Pick Up & Deliver 283: Rules Blunders Revisited – Brendan returns to a topic he covered nearly two years ago, “Rules Blunders,” and discusses a few new mistakes he’s made, and how they affect the experience of the games.
Pick Up & Deliver 266: Gentle Conflict Mechanisms, part 1 – Brendan begins a discussion of conflict mechanisms that allow for player interaction that doesn’t seem so vicious. Continued in Part 2.
Pick Up & Deliver 260: Stay Cool, Mariposas, Egizia: Shifting Sands (Shootin’ from the Hip – Triple Shot) – Brendan talks about three games he’s tried for the first time recently. Join us, won’t you?
Episode 231 – Brendan shares his thinking about the five different kinds of solo games he plays, and gives examples of each. Join us, won’t you?
Gaia Project Vs Wingspan and Spirit Island Vs Arkham Horror faceoff against one another in the March Mayhem tournament each seeking the glory that can only be found in Ultimate Victory!
Pick Up & Deliver 203: 2019 Game Awards – Brendan shares a light overview of his 2019 games played and offers some silly “awards” to the games.
Pick Up & Deliver 183: Medium Complexity (Depth vs. Complexity, part 2) – Brendan continues his discussion of Depth vs. Complexity, started in episode 182. In this episode, he discusses games of Medium Complexity.
Brendan shares some answers to a few brief questions that were posted in the BoardGameGeek guild this weekend. #3269 Games I played this week: Tides of Time, Wingspan, Small World. Forgot My Dice podcast Questions answered today Other games mentioned
Brendan explores the similarities between London and Wingspan, two engine building games that he’s playing a lot this year. Show Notes Forgot My Dice podcast, episode 56 London, 2nd edition Wingspan
Brendan shares his board game pairings to accompany films or novels about this episode’s topic: Winter. Show notes: Fargo can be paired with Mountains of Madness or TIME Stories: Expedition Endurance. Iron Will can be paired with RAIDS (honorable mention – Snow Tails) A Christmas Story‘s beautiful window scene feels cozy and