Back the Comeback is a movement to encourage people to get back into their friendly local game (and comic) stores. We're joined by Brandt Sanderson who works at The Portal game store in Manchester, Connecticut.
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As our state slowly comes out of lockdown, we want to #BackTheComeback and support our local game store. What board games will support playing remotely when we're stuck at home in the future?
Welcome back Ric from One Board Family! We talk about what games we've been playing and what it's like teaching during a pandemic.
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What do you turn to when you want a quick game to help your brain take a break? Whether it's with your spouse, or with your kids, you want something with limited setup and a quick play time.
We're going to talk about Evolution: Education Edition with Scott Rencher. Why bring this award-winning boardgame to digital? And what makes it educational?
Our guest this week is John Zilch, creator of Clever Kids Mysteries. Looking for something to teach your kids and give them something to do while they're stuck at home? Check these out!
Our guest this week is Jenn Bartlett, AKA The Boardgame Librarian. We examine the idea of pairing up books with games.
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Apparently, there are 162 games in a season of Major League Baseball. So, we’ve reached that milestone now – yay? We’re going to talk about collecting (kids are natural collectors – or maybe hoarders) and “improving” your collection in various ways. What We’ve Been Playing Brainwaves: The Astute Goose – a memory game that actually improves your memory! Spy Club
We’re here with interviews from this year’s Boston FIG Fest! We’ll tell you about a few of our favorites, have a SNAP review, then get right into the interviews. What surprised us about Boston FIG this year? How much less crowded it felt at the new location. Harvard Athletic Center had a lot more room than MIT. Andrew was surprised