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Round 10, Turn 8: "Curious Cargo" with Jesse
Jesse, the Analytical Gamer, joins Matt for a review of the 2 player crunchy Curious Cargo and a discussion about Mechanics and Game Experiences We’d Like to see More Of
Solo Mode #5: Matt's Top 10 Solo Games of Quarantine
Matt takes you through his Top 10 Solo Games played during the Covid-19 Quarantine of 2020-2021
Round 10, Turn 7: "Carnegie" with Trey and Ben
Tom, Trey, and Ben dissect the heavy Carnegie, and decide what their Top 5 "Elegant" games are.
Round 10, Turn 6: "Dune: Imperium" with Paul
Paul and Matt review the 2020 deck-builder/worker placement hybrid Dune: Imperium and then list their Top 10 Meanest Games
Round 10, Extra Turn: "2020 Year in Review (and Hallertau review) with Matt and Tom
Matt and Tom reunite to review Uwe Rosenberg's "Hallertau" and take a look back at the games of 2020.
Round 10, Turn 5: "The Crew" with Jake
Tom and Jake join "The Crew" and dissect the best Party Games of all time!
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Best Board Game Podcast
Matthew Robinson, Tom Donnelly and their gaming group produce an AMAZINGLY fun and enjoyable podcast! I’ve listened to EVERY single episode! Each one more entertaining than the last! The podcast is so incredibly thought out with different segments including Game News, Games on the Brain, Game Night, Game Review, and Board Game Sommelier! Each of the podcast members represent such diverse kinds of gamers! The group is so responsive on their Facebook group and Sommelier! I look forward to their podcast every week!
Too elitist for me
Couldn’t seem to interact in their Facebook group without some other member (or host/admin) jumping me. I appreciate the work they put into the podcast but it and the Facebook group don’t feel, “welcoming” to me. It all seemed very much, “this is what we think and you should feel honored to hear it.”
I lived in SoCal for a number of years and I had enough of that, then.
Keep your politics out of the show; or dont and lose subscribers.