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Podcast about board games, the hotness, and how to have fun with your friends even when you are losing.
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92
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Games that are better than their mechanics suggest
There Will Be Games

We're joined by the Blue Tank for a quick look back at SHUX, before we dive into a discussion on games that are better than their mechanics suggest. These are games that we might describe as not very good, but somehow still give us incredible experiences that we find distinct and unique. But that makes them good, right? Before we lose all credibility, we talk about Kingdomino Duel, Panic on Wall Street!, and Blood on the Clocktower.

There Will Be Games

Kellen Allen Larker  (He/Him)
Associate Writer and Podcaster

Kellen Allen Laker is the Red Tank of Board Game Barrage. He’s a social gamer, who prefers mean and interactive games where you have to fight your opponents to win.

His favorite games include Innovation, Cosmic Encounter, and Cthulhu Wars.

You can find more of his work on Board Game Barrage,and us also the home of theBoar Game Barrage Podcast podcast, a fortnightly podcast covering industry news that Iain hosts with his friend Jamie Adams.

Articles & Podcasts by Kellen Allen Larker

 

 

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