September 4, 2017
A shorter than usual episode filled with impressions from the most recent additions to our collection, including Codenames Duet and Wasteland Express Delivery Service, among others!
Fate of the Elder Gods - 01:14
Kingdomino - 07:53
Rokoko: Jewelery Box (expansion) - 12:14
Codenames Duet - 17:45
Wasteland Express Delivery Service - 24:18
August 14, 2017
We do our annual tradition of looking at the games that will be debuting at Gen Con 2017 that we're most excited about as we end up schooling each other with our picks! First though, we have to give our first impressions of Lisboa, Churchill, and more!
Lisboa - 01:54
Churchill - 08:19
Haru Ichiban - 12:36
Legendary Encounters: An Alien Deck Building Game Expansion - 15:25
Gen Con 2017 Two-Player Preview - 20:25
July 24, 2017
We're chatting about our favorite 2-player experiences thus far in 2017! We also hear some of your top games, and then we break down the games we're most excited for in the back half of the year. Before that though we're offering impressions of In the Year of the Dragon, Spires, and the Dunwich Legacy campaign from Arkham Horror!
In the Year of the Dragon - 02:10
Spires - 09:15
Arkham Horror TCG: The Dunwich Legacy - 15:36
Crusaders: Thy Will Be Done Kickstarter - 24:00
Renegade Kickstarter - 27:40
Our favorite 2017 games so far - 30:10
The games we're most looking forward to in the second half of the year - 43:30
July 2, 2017
We're giving the full review treatment to the game we can't stop playing (or talking about!) and that's Clank!: A Deck Building Adventure. Find out why we think it's spectacular and also what we think about the Sunken Treasures expansion. Before we get there though, we talk about our first plays of both 1960: The Making of the President and Arkwright!
1960: The Making of the President - 01:50
Guilds of London - 13:00
Arkwright (Spinning Jenny) - 17:44
2-Player Review of Clank!: A Deck Building Adventure - 25:12
June 17, 2017
We're leading off this week with our thoughts on Terraforming Mars, why Emily hated Town Center, and why Ghost Stories has carved out a permanent place in our collection. We talk about the new Zombicide Kickstarter campaign and why we can't bring ourselves to back it this time around. In our main segment, we're talking about the best bluffing games that can be played with two players.
Terraforming Mars - 01:56
Morocco - 10:50
Town Center - 15:38
Ghost Stories - 19:59
Zombicide: Green Horde kickstarter - 25:32
Bluffing Games with Two Players - 30:54
June 5, 2017
We have impressions of a couple heavy hitters including Broom Service, The Pillars of the Earth, and the massive War of the Ring. Then in the main topic, Emily and I talk about the eclectic designer Vlaada Chvatil and which of his games that we've played offer a great two player experience!
War of the Ring (Second Edition) - 01:48
The Pillars of the Earth - 11:05
Jamaica - 16:16
Broom Service - 20:24
Vlaada Chvatil's games for two players - 28:10
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