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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Board Gamers Anonymous Episodes

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This week on BGA, Chris and Anthony look at games you can introduce to your non-gamer friends if they've started to dip their toe in the water with games like Exploding Kittens. 

Before diving into our feature, we look at our question of the week. Listeners answered what they do with their old board games they no longer want or need in their collection. 

Next up, with our acquisition disorders, Anthony looks at the new legacy game from Inka and Marcus Brand, Queensdale, coming next year from Alea and Ravensburger. Chris delves into Pocket Mars. 

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This week on BGA, Chris and Anthony look at games you can introduce to your non-gamer friends if they've started to dip their toe in the water with games like Exploding Kittens. 

Before diving into our feature, we look at our question of the week. Listeners answered what they do with their old board games they no longer want or need in their collection. 

Next up, with our acquisition disorders, Anthony looks at the new legacy game from Inka and Marcus Brand, Queensdale, coming next year from Alea and Ravensburger. Chris delves into Pocket Mars. 

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It's that time of year again - sports are everywhere. From the recent conclusion of an all time great World Series to the midst of Football season and the onset of both Basketball and Hockey seasons (yes, I know, we're very American), it's time to talk sports with our top 10 sports games. 

First on the episode, we look at common mechanics or tropes in video games listeners want to see in board games in our question of the week. 

Next up, we dig into Root from Leder Games and Batman: The Board Game from Monolithic Games in our Acquisition Disorder Corner. 

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It's that time of year again - sports are everywhere. From the recent conclusion of an all time great World Series to the midst of Football season and the onset of both Basketball and Hockey seasons (yes, I know, we're very American), it's time to talk sports with our top 10 sports games. 

First on the episode, we look at common mechanics or tropes in video games listeners want to see in board games in our question of the week. 

Next up, we dig into Root from Leder Games and Batman: The Board Game from Monolithic Games in our Acquisition Disorder Corner. 

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We're a little late this week due to some technical difficulties, but we have a bunch of new games to talk about, so the show must go on!

We may not have made it to Essen last week, but we sure watched the hot games as they hit the show. This week we have a rundown of which games were hottest and which ones we're most excited to have in hand in the future. 

First up is our question of the week, in which we asked you what games you want to see out of Fantasy Flight Interactive, the first video game studio from Asmodee NA. 

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We're a little late this week due to some technical difficulties, but we have a bunch of new games to talk about, so the show must go on!

We may not have made it to Essen last week, but we sure watched the hot games as they hit the show. This week we have a rundown of which games were hottest and which ones we're most excited to have in hand in the future. 

First up is our question of the week, in which we asked you what games you want to see out of Fantasy Flight Interactive, the first video game studio from Asmodee NA. 

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This week we feature part two of our conversation about the BGG.com Top 100 games of all time and our quick take reviews on each of them. Find out which of these are plays and buys, and what one game made it to the dodge list (for one of us). 

Before that, dive into our question of the week. Anthony asks the listeners how they handle next play selection in their game groups. Some interesting answers about friendly dictatorships. 

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This week we feature part two of our conversation about the BGG.com Top 100 games of all time and our quick take reviews on each of them. Find out which of these are plays and buys, and what one game made it to the dodge list (for one of us). 

Before that, dive into our question of the week. Anthony asks the listeners how they handle next play selection in their game groups. Some interesting answers about friendly dictatorships. 

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Chris and Anthony are back this week to discuss the BGG.com top 100 board games. We get asked a lot which of these we've played and which we haven't, and whether we'd recommend one particular hot game or another. So, we figured, why not do them all!

To kick things off, we ask everyone our question of the week, "What game has been sitting on your shelf unplayed the longest?" We got dozens of responses - apparently a lot of games are going unplayed out there!

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Chris and Anthony are back this week to discuss the BGG.com top 100 board games. We get asked a lot which of these we've played and which we haven't, and whether we'd recommend one particular hot game or another. So, we figured, why not do them all!

To kick things off, we ask everyone our question of the week, "What game has been sitting on your shelf unplayed the longest?" We got dozens of responses - apparently a lot of games are going unplayed out there!

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