Every Night is Game Night is a weekly, 30-45 minute podcast about strategy and thematic games, with a special emphasis on cooperative and solo play. Every week, Anthony and Jason talk about the games they love - Anthony covers heavy strategy and Euro games, while Jason brings his passion for games with lots of theme and narrative. We do regular game reviews and frequently discuss a variety of topics in the board gaming world, ranging from serious to silly. We also bring you Kickstarter previews, as well as long form interviews with many of the most noteworthy names in the industry, including Matt Leacock, Ryan Laukat, Ignacy Trzewiczek, Scott Almes, Isaac Childres, and more!
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This week Anthony and Jason discuss the hottest new solo game of the year thus far, Arkham Horror: The Card Game. Recently released as the newest in FFG's Living Card Game line, Arkham Horror is a true solo card game with story progression, character development, and multiple play through options.
Jason takes the reins this week with Episode 10 of Table for One. He discusses two games he's played recently - The Pursuit of Happiness and Vast: The Crystal Caverns - two very popular multiplayer games released in 2016 with solo variants. He also talks about a topic very near and dear to a lot of solo gamers - how to handle being an introvert during the holidays when visiting family.
This week Anthony and Jason sit down to talk about one of the biggest (little) game series in the industry the last few years - Tiny Epic. From Gamelyn Games and designer Scott Almes, the Tiny Epic series hit the market a few years back with Tiny Epic Kingdoms and has since launched Tiny Epic Defenders, Tiny Epic Galaxies, and Tiny Epic Western, with the newest, Tiny Epic Quest, on Kickstarter right now.
In this week's episode of Table for One, Anthony and Jason discuss two BIG games that hit their tables in the last week - The Daedalus Sentence and Mechs vs. Minions. We also dig into the factors that have the greatest impact on our perception of value in tabletop games, especially for solo play. Is that big box purchase worth it? Find out in our feature this week.
This week I'm diving into one of the biggest (quite literally) new euro releases of the fall - A Feast for Odin from Uwe Rosenberg. The newest, spacial tile-based worker placement game is a big hit coming out of Essen this year, and has one of the more interesting solo modes of any Rosenberg game in recent years.
This week I'm going to look at how it plays, what I like about it, and how it compares to other recent Rosenberg releases with solo variants like Fields of Arle and Caverna.
We're back with Table for One Episode 6. This week I have a very special guest, Jason Perez, joining me to talk about the Oniverse, the core of the solo-gamers go to collection for palate cleansers, light card games, and ethereal artwork.
The entire episode is all Oniverse, all the way through - we're talking about Onirim, Sylvion, and Castellion, as well as some pining for the newest entry in the 'verse, Nautilion, coming later this year.
Welcome back to Table for One, the weekly podcast about solo board gaming, and the games, variants, and people involved. This week I'm talking about Guilds of London from Tasty Minstrel Games and Tony Boydell, playing dexterity games solo to unwind, and the solo challenges and game discussions that make solo gaming so much fun on BGG and Facebook.
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It's episode 4 of Table for One! Thanks for joining me. This week, I'm discussing three games I really quite enjoy, along with a topic that I know is relevant to most gamers out there.
Welcome back for episode 3 of Table for One! This week, we're talking about a couple of new games, one of which I've covered in part in the past, and an oldie that keeps hitting the table.
I dive into Xenoshyft Dreadmire to see if it fixes the difficulty issues of Onslaught, then I revisit Hostage Negotiator as we prepare for the next standalone set that's coming very soon. I also give a more in-depth review of The Castles of Burgundy Card Game after several more plays.
Welcome back to Episode 2 of Table for One, the solo board gaming podcast. This week we're looking at how to play non-solo games solo, as well as some recent plays of Zombicide Black Plague, The Goonies Adventure Card Game, and Shakespeare: Backstage.