Two board games enthusiasts talk about what they just played.
Interview With Daniel Newman
This week we're talking game design and horror movies with Daniel Newman, designer of Dead Man's Cabal, Rolled West, and The Science and Seance Society.
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Interview With Jim Felli
This week we're talking to Jim Felli, designer of games such as Shadows of Malice, Zimby Mojo, and the upcoming Cosmic Frog. We chat about the story of Cosmic Frog, his D&D background, how he comes up with his entirely unique games and we still somehow manage to fit Star Trek and scotch in there.
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Unmatched: Cobble and Fog, Railways of the World and Pan Am
In an attempt to bring a quick end to the seemingly endless nightmare that is 2020, Josh declares that his Best Games of Year list is ready with Unmatched: Cobble and Fog and Pan Am. Meanwhile Al has revisted an old favorite with Railways of the World (aka Railroad Tycoon: The Board Game)
Fowers Games Roundup and Back to the Future Double Feature
Josh and Al catch up on what they've been playing. Al has been digging into the world of Fowers Games (Fugitive, Sabotage, Burgle Brothers and Getaway Driver) while Josh has been feeling the Power of Love with both of the new Back To the Future games (Back In Time and Dice Through Time).
Horrified and Funkoverse
Have we talked about how much we love Prospero Hall and the wonderful games they design? Because we really do love Prospero Hall.
Year One Retrospective (Part 2)
Josh and Al finish up their look back at the games discussed on their first year of episodes. More games are voted into the ICFTT! Hall of Fame, plus Josh and Al catch up on what they've been playing while stuck indoors, all in the amount of time it takes for Scythe to fall into favor, then fall out and then back in.
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Open-minded, relaxed, interesting banter
Just as the title states, Josh and Al have a laid back, chill style, and they use these qualities to best effect in combination with their obvious knowledge of the hobby. This is one of those (relatively) short form podcasts that you can sink into and listen for episode-after-episode with delight.