The Innkeeper's Table is series of bite-sized episodes intended to bridge the gap between experienced gamers and newcomers to the hobby. We focus on a single topic each episode, for 20 minutes or less, in order to make board games more approachable to new gamers and spark discussions that gamers of all experience levels can join in on.
Dice Tower Network Podcast: The Innkeeper's Table
The Innkeeper's Table Episodes
Bill and Dylan talk about the games that came out in 2021 that they're still hoping to get to the table.
The innkeepers discuss Orléans, the bag-building game from Tasty Minstrel.
"Should auld acquaintance be forgot and never brought to mind?" What about old games? Should they be forgotten, or do they have a place in the modern gaming hobby? Bill and Dylan discuss.
Dylan and Bill discuss their favorite games (or expansions) that came out in 2021.
A question mark, four exclamation points, and a ton of tiny plastic cubes. Think of it as a form of charades for people who don't enjoy performing in front of people. In this episode, Dylan and Bill discuss Concept.
What are some good party games? What is it about party games that people seem to love so much? Bill and Dylan discuss.
Trivial Pursuit blew up in the '80s, but it's gotten rather dated. What are some other, more modern games you might try that could scratch the same itch?
In preparation for the upcoming holiday season, Bill and Dylan discuss some of their favorite games to play with their families.
Dylan and Bill offer their opinions of The Crew: The Search for Planet 9, a cooperative trick-taking game!
Hearts. Spades. Bridge. Rook. Trick-taking games are a long-standing staple in the world of card games. So what's the appeal? Why do people enjoy them so much? How do they work? And what new innovations have been made on this genre in recent years?