That's How I Roll Episode 048 - The Aftermath - A New Segment!

That's How I Roll Episode 048 - The Aftermath - A New Segment!

Jeremiah is back producing episodes from his rental home while the fire restoration takes place.
Today's episode features a new segment!
A Game Night Review of H.I.D.E. (Hidden Identity Dice Espionage) from Mayday Games.
Featured in this review is:
AJ Skifstad @AJSkifstad
Matt Ritzinger @DiceCityGames (Instagram)
and His broth Luke

Produced by Jeremiah Isley

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And the Spiel des Jahres Winner Is...

And the Spiel des Jahres Winner Is...

Today we heard the winner for the Spiel des Jahres award—the prestigious German Game of the Year, which also translates into plenty of sales. The nominees were:

  • Kingdomino, from designer Bruno Cathala and publisher Blue Orange Games.
  • Magic Maze, from designer Kasper Lapp, and publisher Pegasus Spiele.
  • Wettlauf nach El Dorado, from designer Reiner Knizia, and publisher Ravensburger.

So who won? Well, it’s...

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That's How I Roll Episode 46 - Origins!

That's How I Roll Episode 46 - Origins!

It’s a special Long Commute edition of the show as Jeremiah is joined by Joshua Sepos and AJ Skifstad, and they recall their time at Origins!

 Topics covered include:

  • Stand out Games
  • The past, present, and future of Kickstarter games
  • How a great demo experience is not all that common
  • Surprise games

 And so much more!

Jeremiah also teases a new segment coming in the next episode!

 

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That's How I Roll - Episode 045 Origins Preview!

That's How I Roll - Episode 045 Origins Preview!

Today Jeremiah Previews The 2017 Origins Game Fair!
 
Heroes of Land, Air and Sea! Giant sized epic 4X!! Yessss!
 Hear more about this with Michael Coe on episode 28 of That's How I Roll: https://goo.gl/SWsVhU

Hunt for the Ring: ARES Games hidden movement, Frodo and the Nazgul ARE YOU KIDDING ME!?
AJ Talks about this one on Episode 17 of the Theology of Games podcast: https://goo.gl/Pjgu4n
 
Century: Spice Road from Plan B Games --- The Splendor killer???
Firestone chats about this game in Episode 16 of the Theology of Games podcast: https://goo.gl/Oxg32z
 
Corner of Though and Conversation:
On the Table Special going on the road edition, Favorite games to travel with?? Great to pack in the bag, play on a plane, in a car, in a box with a fox?
 
Around the table: Favorite place you’ve been on vacation?
 
 And we jump on the Feedback Loop again! 

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Who's The Boss? A Single-Take Review of The Boss

Who's The Boss? A Single-Take Review of The Boss

Don't worry, Tony Danza isn't lurking around the corner of this review. Today Jeremiah's taking a look at The Boss, from Blue Orange Games. The Boss is a bluffing and hidden-information game for 2-4 players. Players are gangsters looking for their shot to move up the ranks by making hits on cities across the country. 

So is the Boss a made man, or does he wear cement shoes? Let's check it out!

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That's How I Roll - Episode 44 - Aura, and Commitment

That's How I Roll - Episode 44 - Aura, and Commitment

It's episode 44 of That's How I Roll
Today Jeremiah hits all your favorite segments:

What's Good in the Neighborhood:
Jeremiah teases two really big things coming down the line!

Drive-By Review
Aura from Breaking Games
2-4 Players, 30 min. playing time, 8 Yrs. and up!

Corner of Thought and Conversation
2 Legitimate Questions about the games we play and the lives we live:
1 - What are you favorite "legacy" games?

2 - What does commitment require?

And the Feedback Loop is back! Get yourself featured in this segment next week by writing in at TheologyofGames@gmail.com or on Twitter @TheologyofGames!

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That's How I Roll Episode 043 - Yokohama, and The Feedback Loop!

That's How I Roll Episode 043 - Yokohama, and The Feedback Loop!

It's Episode 043! 
Join in the conversation as Jeremiah rolls through the games we play and the lives we live, this week's show features the segments:

What's Good in the Neighborhood:
Jeremiah discusses the eternal battle with the pool, and got some games on the table-Yokohama, Shahrazad, and some iOS Tigris and Euphrates (Read our written Double-Take Review of the analog version RIGHT HERE), and Ascension.

Drive-By Review:
Yokohama! A great, and heavy worker placement game from Tasty Minstrel Games, check TheologyofGames.com soon for a written review coming soon!

The Corner of Thought and Conversation:
Jeremiah asks 2 Legit Questions about the games we play and the life we live!
1. What is your go to HEAVY worker placement game?
2. What is something you had to work really, really hard for? and was it worth it?

The Feedback Loop:
It's back and we feature a couple responses to last week's Legit Questions!

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