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Every Night is Game Night is a weekly podcast dedicated to gamer’s games. We cover board games that have heavy strategy, awesome theme, and everything in between. We also have interviews, discussion topics both serious and fun, and a special love for gamers who play their games solo.

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Every Night is Game Night is a weekly podcast dedicated to gamer’s games. We cover board games that have heavy strategy, awesome theme, and everything in between. We also have interviews, discussion topics both serious and fun, and a special love for gamers who play their games solo.

    ENGN 174 - Review and History Chat: Days of Ire and Nights of Fire

    ENGN 174 - Review and History Chat: Days of Ire and Nights of Fire

    Liz from Beyond Solitaire is back to chat about two of our favorite things - games and history! We have two games for review this week. The first is Days of Ire (2:52), a classic cooperative game (or 1 vs. many game) depicting the struggle of revolutionaries during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. The game was released in 2016, yet much of the gameplay still holds up today.
    The follow-up to Days of Ire, entitled Nights of Fire (12:52), delivered to Kickstarter backers this past year. Nights of Fire is much more of a traditional wargame with Euro elements. It depicts the Soviets striking back against the Hungarian revolutionaries, and the players job (in the solo and coop) is to save civilians and delay the oncoming Soviets as much as possible.
    After all of that gaming goodness, Liz and Jason geek out and chat about the historical background of both games. We are NOT scholars of the time period by any means. We may have misstated a few of the elements (or more than a few). However, we are both very interested to learn, and also very happy to help interested gamers gain access to these two games in a whole new way.
    One Stop Coop Shop Slack - bit.ly/onestopslack BGA Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/bga

    • 52分
    ENGN 173 - Best in Class and Top Ten: Deckbuilding Games

    ENGN 173 - Best in Class and Top Ten: Deckbuilding Games

    We roll on with our Best in Class series with one of the most popular genres out there. Thanks so much to everyone who has given positive feedback on the "Best in Class" format so far - we like it, and we'd love to keep bringing it to you!
    This week, Jason and friends tackle deckbuilding games. When Jason put out the call on twitter to explore deckbuilding games, lots of folks responded who wanted to share their favorites. We take all of those clips and organize them into a Top Ten! We also reach into the wayback machine for some previous content to round out the episode, including when a game designer stopped by the show to share why his deckbuilding game is the Best in Class.
    Thanks to everyone who helped out with the episode!
    Board Game Crockpot - https://boardgamecrockpot.blog/author/crocko33/ Room 51 - https://anchor.fm/room51 Sarah Reed - at_eurogamergirl on Twitter Game All Night - https://www.gameallniteshow.com/ One Stop Coop Shop - bit.ly/onestopslack In Liz we Trust - Warp's Edge - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/renegadegamestudios/warps-edge

    • 58分
    ENGN 172 - Best in Class and Top Ten: Dungeon Crawlers with Rolling Solo

    ENGN 172 - Best in Class and Top Ten: Dungeon Crawlers with Rolling Solo

    Our Best in Class companion series to the Top 100 Solo Games People's Choice rolls on! Today, Jason is ecstatic to welcome back a friend of the show, Adam Smith from Rolling Solo. This man knows more about recent dungeon crawl games than any other content creator out there.
    We get into what we like about dungeon crawl games, as well as what distinguishes them from other thematic adventure games (which we covered last week). After that, we get into Adam's Top Ten, which he has also presented as a video over on his Rolling Solo channel.
    The Best in Class for dungeon-crawling games, according to solo gamers, is Gloomhaven. Did it make the top of Adam's list, as well?
    In Liz We Trust - Black Sonata: The Fair Youth - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sideroomgames/black-sonata-the-fair-youth?ref=discovery&term=fair%20youth One Stop Coop Shop Slack - bit.ly/onestopslack BGA Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/bga

    • 1 時間21分
    ENGN 171 - Best in Class for Thematic Adventure, and Ten Underrated Thematic Games with Corey Mayo

    ENGN 171 - Best in Class for Thematic Adventure, and Ten Underrated Thematic Games with Corey Mayo

    Jason is happy to welcome a long-time listener, first-time caller Corey Mayo to the pod! He is very, very well known among solo gamers who frequent BGG or Facebook, as he always has something to say about the games of the day.
    In this episode, we talk about Corey's favorite genre - thematic adventure games. We get into our working definition of thematic adventure and debate whether many people's number one solo game of all time, Mage Knight, falls into that definition. Corey then shows some love to some underrated games, with Jason in the peanut gallery sharing about a few more.

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    ENGN 170 - PAX Unplugged 2019 recap

    ENGN 170 - PAX Unplugged 2019 recap

    Jason was lucky enough to visit PAX Unplugged earlier this month, and is eager to share about his experiences! Like the last few PAX recaps, not only does Jason give his own perspective (this time as a demoer for Starling Games teaching Everdell to 36 different groups), but we also hear from a few friends. All of these voices should be very familiar to regular ENGN listeners - Liz Davidon, Michael Kelley, Jeremy Howard, Brenna Noonan, Mike Dilisio, and more!
    In additon, we also have previews from some big upcoming projects in 2020 - Frosthaven from Cephalophair Games, Return to Dark Tower from Restoration Games, and Final Girl from Van Ryder Games. Jason also shows Van Ryder double love with a quick review of Bees: The Secret Kingdom.
    We at ENGN hope that everyone is having a very happy and healthy holiday season!
    One Stop Coop Shop Slack - bit.ly/onestopslack BGA Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/bga

    • 42分
    ENGN 169 - Adventures with Nemo and Coraline

    ENGN 169 - Adventures with Nemo and Coraline

    For our last episode before the holiday season, we are happy to bring to you Jason's patented "headspace" reviews for some fun games, as well as a great idea for a last-minute stocking stuffer.
    First up, Jason reviews Coraline: Beware the Other Mother, a quick and quirky solo/ coop card game with some neat integration of the Coraline movie IP (2:42). Second, Jason covers Nemo Rising (11:45), the cooperative adventure game in a steampunk universe (that happens to have nothing, nothing at all to do with Nemo's War!).
    Finally, Jason is very happy to welcome Paul Grogan from Gaming Rules back onto the show to discuss the new Adventure Games from Kosmos (19:50). Two modules are released already - Monochrome Inc. and The Dungeon. We get into the story elements, rewarding cleverness, the app companion, and other angles. We also compare the Adventure Games to other escape room games like Exit and Unlock, as well as games like TIME Stories and a few others.
    One Stop Coop Shop Slack - bit.ly/onestopslack BGA Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/bga

    • 1 時間2分

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