In this show, we talk about Near and Far, Terraforming Mars: Hellas and Elysium, Pit Crew, Logic Cards, Ghosts Love Candy, Wordsy, Dice Forge, and Saboteur: the Duel. We also discuss the megagame we played at Dice Tower convention 2017, and our thoughts on megagames and whether or not we'll play another one!
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In this show, joined by Jamie from the Secret Cabal, we talk about Too Many Bones, Star Traders, and Spirit Island. We also hear a wonderful tale of Amazement, and then it's headfirst into GenCon! We answer questions about GenCon from those who haven't gone before, and talk about the ten games we are most looking forward to from the convention itself!
In this show, we are joined by Sam Healey and Zee Garcia and a host of other Dice Tower contributors to talk about board games, play in a live game show with folks from the audience, and then answer questions from the same audience. All done live at Origins Game Fair 2017!
In this show, co-hosted by Tony McRee from Rolling Dice and Taking Names, we talk about Thunderstone Quest, Monopoly Gamer, Indulgence, Deckscape: Test Time, Downforce, and Lignum. Geoff talkes about the Yips, we hear a tale of Horror, and answer a pile of questions from one listener! Finally, we end the show talking about our top ten games that work well with five players.
In this episode, Joined by a host of contributors, we hand out the Dice Tower Awards for the best games of 2016. From best small publisher game to most innovative to game of the year, join us and out network as we choose the winners! Afterwards, Sam, Tom, Zee, and Eric answer questions from the audience at Dice Tower Con 2017.
The 2016 Dice Tower awards winners were announced this past week at the Dice Tower Convention in Orlando. The Dice Tower would like to congratulate all of those nominated and, especially, the winners. To view the nominees and winners you can click here.
In this show, we talk about Unearth, STROOP, They Who Were, Godfather: Corleone, Arena: of the Gods, and Paradox. We then discuss the Spiel des Jahres nominees for 2017, and talk about which we think will win and should win.
In this episode, we talk about Viral, Stop Thief, Immortals, Completto, the Play Dirty Expansion for Steam Park, and Startups. Geoff talks about crystals, we hear a tale of horror, and answer questions about talking about jobs and an anti-Dice Tower faction. Finally, we end the show discussing our favorite puzzle games.
In this episode, we talk about Mechs vs. Minions, Balloon Pop, Quartz, Arena For the Gods!, Champions of Midgard Expansions, and LYNGK. Then, Eric and Tom talk about how to teach board games to others, mistakes to avoid, and more!
In this show, we talk about Near and Far, This War of Mine, Flatline, Mole Rats in Space, Don't Mess With Cthulhu, and Ethnos. We also answer a pile of questions, talk about drinking games, and end the show with our top ten games that are best with three players. Rich Sommer is the guest third host.
In this episode, Tom and Eric are joined by Mandi Hutchinson to discuss Word Slam, Honshu, Wizards of the Wild, City of Zombies, The Lost Expedition, and Yokohama, and Geoff talks about the pros and cons of tiebreakers. We also present a karmic Tale of Gaming, answer some questions from the mailbag, and complete the set by presenting our Top Ten Set Collection Games.
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!
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.