Gotta Go Back in Time—A Double-Take Preview of Sarah's Singularity

Gotta Go Back in Time—A Double-Take Preview of Sarah's Singularity

We don't do many Kickstarter previews anymore, but we occasionally make exceptions. Daily Magic Games has impressed us with their games in the Valeria line—including Villages of Valeria, Quests of Valeria, and Valeria: Card Kingdoms, which we haven't reviewed yet, but might be our favorite Valeria game so far! Today we're previewing a new game that has nothing to do with Valeria, though. It's called Sarah's Singularity and it's about traveling through time, solving Missions, and rescuing Companions. So is it a good timey-wimey? Or is it the Time Chasers of board games? Let's find out!

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That's How I Roll Episode 057 - Big News - 5 Minute Dungeon

That's How I Roll Episode 057 - Big News - 5 Minute Dungeon

Jeremiah has great news about the house in this episode!

He also does a Drive By Review of 5-Minute Dungeron.

Today’s two legit questions:

What are your favorite party games?
How do you celebrate your birthday?

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A Game You Can't Refuse - A Single-Take Review of The Godfather: Corleone's Empire

A Game You Can't Refuse - A Single-Take Review of The Godfather: Corleone's Empire

This year at Gen Con, Cool Mini Or not (CMON) made a splash with the latest Eric Lang design, The Godfather: Corleone's Empire. It's a worker placement game for 2-5 players, where the goal is to play as a mob family, and earn the most money by doing gangster-type activities, such as shaking down businesses, and offing your opponents by way of car bombs, drive-bys, and other despicable deeds.

So is The Godfather a Made Game, or should you dump it in the Hudson? Let's find out!

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That's How I Roll Episode 056 - Professor Evil and the Citadel of Time

That's How I Roll Episode 056 - Professor Evil and the Citadel of Time

Join in the conversation as Jeremiah shares what's good in the neighborhood and gives the latest update on the Isley housefire.

This week's Drive By Review is of Professor Evil and the Citadel of Time! A co-op adventure from Passport Game Studios.

And Jeremiah asks 2 Legit questions!
What are your favorite co-op games? Jeremiah cites LOTR the living card game as one of his top 5 of all time! https://goo.gl/LJrGnh

And what do you love about fall?
Megasaurus makes the list for Jeremiah! http://ow.ly/oc8230fGKE8

What are your answers to this week's 2 legit questions? 
Head over to Boardgames FM and call in to answer! Or just comment here!

Like what you're hearing!? A quick subscribe, rate and review on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, or wherever you're listening, means the world to us! Thanks for listening!!

Produced by Jeremiah Isley

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My Cup Runneth Over--A Double-Take Review of Spoils of War

My Cup Runneth Over--A Double-Take Review of Spoils of War

Liar’s Dice is a classic nongamer game. It’s easy to play. It’s portable. And it’s always fun--well, until you’re eliminated. But it’s short so even that doesn’t detract. Today’s review is Spoils of War by publisher Arcane Wonders and designers Jason Medina and Bryan Pope. It’s Liar’s Dice, but with set collection and bidding smooshed onto it. It’s pretty audacious to mess with a classic, so did Arcane Wonders roll the dice one too many times, or does our cup runneth over? Let’s find out!

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That’s How I Roll - Episode 055 Lance Myxter Talks Downfall!

That’s How I Roll - Episode 055 Lance Myxter Talks Downfall!

This week Jeremiah is joined by Lance Myxter of Tasty Minstrel Games, they talk about a great many things, including the upcoming Kickstarter for Downfall, TMG's first foray into a miniatures based card drafting game.

They also pose the question, are you a fireplace person, or no? 

You can find Lance on Twitter @PlayTMG, or @UndeadViking

Produced by Jeremiah Isley

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