Dice Tower Network Podcast: Meeple Overboard

Chris and Wendy Yi bring topical discussions and in-depth reviews in 30 minutes or your podcast is free! Based out of Las Vegas, NV, they're excited to bring you new episodes every Saturday.

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Meeple Overboard Episodes

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Jamey Stegmaier was gracious enough to come on the show and discuss his design process for his brand new game Red Rising, co-desined with Alexander Schmidt. We talk about the missteps along the way and how it all came together, what he hopes people will get out of it and answers the hardest hitting, flavor-related questions in board game media.

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Join Wendy and Chris as they talk about how they craft top 5 lists, learning to make Key Lime Pies, and Destinies, the new game by Lucky Duck Games.

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Chris and Wendy discuss the topic of IP based board games in the same episode they review Red Rising, a game about a great series of books by the same name! Also, we talk about the Marvel Cinematic Universe TV shows Wandavision and Falcon and the Winter Soldier.

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It's hindsight time! This time we're looking at May of two and four years ago! There's plenty of good gamess to discuss, and plenty of bad jokes to be had. Hope you enjoy!

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All of us are jealous at  times, and even in board gaming there is no exception. So how do we overcome it? Then we discuss a Netflix children's series, The Dragon Prince. Lastly, we review CloudAge by Alexander Pfister and Arno Steinwender, with its post apocalyptic airships mixed with deck building.

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Wendy has been painting, we've both been reading, and we're reviewing Terraforming  Mars Ares Expedition, the card game based on the original. How does it hold up? Well, come along and find out.

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We take a look back at the reviews we did two years ago, which includes the hindsight of four years ago. How do the games hold up? Let's see!

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Two monsters enter the movie, only the audience comes out damaged. We discuss our thoughts upon watching Godzilla vs King Kong. Also, we review the retail edition of Marvel United by CMON games, a light-weight cooperative super hero games.

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While nothing about the future is set in stone just yet, there's an upswing of hope for getting back together for conventions in the not-too-distant future. Therefore, we figured we would do our first Top 5 list in a little while, focusing on games that we personally are looking forward to play with other folks soon!

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