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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To kick things off this week we look at the listeners’ responses to the question of the week: “What's a game you hated at first but later came to love?"

In acquisition disorders this week, Anthony looks at the third expansion for War of the Ring: Kings of Middle Earth, and Chris looks at Of Knights and Ninjas - Medieval Card Game, on Kickstarter now. 

At the table this week, Anthony played Root: The Underworld Expansion as well as the first three games of King's Dilemma, and Chris played Clinic, the newest rerelease from Alban Viard. 

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To kick things off this week we look at the listeners’ responses to the question of the week: “What's a game you hated at first but later came to love?"

In acquisition disorders this week, Anthony looks at the third expansion for War of the Ring: Kings of Middle Earth, and Chris looks at Of Knights and Ninjas - Medieval Card Game, on Kickstarter now. 

At the table this week, Anthony played Root: The Underworld Expansion as well as the first three games of King's Dilemma, and Chris played Clinic, the newest rerelease from Alban Viard. 

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To kick things off this week we look at the listeners’ responses to the question of the week: “What's the best game for limited or no setup required?”

In acquisition disorders this week, Anthony looks at the expansion for PARKS, Nightfall, along with the memory game companion, and Chris looks at the newest miniatures-explosion on Kickstarter from CMON - Marvel United.

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To kick things off this week we look at the listeners’ responses to the question of the week: “What's the best game for limited or no setup required?”

In acquisition disorders this week, Anthony looks at the expansion for PARKS, Nightfall, along with the memory game companion, and Chris looks at the newest miniatures-explosion on Kickstarter from CMON - Marvel United.

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To kick things off this week we look at the listeners’ responses to the question of the week: "What's your favorite "feeling" you get from a game - for me it's solving a particularly tough puzzle. Do you enjoy the feeling of a perfect die roll? A cascade of effects from a tableau you've built, the awe of a board covered in miniatures?"

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To kick things off this week we look at the listeners’ responses to the question of the week: "What's your favorite "feeling" you get from a game - for me it's solving a particularly tough puzzle. Do you enjoy the feeling of a perfect die roll? A cascade of effects from a tableau you've built, the awe of a board covered in miniatures?"

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To kick things off this week we look at the listeners’ responses to the question of the week, asking about games that people feel don't get enough love. 

In acquisition disorders this week, Anthony looks at the long-awaited (but likely very expensive) reprint of Clash of Cultures and its expansions. Chris looks at Alma Mater, the followup from the design team behind Coimbra and Lorenzo il Magnifico. 

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To kick things off this week we look at the listeners’ responses to the question of the week, asking about games that people feel don't get enough love. 

In acquisition disorders this week, Anthony looks at the long-awaited (but likely very expensive) reprint of Clash of Cultures and its expansions. Chris looks at Alma Mater, the followup from the design team behind Coimbra and Lorenzo il Magnifico. 

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To kick things off this week we look at the listeners’ responses to the question of the week, asking about their favorite gaming sub-hobbies.

In acquisition disorders this week, Anthony looks at a pair of tea games, including Alubari: A Nice Cup of Tea and Formosa Tea. Chris looks at Here to Slay, a strategic roleplaying card game with some Munchkin vibes. 

At the table this week, discusses a trick taking game that he's had a chance to play several times recently - Nokosudice. Chris digs into two games - Western Legends and Everdell: Pearlbrook. 

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To kick things off this week we look at the listeners’ responses to the question of the week, asking about their favorite gaming sub-hobbies.

In acquisition disorders this week, Anthony looks at a pair of tea games, including Alubari: A Nice Cup of Tea and Formosa Tea. Chris looks at Here to Slay, a strategic roleplaying card game with some Munchkin vibes. 

At the table this week, discusses a trick taking game that he's had a chance to play several times recently - Nokosudice. Chris digs into two games - Western Legends and Everdell: Pearlbrook. 

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