In this show, we talk about Sleuth, Paperback Co-Operative, State Smarts, Chess with The ChildAbove and Below, Simurgh, Gum Gum Machine, and the Colt Express Expansion. We hear a tale of Horror and one of outrage, talk about game clubs, and Tom gives us a rundown of the Come and Play day with GTS distribution. Finally, we end the show talking about how to deal with the hype machine!
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In this show, we are joined by Rich Sommer, Sam Healey, Zee Garcia, Jason Levine, Mark Streed and more in this Boardgame Breakfast crossover! Recorded live at BGG.con 2015, we talk about games we've played, have several segments, and close out the show answering questions from the audience.
In this show, we talk for a long time about games, including 504, Fury of Dracula, Gallerist, Porta Nigra, Ghostbusters, Gutsy, Renaissance Wars, and The Room 3. We also answer questions, and then tell about our favorite ten interactive games (that aren't wargames). Or something like that.
In this show, we talk about The Big Book of Madness, Tabletopia: Police Precinct, Dark Stories, Treasure of the 13 Islands, Time Stories, Orleans expansion, M.U.L.E, and Trickerion. Tom also talks about twenty other games as fast as he can, we hear from some contributors, and hear a few tales. Finally, we talk about what we do when someone else damages our games.
In this show, we talk about Automania, Inhabit the Earth, Antarctica, Taverna, Pandemic Legacy, TIME Stories, Say Cheese!and Ocean Raiders. Eric rants, we answer a pile of questions, and then end the episode talking about our favorite games to have music in the background (and what music that should be).
In this show, we talk about Far Space Foundry, Raptor, Wurfel Kung Fu, the new expansions for both Race for the Galaxy and Roll for the Galaxy, Ticket to Ride Map Pack 5, Dice City, and Automobiles. We hear from Geoff, Brian, and Dan - and hear three tales, one of Horror, one of Awkwardness, and one of Shame! Finally, we talk about "turtling" and whether or not we like when it shows up in our games.
In this show, Tom and Eric talk about our Essen Spiel trip, what we saw and did there. Then, for the rest of the show, we tackle our gigantic pile of questions from listeners! It's a smorgasbord of topics!
The 2015 Jack Vasel Memorial Fund auction is now live. You can visit here to bid on TONS of cool board game-related items including games, accessories, game play sessions with reviewers and much much more! All proceeds go to the auction, which was established in memory of Tom & Laura Vasel's son - Jack Vasel. The fund's purpose is to help those board gamers through difficult times. You can visit the fund's web site here for more informaiton.
In this show, from the Essen Spiel game fair, we record a podcast in front of a live studio audience. Joined by Zee Garcia, Jason Levine, Steve Buonocore, Piero, and more - we answer questions, talk about the convention, and hear a couple of tales!
In this show, we talk about our Essen 2015 plans, as well as the top ten games we are looking forward to at the fair. We take a look at Poseidons Kingdom, Retro Loonacy, Fluch der Mumie, Shakespeare, 7 Wonders: Duel, Star Trek: Five Year Mission, and answer a pile of questions from the listeners!
In this episode, we are joined by special guest Rich Sommer! We talk about Cthulhu Realms, Portal, Tiny Epic Galaxies (Solo), Trambahn, Terra, Bomb Squad, Kryptos, Petite Pastiche, and Wink. We hear about treachery, amazement, and horror, solo games, forming a game group, and more! Finally, we end the show talking about games we will never get rid of.
In this episode, we talk about Ashes, New Salem, Lord of the Rings w/Sauron, a pile of Star Wars games, and Pandemic Legacy! We also answer questions about cooking, demoers, working with publishers, and more. We end the episode with our top ten games for seven players!
In this episode, we take a look at As You Wish, A Battle of Wits, Miracle Pill, Homeland; Good Cop, Bad Cop Bombers; Dead Men Tell No Tales, and Samurai. We have three tales - one of Awesome, one of Horror, and one of Awkwardness. We have several segments from contributors, and end the show talking about board games converted into dice games!
Pandemic Legacy, designed by Matt Leacock (designer of Pandemic) and Rob Daviau (designer of Risk Legacy) and published by Z-Man Games, is much like Risk Legacy - where the game evolves over time. To find out more, you can visit our review here.
In this show, we take a look at The Undercity, Bloody Inn, Star Trek: Five Year Mission, Rum and Bones, Smash Up Munchkin, and Apocalypse Chaos. We also answer questions about locations of conventions, game nolstalgia, and more! We end the show with the top ten things that attract us to a new game.