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!

Regular Contributors:

Board Gamers Anonymous Episodes

Play

This week, we're going back in time and looking at all of the games we've named as our "games of the year" going back to 2013. Which of them holds up best and which are we happy to have selected? Find out in our full top ten list. 


First up is our question of the week: If you were to design your own board game, what would it be and why?

Play

This week, we're going back in time and looking at all of the games we've named as our "games of the year" going back to 2013. Which of them holds up best and which are we happy to have selected? Find out in our full top ten list. 


First up is our question of the week: If you were to design your own board game, what would it be and why?

Play

This week, we’re looking at the best games that delve into the world of academia—libraries, universities, high school dances, and more. What games should you track down if you're nostalgic for the good old days of school?

First up is our question of the week: What's an out-of-print game system, CCG, miniature game, etc. you'd like to see picked up by a new company and revamped for modern gamers??

Play

This week, we’re looking at the best games that delve into the world of academia—libraries, universities, high school dances, and more. What games should you track down if you're nostalgic for the good old days of school?

First up is our question of the week: What's an out-of-print game system, CCG, miniature game, etc. you'd like to see picked up by a new company and revamped for modern gamers??

Play

This week, we’re looking at the best games that delve into the world of academia—libraries, universities, high school dances, and more. What games should you track down if you're nostalgic for the good old days of school?

First up is our question of the week: What's an out-of-print game system, CCG, miniature game, etc. you'd like to see picked up by a new company and revamped for modern gamers??

Play

This week, we're looking at the top 10 Fantasy Flight games of all time, from out-of-print gems to still-available juggernauts that everyone should play. Check it out. 

First up is our question of the week: What's your process for rating and organizing your game collection (if you have one)?

Play

This week, we're looking at the top 10 Fantasy Flight games of all time, from out-of-print gems to still-available juggernauts that everyone should play. Check it out. 

First up is our question of the week: What's your process for rating and organizing your game collection (if you have one)?

Play

This week, we're looking at the top 10 Fantasy Flight games of all time, from out-of-print gems to still-available juggernauts that everyone should play. Check it out. 

First up is our question of the week: What's your process for rating and organizing your game collection (if you have one)?

Play

It's that time again—we dig into the hottest games on the BGG hotness for the month of June 2022, looking at more than a dozen new games recently announced or on crowdfunding sites. Lots of fun new stuff on tap this summer! 

First up is our question of the week: What game would you like to see become more mainstream: discussed and played by people outside of the hobby?

Play

It's that time again—we dig into the hottest games on the BGG hotness for the month of June 2022, looking at more than a dozen new games recently announced or on crowdfunding sites. Lots of fun new stuff on tap this summer! 

First up is our question of the week: What game would you like to see become more mainstream: discussed and played by people outside of the hobby?

Pages