In Episode 140, Brendan shares his plans for which games he will bring on his trip to Iceland — games that pack small and play well with one or two only.
In Episode 139, Brendan shares brief discussions of two short topics – the ongoing experience of Terraforming Mars and a chat he had with his son about what kinds of games he likes.
Episode 138: Brendan shares the contents of his new adjunct shelf of opportunity just for expansions, which he’s calling “Expand YourShelf.”
In episode 137, Brendan shares some thoughts about a game he has just tried and learned, Underwater Cities, from PUaD beloved designer Vladimir Suchy.
Brendan talks about four games that survive cull after cull even though he has only played them once. Check out these four games he wants to play again!
Brendan shares the top of the stack report for the beginning of April, giving you a sense of what he played in March. Brendan’s March Top of the Stack report Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game Reykholt Pocket Dragon Star
In Episode 134, Brendan shares a new segment where he reflects on his own jealousy of other gamers, gives a quick response to a new game, and does a “Shootin’ from the Hip” segment for the 2017 Mac Gerts game Transatlantic.
It’s the return of the Board Game Sommelier segment. Brendan explores several themes related to SPRING, suggests films to watch that engage with that theme, and offers board game accompaniments.
Brendan talks a bit about what he’s been playing, particularly older games he’s revisited in the last few weeks. Games discussed: Olympus Mysterium Elder Sign Newton Underwater Cities Transatlantic What games have you revisited lately? Are they holding up, or
Brendan shares a brief discussion of five different “escape room” tabletop games, comparing the experience and describing what they are like to play.