Episode One Hundred and Thirty-Five: The Kunk



Cross-Over spectacularness as the boys from Things you probably don’t care about join us at the table along with Amanda to play Superfight! Laughs were had. Special thanks to My brother Stephen and Amanda for our theme song!

Episode One Hundred and Thirty-Three: The Samir Effect



World travelers love to tell stories of their exploits. Antoine Bauza has provided the agoraphobic with a way to have their own tale of world travels. We sit down and play Tokaido from Funforge publishing. Tim plays his own game again and Matt explains why Tokaido is better than Takenoko and how it became his favorite game of all time.

Episode One Hundred and Thirty-One: Chicken People



Backers of The Majority Complete Edition had the opportunity to pick up designer Muneyuki Yokouchi’s newest game Triks and Deserts. We take this trick taking game for a spin and realize that Jeff is the only one at the table that understands it.

Episode One Hundred and Twenty-Nine: The Tri-Wizard Tournament



Tim takes Matt, Jarrett, and Jeff through a game of Foe Hunters. This deckbuilder has a lot of interesting mechanics that intrigue Tim and Jeff, Jarrett gets confused and doesn’t know what Harry Potter is.

Note: In the episode Tim says that it doesn’t look like the campaign will be successful,  well he ate those words because the campaign funded three hours before the deadline.  Look forward to a complete review of the final product next year!

Episode One Hundred and Twenty Four: Can I Be Eaten? Yes. Am I a Person?



Five Below is a retail store that takes the principle of a dollar store and spikes it with slightly better product. They have a board game section of five dollar games which take a normal game and reskin it to be a non license infringing bootleg. We play Five Below’s version of Headbanz called Guess Again. What is this dollar store rip off like when everyone at the table has played it’s predecessor?

Episode One Hundred and Twenty One: That’s a Whale


New York getting attacked by Kaiju and Roland Emmerick is not involved!  A game designed by Richard Garfield (Pronounced Magic:the Gathering)  and produced by Iello games King of New York has you attempt to destroy New York and the other monsters attacking the city.  With a card that allows the Statue of Liberty to become Sentient and attack with you how can you go wrong?