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Welcome to Theology of Games, your top source for board game news, reviews, and interviews! We feature our Double-Take Reviews of the hottest tabletop titles on our blog. We also feature three different boardgame podcast options for your listening pleasure!
Theology of Games Podcast - A monthly 60+ Minute show featuring Scott Firestone, Jeremiah Isley and AJ Skifstad, as they discuss, review and report all the latest in gaming news!
That’s How I Roll - A weekly podcast with Jeremiah Isley, who talks about the games we play and the lives we live.
Boardgames Daily - A daily show with AJ Skifstad, Scott Firestone and Jeremiah Isley as they bring you up to the minute happenings, First Takes on new boardgame titles, as well as Topic Tuesdays, Game Night Cage Fights, and What Will You Play Fridays!
We’re back again with a whole new batch of Kickstarter campaigns—including one that’s shaping up to be one of the biggest we’ve ever seen! Let’s get to it!
Welcome back from Thanksgiving! We hope you had a time of refreshing, and a chance to think over the things you’re thankful for. So just in case you didn’t blow all your money on Black Friday deals, you might have some left over for Kickstarter campaigns. Today we’re looking at two solitaire games. Let’s get to it!
Today Jeremiah discusses what it must be like to have Thanksgiving weekend off, does a Review of Roll for Your Life, Candyman! from Smirk & Dagger Games, AND announces the winners of the 100th episode contest!! Don't forget to call in and be a part of the show and let Jeremiah know what you're up to for this long weekend! 216-352-3864
Produced by Jeremiah Isley
What a time to be alive! Not only is space travel possible, but now the race is on to be the best explorer! Travel the galaxy collecting Crystals to turn into Exploration badges in this action selection, resources management game for 1-4 players! So is Space Park a walk in the (space) park? Or is it lost in space? Let’s find out!
Today Jeremiah brings back the feedback loop as we have callers share their most desired games of the BGG Top 100. Jeremiah gives thanks as the Word on the Street, and chats about Run for Your Life Candyman! Visitor in Blackwood Grove, Kingdom Builder and Space Park! You can still call in and enter our contest to win a prize pack! We're giving away: 1st prize: Deluxified Chimera Station!
2nd prize: Before there were stars, Sundae Split, and Food Truck Champion
3rd prize: Merchants of Araby, That’s Not Lemonade, Swinging, Jivecat Voodoo Lounge
Call in with your Top 100 Game from the BGG list you want, AND call in with what you are THANKFUL for and you'll be entered into the contest twice!! Boom!
Produced By Jeremiah Isley
Hey, everyone! We made it through another week, and we’ve got another batch of Kickstarter games. I’m bringing you three titles this week because we won’t have a Kickstarter Weekly post next week, thanks to Thanksgiving. So let’s get to the games!
Hey, everyone! Today we have the privilege of interviewing Brenna Noonan, Brand Manager for Starling Games. Hot off the heels of their hit game Everdell, they’re in the middle of a Kickstarter campaign for an expansion for Archmage. She took time out to talk to us while getting ready for Boardgamegeek Con. Let’s get to it!
Can you believe we’re only a couple of weeks from Thanksgiving?! But before you go blowing your cash on barrels of cranberry sauce, check out these other ways to part with your dough. This week we have a couple of traditional Kickstarter campaigns, and a nontraditional Kickstarter campaign. Is your curiosity Rising…? Well let’s find out what’s new!
Dragons. Notoriously grumpy, and not fans of people swiping their gold. Well too bad, dragon! We’re coming for your stuff! In Clank! players are heading down to the depths of the dungeon to get as much loot as possible and make it out before the dragon wakes up. It’s a mix of push-your-luck mechanisms and deck-building. So does Clank! make a joyful noise, or does it bring the noise AND the funk? (Funk being terrible.) Let’s find out!
Apparently it happens every year: Scumbags steal from exhibitors at Essen. But this year, numerous publishers were hit, and the small publisher Artipia Games was hit for over $6,000! So they came up with a clever response, and we encourage you to check it out.