This week Al and Josh played Fireball Island: Curse of Vul-Kar, Goldland, and talked about which games they like to play with their families.
Josh and Al hit the black this week and talk about Firefly: The Game from Gale Force 9. Shiny!
This week is all about the underdogs.
The Halloween season is upon us and Josh and Al are already celebrating with a night of spooky games. Up first is Lifeform, a great big love letter to Alien and certainly one of the best games of 2019. Rounding out the night is Tiny Epic Zombies, a very small game that's not only one of the best zombie games we've seen in ages, it packs a ton of gameplay, variety and fun.
This episode is all about MONSTERS! First we talk about Monster Slaughter, a great big box of plastic that completely took us by surprise. Then we lift the veil on a game we've been designing, currently called "The Kaiju Project." Shameless self promotion ensues.
Josh and Al gear up and explore the depths of Sanctum, a Diablo inspired Euro game from Czech Games Edition.
As Josh and Al recover from a busy weekend of playing games, they talk about two of their favorite empire building/4X games.
A Star Wars pick up and deliver game, an abstract bag building game, the story of how Josh and Al met and the beginning and end of the "relating games to albums era," all in one episode! Punch it, Chewie!
This week we talk about Josh's all-time favorite game. The one, the only...TWILIGHT IMPERIUM.
Josh and Al wade through a veritable sea of consonants and apostrophes in the excellent deckbuilding/area control game Tyrants of the Underdark! After paying their respects to Lolth the Queen of Spiders, they head out to the auction only to find they forgot all their 5 dollar bills in the Reiner Knizia classic High Society.
Josh and Al enjoy a day of 2 player gaming with Unmatched and Undaunted: Normandy. Also, our pick for "Top Prefix in Gaming 2019!"
Go get the rope, boys! Josh and Al talk about Western Legends and manage to not say the "S-word," but totally fail to not make Bruce Springsteen jokes when they chat about Thunder Road.
This week Al and Josh revisit Alan R. Moon's Andromeda and make their first explorations in Reiner Knizia's Blue Lagoon.
Join Josh and Al as they run down what they played on "Spooky Game Saturday," featuring Fury of Dracula, Nyctophobia and Camp Grizzly. Happy Halloween!
Josh and Al delve into the Fireball Island expansions and round out the night with Reiner Knizia's The Quest For El Dorado.
All the woodland creatures come out to hear Josh and Al talk about Root, the enormously popular game of cute animals and brutal warfare. Afterwards they play Legendary: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and run through their favorites from the Legendary deck-building series.
This week we're talking shop with designer, wrestling fan and all around great dude, Tony Miller.
Keturah Ariel Nailah Bobo is an Ohio native and a BFA graduate from the Columbus College of Art and Design. She grew up with parents that instilled in her the importance of individuality and creativity. Keturah is known for creating vibrant images that are relatable and distinguishable. She is the lead game illustrator for Cards For All People and the #1 New York Times best-selling illustrator of I Am Enough by Grace Byers.
Some games put their best foot forward on the first play, eager to have most players feel good right out of the box. Other games are content to take their time.
Things got a bit heavy last week, so let's take things down a notch by exploring the other end of the scale. Light games are just as important for a board game collection, after all. We discuss what light games offer that heavier games don't, and mention some of our recent favourites.
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