Dice Tower Network Podcast: Board Game Blitz

Board Game Blitz is a 30-minute-or-less podcast by three ladies with varied and diverse taste in board games, Ambie, Cassadi, and Crystal. In each episode, we talk about games we've been playing, games that relate to that week's chosen theme, and explore the etymology of a word related to board games.

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Board Game Blitz Episodes

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Ambie, Cassadi, and Crystal discuss Haspelknecht, Kingdom Builder, and Tiny Epic Western. Then we answer some viewer questions, and Crystal goes over the origins of the word "trivia."

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Ambie, Cassadi, and Crystal discuss Junk Art, Monster Factory, and A Fake Artist Goes to New York, as well as our shame games (popular games we haven't played), and the origins of the word "lose."

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Ambie, Cassadi, and Crystal discuss Captain Sonar, Marrakech, and Star Trek: Ascendancy, along with our "Accessory" of the Week - space savers, games that have space themes, and the origins of the word "space."

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Ambie, Cassadi, and Crystal discuss Chicago & Northwestern, German Rails, Onami, and Legendary Encounters: Firefly, along with our "Accessory" of the Week - school items, games that are school related, and the origins of the word "rule." We also announce our contest winner!

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Ambie, Cassadi, and Crystal discuss Dark Moon, Puerto Rico, and Quantum. We also discuss the Spiel winners as well as past Spiel winners we enjoy, and the origins of the word "win."

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Ambie, Cassadi, and Crystal bring on a special guest, Suzanne Sheldon, to discuss GenCant.

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Ambie, Cassadi, and Crystal discuss 18xx games, Seasons, and Awesome Kingdom, along with our "Accessory" of the Week - drink accessories, games that are "hot," and the origins of the word "shelfie."

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Ambie, Cassadi, and Crystal discuss Arkwright, The Networks, and Qwixx, along with our "Accessory" of the Week - board game tables, games that can be played outside, and the origins of the word "rondel."

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Ambie, Cassadi, and Crystal discuss Keyflower, FUSE, Pixel Tactics, and City of Remnants, along with our "Accessory" of the Week - 3D printers, games that have unique themes, and the origins of the word "dice."

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