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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Spiel Des Jahres Nominees are in! We love talking about food as well, so let's discuss the gross sounding ones that are actually pretty tasty. Then, we'll review the DC Comics Deck Building Game by Cryptozoic Games.
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In today's episode, we'll tackle the important issues, like playing competitively against your spouse! Also, how do you handle sales pitches at the store? Lastly, we review Thebes by Queen Games. Let's explore some archeology stuff! Join us at our Board Game Guild found at www.boardgamegeek.com/guild/2946 to join in the discussion! We'd love to hear from you.
Teaching games is tough, but especially when your audience has a 5 second attention span. In Random Rally, we'll discuss the difficulties of family photos. And finally in Game Time, we'll give our review of a modern classic, 7 Wonders by Antoine Bauza and published by Repos Games.
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Ever been told puns are dumb? Tell people to go stuff it, because they're awesome. Also, we'll be discussing gaming on a budget and how to make some money-saving choices. Lastly, we'll be reviewing Airlines: Europe, by Alan R. Moon, a game that is the step beyond Ticket to Ride. So, is that a good thing? Check out the episode!
In this episode, we'll be discussing getting into heavier and heavier games. In Random Rally, we'll talk about breakfast cereals and hopefully some ideas you haven't thought about before. Lastly, in Game Time, we'll be reviewing Fugitive, by Tim Fowers. This is a deduction game for two players and follows the story after another Tim Fowers game, Burgle Bros! Hope you enjoy today's episode.
In today's episode, we're discussion Cooperative Games, and what's to enjoy about them. We then talk about potty training, and give you a little information that might be surprising! Lastly, we review Ethnos, a new games being distributed by CMON. Also, we have a special shout out to Aaron Williams! Go check out his Instagram page @anwrootbeer92 for some great board game photos and updates. Go check us out too, @meeple.overboard. Thanks for listening!
Why Legacy Games? We'll talk about that in Shop Talk! Why do people make irrational decisions? We'll talk about that in Random Rally! Why is shooting the other players in Adrenaline so much fun? We'll discuss that in Game Time! Hope you enjoy this episode as we talk about some interesting things. Let us know what you liked and we can talk more on those topics in the future.
In Shop Talk! we are talking about Hype, Excitement, and Disappointment. In Random Rally! we hope to teach you a little about portmaneaus, a fun way of combining two words. Then finally in Game Time! we're reviewing Kingdomino by Blue Orange Games. This little Bruno Cathala game is quite charming, so we'll discuss likes, dislikes replayability value, similar games, and who this game would be good for. Hope you enjoy!
In Shop Talk! we discuss interaction in board games (and the occasional lack thereof). In Random Rally! we take on some nice underutilized words in the English language. And finally, in Game Time! we review Unfair, a recent Kickstarter release that will be out for retail distribution this coming Friday, April 21st. Hope you enjoy your thoughts on these topics, and if you've got anything to share, take a seat at the table and contact us through any of the means below:
Chris and Wendy discuss Wil Wheaton's hit show TableTop! Afterwards, we present to you some exclusive, one-of-a-kind, and extremely fake board game commercials! Finally, we review the dice chucking game of Elder Sign. Come explore another part of the Fantasy Flight Cthulhu universe in this lighter, simpler, cooperative dice game. We hope you enjoy what we've got to offer, so let us know what you think about TableTop, and if you'd like to see more fake board game commercials in the future. Reach out to us and join the discussion: