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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Two years ago, we reviewed a set of card games ranging from superheroes to resource trading. Come check out our thoughts after two years.

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This is the essential review of Viticulture.  Not really. Not at all. But it IS the review of Viticulture Essential Edition, along with the Tuscany Essential Edtion, and the small box Visit from Rhine Valley expansion. It's a full episode on everybody's favorite wine-making, worker placement game that is not designed by Vital Lacerda

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Carpe Diem is the latest Stefan Feld game, and we're here to review it. Spoilers, it's ugly as sin. But, is there a good engine underneath the layers of poor paint and uncaring production? And what in the world is with the trailer for the upcoming Cats movie?  This and more, on Meeple Overboard!

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Each  month, we publish our Ketchup so you can sit back and hear about how our last month has been. What have we accomplished during it? What have we played? What have we been listening to?  Death by Monsters, of course. But for the rest of the info, check out this sweet bonus episode.  Enjoy!

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You can bet it's gonna be a pun day with Patrick Hillier in the house! Enjoy some pure nonesense as well as a very sensical discussion on games that we found improve with time. 

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Avengers, assemble!  We are going to catch you up on the month of May, a fantastic month for nerds of all kinds, includiing nerds that love board games. We got some high caliber, well-known games to the table, like Krasse Karten!  ...oh wait, nobody's heard of that.  How about L.A.M.A.?  Heard of that one?  Yeah, that's right, we're going there. Hope you enjoy!

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In our Hindsight episodes, we look to the past. Hopefully by re-reviewing the games we reviewed two years ago, some of you will get a better idea of how games hold up. Hope you enjoy a little journey to the past, like Anastasia...Get it? Because of the song, Journey to the Past?  Get it?

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I don't mean to be crude, but we're gonna get dirty and talk about the oil industry!  Get it?  Crude?  Dirty?  Oil?  Eh?  Well anyway, we're talking about theme, how much it means to us, and why it's sometimes an overblown topic. And we also review a very hot new game from Capstone Games, Pipeline.

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Episode 123, easy as ABC. We're talking about Asymmetry in games both major and minor. Then we talk about a real life quack, but not from Quedlinburg. And lastly, we review the campaign game Lord of the Rings: Journeys in Middle Earth by Fantasy Flight Games. It's a pretty packed episode, so enjoy!

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Roll for the Galaxy, the dicey version of the cardsy version of a euro game classic. Somehow we hadn't reviewed it until now, and Rio Grande Games had sent us a review copy of the Rivalry expansion. We break down the game and the expansion in detail, so come check out our thoughts on it. Just like Saturn, we liked it, so we put a ring on it.

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