Podcast 1: Meet the Meeples
In their first ever podcast episode, Charlotte and Jamie look back over the games of Christmas past, spiral into the depths of despair with a playthrough of Eldritch Horror and have a hearty discussion about how affordable board gaming is as a hobby.
Music: "Day of Chaos", "Evening of Chaos", "Night of Chaos", "Obliteration" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Jamie shares his thoughts in a review of The Chameleon, a social deduction game by party game pros Big Potato Games.
Can you terraform Mars as a twosome? We reviewed Terraforming Mars to discover whether it really is out of this world.
We share our first impressions of Star Wars Rebellion, The Chameleon, and Roll Player. We also explore some of the reasons why we’re drawn to the hobby, and some of the ways board gaming is good for you.
Let us spin you a tale of adventurers from a distant realm in our review of narrative adventure game, Legacy of Dragonholt.
We go meta, with a podcast themed around themes! We share our thoughts on two Mars-themed games, Pocket Mars and Terraforming Mars, Jamie tries to identify the fake Monopoly theme in a line-up, and have a discussion about all things theme.
Find out how the two player version of popular party game Codenames rates in our review of Codenames Duet.
We discuss camping-friendly board games, and share our first impressions of Century: Eastern Wonders, Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective, Legacy of Dragonholt and Robinson Crusoe: Adventures on the Cursed Island.
Is the sequel to Century: Spice Road better or worse than the original? Find out in our review of Century: Eastern Wonders, the second game in the spice-trading trilogy.
We share our thoughts on Bunny Kingdom, Bärenpark, and Century: Spice Road, swap our board gaming pet peeves, and take another roll at the new regular feature, Gullible Gamer.