is City of Iron: Second Edition, from Red Raven Games.
May 10, 2016
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In this episode of Quick Looks from The Long View, I'm pleased to be joined once again by Elhannan Lloyd Keller as we review two new titles. First up is a new release from Stronghold Games and designer Carl Chudyk, Bear Valley. Is this another masterpiece from the mad genius of multi use card games? Tune in to hear our thoughts! Finally, we review a new title from Steve Finn and Dr.

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