Tom Vasel and Eric Summerer take a look at board games, card games, and the people who design, publish, and play them.
Top ten lists, Q&A, tales of horror, and more await you!
Make It So
Eric joins Suzanne and Mandi to talk about Pusheen The Purrfect Pick Card Game, 7 Wonders and 7 Wonders Duel (on BGA), Escape Tales Children of Wyrmwood, The Whatnot Cabinet, Cantaloop, and Cosmic Colonies. They'll also serve up a Game Pie full of Friedemann Friese games.
X is for What?
In this episode, Tom and Eric discuss Unlock: Mythic Adventures, Cantaloop, Via Magica, Sleeping Gods, and Lucky Numbers. Geoff begins a series on Solo games, we have a new Tale of Boardgaming Horror, and we attempt to assemble a Top Ten Games that start with X.
M E L E E
In this episode we chat about Judge Dredd Helter Skelter (a Wildlands Game), Wolle - Volle Weide - Honeymoon - Hamstern roll and writes, Maglev Metro, and 111 Ants. We also serve up a "non-dexterity games that build up" Game Pie.
Top Ten Games From 2011 (Ten Years Ago)
In this episode, Tom, Mandi, and Eric discuss Seastead, Hadrian's Wall, Forgotten Waters, After the Empire, Box One, and Canvas. Geoff gives us tips for lining up. We have a Tale of Boardgaming Horror, and we finish the show with a look back at the games from ten years ago, 2011.
A new approach to episode titles!
And Suz and Mandi discuss Dune Imperium, Rome and Roll, Paladin of the West Kingdom: City of Crowns expansion, and Blatter Rauschen. They cover a couple of digital games and wrap up with some Q&A.
Top Ten Games That Start With W
In this episode, Tom and Eric review Mini Golf Designer, Decipher, Pulp Invasion, Super Skill Pinball, and Star Wars Unlock. Geoff bakes some cookies, we present a new Tale of Boardgaming Horror, and we answer questions from the mailbag. Then, we close the show with our Top Ten games that start with W.
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Highly recommendable podcast regarding boardgames. Input from contributors are not in my opinion of the same quality of the stuff Tom and Eric produce. Also I prefer the studio shows over the live shows, however all in all the show is great.