The Party Gamecast: TPGC - Episode #90 - Chips, Math, and a Mathematician


In this month's installment of The Party Gamecast featuring the Party Game Cast: a Podcast About Party Games and Games You Take to Parties we examine overly long show titles. Or we should, but actually we ate some chips (surprise!), played a game your cousin the actuary would love, then played a game about titles that are not overly long.


So Rocki ordered a hand-truck-full (yes, that's a unit of measure now) of Japanese food online. We ate some of it. To wit: three small cans of small Pringles, two of which tasted exactly like a 30th anniversary.


We also played this game, which is (and I promise this is accurate) a delightful mix of Cards Against Humanity and statistical analysis. Doesn't that sound good? Whaddya mean, "no?" You sure do have a smart alecky way about you. We're going to have to keep our eyes on you, troublemaker.



Yeah! We're going to live play a Reiner Knizia game! That's right, we're following up a party game about statistics with one written by Dr. Knizia, mathematician-at-large: Clickbait. Have you seen the ads? Do you think it's nice? Better work hard, we've seen the price.


About Extra Life (coming up November 2nd 2019): In case you're reading this before the event, we will be doing our annual 24 hour gaming marathon for the Children's Miracle Network charity at 3 Gear Games in the Historic Savage Mill in Savage Mill, Maryland ( Please feel free to stop by and hang out with us there, especially in the wee hours of the morning when we desperately need motivation (and caffeine). If you would like to make a (tax deductible) donation to a great charity, you can find us by searching for Partygamecast at or just use this link to our team: . We would also welcome anyone who wants to join the team online and raise money with us!

If you're reading this after the event itself, you can still donate! You can donate year-round, but if you want to pad our already abundant egos you can still use the link above to donate in our name right up through the end of 2019.