Dice Tower Network Podcast: Board Gamers Anonymous

Board Gamers Anonymous is an audio podcast about the tabletop hobby, covering card games, board games, and miniature games and the insane fun we have at the table together. Every two weeks BGA's hosts cover which games are triggering their acquisition disorders, what's been hitting the table, and whether the biggest new release is a buy, a play, or a dodge. The BGA crew strives to talk not only about what makes a game good, but the experiences that these games can give us and why they keep us coming back. As always, we have a seat saved just for you, so join us!

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This week we’re discussing what we plan to do when we go back and out to play games again with our local gaming groups. What will that look like and what precautions will we be taking? 

First up, though, is our question of the week: Tell me what your favorite game is, without telling me what your favorite game is?

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This week we’re looking at the hotness from BGG through the end of March 2021. Which games are buzzing right now and more importantly, why? 

First up, though, is our question of the week: If you could have any miniature game painted by a professional for free which would it be?

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It’s that time again. We’re back with our biggest and best episodes of the year – March Gamer Madness! This year, we’re looking at solo games, so we’ve picked 64 of the best games out there, with help from the 1-Player Guild’s People Choice Top 200 list on Board Game Geek.

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It's that time again. We're back with our biggest and best episodes of the year - March Gamer Madness! This year, we're looking at solo games, so we've picked 64 of the best games out there, with help from the 1-Player Guild's People Choice Top 200 list on Board Game Geek. 

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This week we’re looking at the biggest, unweildiest board game boxes out there and why they're only getting bigger. Do these games get played? (hint: not so much). 

First up, though, is our question of the week: What game is elevated the most by adding an expansion in?

On the show this week, we cover:

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This week we’re looking at the hottest (and hardest to find) commodity in board gaming - Stardew Valley: The Board Game - and a few games you might also like if you can't get your hand on this one. 

First up, though, is our question of the week: Are there any recently released board games (2019-21) that killed off older games in your collection?

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This week we’re looking at the BGG Hotness for the end of February 2021. Which 15 games are atop the list as of February 22?

First up, though, is our question of the week: What's a game you regret not going in on when it was widely available (or KS extras)?

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This week we’re looking at Amazon's list of top selling board games to see what's moving and shaking outside of the hobby space. 

First up, though, is our question of the week: What older euro would most benefit from a big, expansive Kickstarter relaunch?

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This week we’re looking at some of the best games of all time from Uwe Rosenberg and creating our Ultimate Uwe Tier List. 

First up, though, is our question of the week: What's the best game with polyominos?

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This week we're looking at some of the game systems that failed in recent years that we wish had found a way to succeed. 

First up, though, is our question of the week: What's a game or game system that was cut short or canceled by its publisher that you wish would come back?

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