Boards Alive is a podcast that talks about tabletop games. Their goal is to show that tabletop gaming can be just as exciting and engaging as Hollywood movies or big budget video games. They try to highlight games that have a rich theme that connects with the mechanics of the game. Boards Alive wants to help people escape into tabletop games and enjoy the competition and camaraderie of gaming.
In Episode 14, Boards Alive reviews the two-player deduction game, Death Note: Confrontation.
In Episode 2, we review the 2 player battle game, Risk: Star Wars Edition.
Boards Alive talks Explorers of the North Sea, Deadpool Vs The World, Santa Maria, Decrypto, and Escape: The Curse of the Temple. They’re also joined by fellow PBM Members Jake and Danielle of Draft Mechanic to do another CoolBoardGames Inc. segment.
In Episode 1, Aaron and his son review the deck building game Hero Realms, including the Hero Packs, The Ruins of Thandar campaign box, and the Dragon and Lich Boss decks.
It’s DATENIGHT! The hosts review the many forms of Castles of Burgundy.
Boards Alive talks about the games Aaron is using in his classroom. Then they talk The Quest for El Dorado, Knights of Pen & Paper +1 Deluxier Edition, Empyreal: Spells & Steam, and The Mind. They do a feature review of Heaven and Ale and are joined by James D’Amato to talk about Indy RPGs.
Boards Alive talks about some games they’ve been playing recently, such as Trajan, Tomb of Annihilation, and Warhammer Underworld: Shadespire. They also review the fantasy 4X game Heroes of Land, Air & Sea and introduce their new Keep it or Cull it segment.
Boards Alive talks about all the games they played during the Path of Play Day 2018 event and review Empires of the Void II.
Linsae and Aaron review The Fox in the Forest
We wrap up our first story arc in our Star Trek Adventures series.