In this jam-packed show, Eric talks about a couple of board games, and then Tom talks about 22 games in X minutes. We preview interesting games we're looking forward to from the Spiel fair at Essen.
Contributor: Geoff Engelstein
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In this show, Geoff tells us what "ludology" means, we talk about gaming burnout, and start a new contest! Giles goes nuts, Barry blunders, and Bryan goes to the old West.
Lots to talk about this time! Tom and Eric look at Phantom of the Opera, Safuasa, Dwarven Miner, Takenoko special edition, Escape, and Last Will! We also go to the vault and discuss San Juan and Star Wars: Queen's Gambit. Geoff talks about analogies, Brian takes a look at I'm the Boss, and we have three other special segments.
In this show, Ryan talks about a new project he's beginning, Brian examines Shadow Hunters, and Geoff talks about hindsight in games. We take a look at Puzzle Strike, City of Horror, Banditos, Pirates of the Spanish Main Card Game, Lords of Waterdeep, Wilderness, and more!
In this episode, Tom and Eric podcast live from GenCon 2012!
Open or Closed Scoring is a classic argument that seems to be around forever, so we thought we talk about it once again! We also are joined by quite a few contributors, including Geoff talking about game economies, Ryan playing long games and liking it, and a new segment on solo games. We also review several new games, including Mage Wars, Infiltration, Dungeon Command, and Space Cadets live!
In this episode, Geoff talks about giant numbers, and Greg descends into Madness. Mary talks about house rules, and Tom reviews Descent 2.0. We stereotype gamers yet again, and then talk about how many moves ahead in a game we plan for.
In this show, Brian Englestein starts a new segment, Geoff continues to tell us how to win at games, and Ryan talks about Urban Sprawl. We have a fake top ten list, go over recent games - such as 1989 and Undermining - and talk about mechanisms from games that we wish we could port to real life.