I imagine most of you, like me, are heading into the throes of school starting up. But that's no excuse for not checking out these Kickstarter campaigns! So let's get to it!Read More
Today we're going to roll up our sleeves and get to work. What are we working on? Well, we're building some of the biggest, baddest, stone structures the world has ever seen. Of course, we recommend you leave Brendan Fraser out of the equation. Imhotep is an area-control game where players taking stones from a quarry, loading them on ships, and sailing them down the river to be used in the construction of some of the most iconic wonders in Egypt. So, is Imhotep a brick house, or does it leave us screaming for our mummies? Let's find out!Read More
Today on this "Zero" episode Jeremiah looks back and looks forward to episode 100!
He also does a Drive-By Review of Everdell from Starling Games!
And in this week's real talk segment Jeremiah discusses the first day of school and family traditions!
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Some of the biggest news to come out of Gen Con is from Fantasy Flight, and one of the biggest, most epic, colossal names in game design: Richard Garfield. (He designed this little card game called Magic the Gathering, maybe you've heard of it?) The title I'm talking about today is Keyforge. Keyforge: Call of the Archons (to be accurate), is a 1 vs. 1 card game where players are racing to forge keys (get it? Key.... Forge?) that unlock the vaults of an artificial work at the center of the universe... Ok, ok, that’s a paper thin theme, but what's fascinating, mind-blowing, and seemingly near impossible here is the fact that the game features decks, that are completely, 100% unique. As the Fantasy Flight website says "What this means for KeyForge is that every deck in existence is utterly unique and different from every other deck."Read More
Another week has flown by, and we've got another group of games coming to you via Kickstarter. Unless we say so, we haven't played these. We're only sharing the info with you. So let's get to those games!Read More
Now that another printing of Gloomhaven has hit the shelves of gamers everywhere, we thought it might be a good idea to help you sort this behemoth. The folks at The Broken Token are one of many options, but they're the one I have. Have no fear: The pictures in this review only show Scenario 1, so no spoilers. So let's get to the review!Read More
First of all, if you get that Mono Puff reference, YOU WIN! (There are no actual prizes, though...)
Anyway. In Texas (and most southern states) there is a species of birds known as Grackles. They're black, with an iridescence about them that can make them also appear blue, purple, and even greenish in color. They're known for gathering, or should I say laughing, on telephone lines. (Okay, that's the last Mono Puff reference...)
Grackles is an abstract game for 2-4 players that will have you trying to line up the most of your bird tokens on the modular board. Once the game is over, the player with the most tokens on the board wins.
So is Grackles the kind of fun you want to line up for? Or should we just shoo it away? Let's find out!Read More
Today Jeremiah welcomes Brenna Noonan to the show! Brenna is with Starling Games and she and Jeremiah discuss all things Starling and gaming!
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Hello, readers! There was so much news coming out of Gen Con that we had to bump some to a second day. New games! Crazy ideas! Digital surprises! Here's the rest of what caught our eyes and ears from the convention.Read More
Unfortunately we couldn't make it to Gen Con this year but there's still plenty of news coming out of Indianapolis. So here's the first part of two posts full of things that caught our eyes and ears. We'll have another batch of news tomorrow.Read More