May 16, 2017
We kick things off by giving our initial impressions on Archipelago, The Golden Ages, and Exit: The Game! In our main segment, we revisit several games we had previously given impressions on. Which games have carved out a place in our rotation and which ones we ended up kicking to the curb!
The Golden Ages (and Cults and Cultures expansion) - 01:45
Archipelago - 09:05
Exit: The Game: The Secret Lab - 18:47
Revisiting our initial impressions - 23:57
May 2, 2017
We're giving the two-player review treatment to one of our favorite under-the-radar strategy games: Bruxelles 1893! We also give our impressions on TMG's deluxe rendition of Yokohama and Mega Man Pixel Tactics from Level 99 Games, as well as have our willpower fade before your very ears as we succumb to the temptation of Roxley Games' Brass Kickstarter campaign!
Yokohama Deluxe - 02:14
Mega Man Pixel Tactics - 09:56
Aeon's End - 18:22
Deus: Egypt (expansion) - 24:58
Brass Deluxe Kickstarter campaign - 29:58
Bruxelles 1893 review - 38:10
February 27, 2017
We are reviewing a game that's made it to our table more than most in our collection: Legendary Encounters: An Alien Deck Building Game. See where we place it amongst deck builders and how worthy an addition it is to your collection as a two-player game. We also get into a few new games including our descent into Crokinole obsession!
Crokinole - 02:40
Glass Road - 09:36
Thebes - 16:15
Empires of the Void II - 23:17
The Last Garden - 27:52
Legendary Encounters review - 30:37
February 14, 2017
Our main topic is all about asymmetric games. Why does Brad love them so much, and what are the best ones to play with two players across a variety of different categories. We also give our impressions of two hidden gems that we recently discovered as well as a brief overview of our recently received Duchess gaming table!
Duchess impressions - 01:50
Starving Artists - 07:45
Super Motherload - 14:30
King Chocolate - 19:34
Tash-Kalar: Nethervoid expansion - 23:36
Asymmetric Games - 26:00
January 3, 2017
This episode has us taking an introspectve look at our backing habits on Kickstarter. We look at which types of games backed have stood the test of time, what we personally use the crowd funding service for (and how that has evolved over these past 3 years), and how that lines up with what Kickstarter set out to be in the world of board games. We're also giving first impressions of Key to the City: London and Tramways!
Tramways - 02:10
Key to the City: London - 11:54
7 Wonders Duel: Pantheon - 18:58
America - 27:10
Our introspective Kickstarter analysis - 32:29