Eric Buscemi reviews Most Wanted, designed by Ken Gruhl, Quentin Weir and Dominic Crapuchettes, and published by North Star Games.
Ken Grazier reviews Incoming Transmission from Magic Meeple Games.
Come join Moe as he explains to TC and Joe his experiences with Donning the Purple, a recently released one-to-three player game about the fight to be emperor in volatile pre-collapse Rome.
Chris, Cory, Philip, and Jimmy find a new member has stumbled into their crew and figure out what to do next in a play through of John Harper’s Blades in the Dark RPG.
The Mile High Game Guys get down with recently played games, including Betrayal: Legacy before digging into this week’s News and Kickstarters.
Eric Buscemi reviews Sellswords: Olympus, designed by Cliff Kamarga and published by Level 99 Games.
El Doc Logan reviews Kodama Duo, a two-player game designed by Daniel Solis & Nick Little, and published by Indie Boards & Cards.
This is a bilingual review, both in English and Spanish.
Charles sets the Wayback Machine to Feb. 2009 and takes a look at what was trending on BGG.
Bradly checks out the new version of a classic Martin Wallace game, Nanty Narking.
In this argument hour episode, Seth and TC talk about cognitive load in games.
The chase is on to be the first captain to retrieve the Dread Pirate's flag. CardLords brings a great capture the flag game to your family game table.
Review of Keyforge, plus looks at Herbaceous Sprouts, On Tour & Cardcassonne.