The Dice Tower has grown so much from just a guy or two posting a few videos, a podcast, and reviews from their basement. Now, in 2022, we have dozens of contributors, shows, content, and live streams going on each and every day. Our annual Kickstarter is our main source of funding our conent and we'd kindly like to ask for your support. To thank you for that support, we're offering a ton of cool rewards from promos, puzzles, guest spots, dice, dice towers, and SO much more. We love what we do and, more importantly, we love giving back to this hobby that we're so fond of. Please consider supporting us, spreading the word, or even just checking out what we're offering this year in reward for your support by clicking here. Thank you so much!
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Everyone at the Dice Tower would like to wish you a very happy and safe New Year! Please keep a look out for our upcoming 2022 Kickstarter. More on that coming VERY soon!
In this episode, Tom and Eric discuss Space Race, Kingdom Hearts Perilous Pursuit, Canopy, and Ark Nova. Geoff fudges the numbers, we have a holiday Tale of Boardgaming Horror, an announcement from Tom, and our Top Ten surprises from 2021.
The 2021 Dice Tower Winter Spectacular has kicked off. Head on over to our Youtube page here to check out the schedule. We'll have tons of live plays, top 10's, and live fun-filled gaming content sure to please.
Ark Nova is a gorgeous-looking hand management and card drafting game from Capstone Games and designed by Mathias Wigge. It is all about planning and designing a modern, scientifically managed zoo. Head on over to the Four Squares review here to find out what the gang thought about it.
Dune Imperium is an extremely popular deck building/card drafting game that has won many different Dice Tower awards. Well, The Rise of Ix is the first expansion. How does it stand up? Head on over to our review here to see what the Four Squares think about it!
In this episode, Tom and Eric discuss the G.I. Joe Deckbuilding Game, Star Clicker, Crimes and Capers: Lady Leona's Last Wishes, Roll Player Adventures, and Gutenberg. Geoff explores a study that questions our perception of things, and we answer questions from the mailbag, one of which is a little horrific. Then, we close the show with a Top Ten list of games that were ahead of their time.