In this episode, we talk about the Hexbug games (Bugs in the Kitchen, BuggaLoop), Cat Box, Amun Re, and then all the different Escape Room games: Escape the Room, Exit: the Game, Deckscape, Unlock! We discuss the pros and cons of escape room games. Enjoy!
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In this episode, Sara from Renegade Games joins us as co-host when we discuss Problem Picnic Attack of the Ants, Flip City: Wilderness, Great Western Trail, and prototypes! We also hear from Geoff, a tale of gaming, and answer questions about demoing games at conventions and musical gamers. Finally, we end the show talking about our top ten trick-taking games!
The Dice Tower Network has released the 2016 board game award nominees. You can click here to visit the entire list. There are 14 awards this year ranging from best artwork, best cooperative game, best small publisher, best designer....all the way to the Game of the Year.
In this show, Richard Ham takes Tom's place, and he and Eric talk about different games. Including - Lemonade Stand, Pack of Heroes, Broken Token's Firefly Crate, Um Reifenbrite, Jamsumo, Oh My Goods: Revolt in Longsdale, Magic Maze, and Unlock!
In this show, Tom is missing, but Richard Ham (Rahdo) steps in, and he and Eric talk about Math Fluxx, Disney World gaming (Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom, Agent P's Secret Mission, A Pirate's Adventure), The Goonies Adventure Card Game, and Rhodes. They also answer questions, hear another Tale of gaming, and end with their top ten conflict resolutions in games.
In this episode, Suzanne joins us for a quick episode, in which we talk about Avenue, Maze Racers, Escape Room The Game: Welcome to Funland, Rocky Road a la Mode, Braintopia, Hounded, Fugitive, Moons, and Nautilion.
In this episode, Suzanne Sheldon joins as our first co-host to talk about Ascension: Gift of the Elements, Go Go Gelato, Orleans Invasion, Tokaido (app), Onirim (app), and Exit The Game (Secret Lab). Geoff shows up to talk about pie, we hear a tale of gaming, and end the show with our top ten deckbuilding/pool building games. Welcome to the new format!
In this episode, Sam Healey and Joe Steadman join us for this retrospective look at the Dice Tower over the last 500 episodes! Recorded live at GAMA 2017, the quartet talk about some games they saw at the trade show. We also listen to plenty of Eric's puns, Tom's idiotic statements, segments sent in from all the contributors and several listeners, and catch up on what Sam and Joe are doing now! Finally, we end the show with our top ten favorite moments of the Dice Tower.
In this episode, Tom and Eric recount their recent journeys to PAX East, The GAMA Trade Show, MeepleCon and ConnCon, including discussions of The Captain Is Dead, First Martians, Dozens Donuts, Toilet Trouble, The Colonists, Flamme Rouge, and SPY. Plus, Bringing Up the Meeples talks about Morals, Itai Perez discusses a French gaming influence, and Eric runs through his Top 10 new games he saw at GAMA.
In this show, we talk about Jeju Island, Oh My Goods, Naturally Disastrous, the Kingsport Card Game, Cthulhu KoT, Coal Baron Card Game, and Mole Rats in Space. We also hear a tale of Horror, answer questions, hear from a gaggle of contributors, and end the show talking about the games we'd like to play with each other.
Don't miss out on the Dice Tower Live 30-hour gaming marathon (starting tomorrow at 9:00 am). Link to the first feed is here. You can visit Youtube here for a list of all the other links. Join the Dice Tower crew along with the possibility of other guests (comrpised of: Stephen Buonocore, Zev Shlasinger, Hunter Thomason, Rebecca Thomason, Kelly North Adams, and Vernon Piper.
In this show, we talk about Bear Valley, Tricky Track, Picassimo, Castles of Calandale, Lady Richmond, and a chess tournament! We hear a tale of horror, a tale of friendship, a biography of a boardgame, competing opinions on Dungeon, and answer questions! Finally, we end the show talking about when components to a game turn us off from playing it!
In this show, we take a look at Kashgar, Ave Roma, Arcadia Quest Pets, Arcadia Inferno, Nerdy Inventions, 8-28, and Potion Explosion app. Geoff talks about AI, we hear a remarkable tale of Amazement, and we end the show going back 20 years and talking about our favorite games from 1997.