In this episode Suzanne and Mandi discuss Skulk Hollow, Ragusa, Empires of the North, Deadly Doodles, Ecos and Hats. They also cover a couple of One and Done games and wrap up with a Victory Points segment all about "cart campers" (the games that live in your shopping cart but never make it to purchase.)
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On today's show, Tom and Eric recap the Dice Tower Retreat, with both old and new games played. We discuss Power Rangers, Die Hard, Star Wars Outer Rim, Detective: City of Angels, Le Havre, Caverna, Feast for Odin, Puerto Rico, Mamma Mia, Roll for the Galaxy, Beta Colony, and Everdell.
In episode 623, Mandi and Suzanne review Space Base The Emergence of Shy Pluto, Time Chase, Trapper Keeper, Little Town, Tales of Glory, and Watergate. They also discuss a couple of apps and answer your questions with some Q&A.
In this show, we talk about Adventure Games: the Dungeon, Caravan, Brikks, Time Chase, Letter Jam, and the King's Dilemma. We also answer questions about retheming someone else's game, playing a game "to the death", fatherhood, and more! Finally, we end the show with our top ten games that start with the letter "G".
In this episode, we take a look at Era, Cat Cafe, Pipeline, Icarus, Undo, and Clip Cut Parks. We discuss a couple of One and Dones and finally, we end the show with a discussion about games that have the wrong player count on the box.
In this episode, we take a look at Pipeline, Mystery House, Clank Legacy, Aftermath, The Taverns of Tiefenthal, and Dragoon. We also answer questions about games that we knew would be perfect, the popularity of Battletech, the disorganization of the board game industry, the "alpha pack" syndrome, and telling others when they make mistakes. Finally, we end the show with our top ten seven player games!
In this episode, Mandi and Suzanne chat about some games that caught their eye at Gen Con and discuss recent games played including Abomination, Moon Base, Colors of Paris, Across The United States, Artsee, and Heul Doch Mau Mau.
In this episode, Crystal, Mandi, Suzanne, Zee, and the Brother Murph all join in for our annual live show at Gen Con 2019! We start by talking about some recent games that we've played, then invite several publishers on for some cool game announcements! Buonocore shows up for some mayhem, and the show ends with a contest of champions! Thanks to Stronghold Games for sponsoring our show.
In this episode, all four hosts join together for a supersized episode in which we talk about all the upcoming releases at Gen Con 2019! We talk about where we'll be at the con (don't miss booth 2023!), and our opinions on various games. Due to the upcoming convention, we decided to release this one a bit early.
Come join the team this Friday Aug. 2nd @ 2PM for our annual Gen Con live show sponsored by Indie Boards and Cards and Stronghold Games! We will have a game show, give out prizes, make game announcements, and more! Tickets are still available but limited to 1200.
In this episode, we talk about Atelier, In Front of the Elevator, Nine Tiles Panic, Dark Domains, Power Rangers: Heroes of the Grid, and Undo. We look back on a couple of Shelf Staples and we end with a divisive One and Done.
In this episode, we talk about Medieval Age, Kenny G: Keepin’ it Saxy, Shobu, Lockup: A Roll Player Tale, Point Salad, and Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell. We also answer questions about rules disputes and more! Finally, we end the show with our top ten games that start with the letter "F".
In this show, we are joined by various contributors to the Dice Tower Network to introduce the Dice Tower Awards for best games of 2018. Awards include best artwork, best components, best new designer, best game from a small publisher, best two player game, best strategy game, most innovative game, best party game, best family game, best expansion, best reprint, and game of the year! Congratulations to all the winners!
In this show, Tom talks about his travels to Khan Kon in China, we review Circle the Wagons, Master of Respect, T.I.M.E. Stories, Pandemic: Rapid Response, Palaces of Carrara, and Paris Paris. We also answer a pile of questions and talk about our favorite top ten abstract strategy games.