The different races of the galaxy are looking to expand their reach, and nothing can get in their way--except other races. Gaia Project is a game for 1-4 players, each taking a race from the galaxy and spreading out, scoring VPs, and working their engine. It's a science fiction sibling of Terra Mystica, with a practically identical core, but numerous changes. Is Gaia Project the final frontier, or a space mutiny? Let's find out!Read More
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
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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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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!Read 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
It's finally here. If you've been following the saga that is Two Rooms and a Boom, you know that it's been no easy task to fulfill this campaign, but it's FINALLY here. I (Jeremiah) got my hands on an early review copy. We'll include Firestone's thoughts on it when his copy arrives, but we wanted to get this review done ASAP. So here goes!Read More
Today’s interview is with Alex of Mage Company who recently Kickstarted 12 Realms and Hoyuk, and is currently Kickstarting Raid & Trade, a post-apocalyptic adventure/sandbox game.
Alex thanks for joining us today!Read More
Happy Labor Day everyone! For our non-American readers, today is a national holiday here in the States, in which we celebrate... well, labor. And as a reward for our hard work and labor, we get the day off, huzzah!
But for our friends up north at Lamp Light Games today brings an exciting event as their Kickstarter for Nautilus Industries comes to a close, they'll be hosting a live play through and Q&A!Read More
Some of you might know that I (Jeremiah) went to GenCon last weekend in Indianapolis. Now, before we go any further, let me say this: I've been to Origins every year since 2009. Big. Deal. The last two years at Origins, I've brought along some help in covering the convention, and was able to shoot some video interviews for our YouTube channel, and make some really great connections along the way. If there's one thing I've learned in those two trips to Origins, it's this: It is really hard to cover a convention in one day and truly get a handle on exactly what is going on there... So I went to GenCon by myself (no help this time) and gave myself a whopping day and a half to try and cover the largest gaming event on the continent... Here's Part One of what I came up with!Read More