Today Jeremiah previews The Table of Ultimate Gaming! It's an affordable option for your gaming needs, and it's about to hit Kickstarter. What's it look like? Let's find out!Read More
If Theology of Games was a child, our parents would be discussing the virtues of sending us to kindergarten in the fall, or waiting a year to let us mature a bit more.
That's because today we're celebrating five years of bringing you news, reviews, and interviews!Read More
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!
Produced by Jeremiah IsleyRead More
A few weeks ago our Instagram feeds were swamped with images of a beautiful dice game with gorgeous components. We found out the game was called Sagrada, from Floodgate Games. We soon had our own copies, and we were eager to see if this game played as great as it looks.
Sagrada is a dice-rolling, puzzly, thinker of a filler game. It plays 1-4 players in 30 minutes. (The time goes down with fewer players.) Players are competing to be the best stained glass artisan.
So, is Sagrada all it’s cracked up to be? Or is it a...pane? Let's find out!Read More