Board Gamers Anonymous: Episode 234 - Top Ten Older Games Played in 2019

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This week, we kick things of with our question of the week, "What are your big acquisition disorders after the summer conventions?" 

For our acquisition disorders this week, Anthony looks at Yedo Deluxe, coming to Kickstarter in September from Board and Dice, and Chris looks at Tapestry, the new civilization game from Stonemaier Games. 

At the table this week, Anthony reviews a pair of shorter games he picked up at Gen Con - Point Salad and Amul. Chris reviews Dilluvia Project, a Spielworkxx Game making its way back to tables via Tasty Minstrel. 

Finally, in our feature, we look at the top 10 games we've played this year that were released several years ago. These are the games we don't normally talk about on our episodes. 

  • Question of the Week: 10:04
    Acquisition Disorders: 15:13
  • Point Salad Review: 27:47
  • Amul Review: 31:29
  • Dilluvia Project Review: 35:21
  • Top Ten Older Games Played in 2019: 42:40
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