Pick Up & Deliver 223: April 2020 Top of the Stack – Brendan shares his monthly game play update, sharing what games he’s played and how much progress he’s made on his various goals and tasks for play.
Pick Up & Deliver 222: Fun Paperwork – Brendan shares some of the parts of games that he enjoys that resonate with the bureaucratic part of his life. File your TPS forms and join us, won’t you?
Pick Up & Deliver 221: Locke & Key (Themestorm) – Brendan ponders what a game built on the comic book and/or show Locke & Key would be like.
Pick Up & Deliver 220: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Root, and Tiny Epic Dinosaurs (Shootin’ from the Hip) – Brendan shares his first thoughts about a few new games he’s played — that’s right, it’s a Shootin’ from the Hip Triple-shot.
Pick Up & Deliver 219: The ‘geek Asks #4 – Brendan continues his narcissistic project of assuming all questions on Boardgame Geek are aimed at him, and answers them without reading the posts. Join us for the hilarity, won’t you?
Pick Up & Deliver 218: BG Sommelier – COViD-19 – Brendan shares his thinking about some thematic pairings relating to the current world pandemic.
Pick Up & Deliver 217: Carbon City Zero, Broom Service, Le Havre (Shootin’ from the Hip Triple Shot) – Brendan shares his early reactions to: an action-selection game, a classic worker placement game, and a the nice tight deck-builder. Join us, won’t you?
Pick Up & Deliver 216: Games in the time of Coronavirus – Brendan discusses his thinking about how to do some remote gaming for his game group if it gets shut down due to Corona virus. What are the best ways to create live events to bring people together?
Pick Up & Deliver 215: Campaign and Legacy Games – Brendan shares his thinking about legacy games, campaign games, what makes them work or fail, and how to approach playing them.
Pick Up & Deliver 214: Elections (Board Game Sommelier) – Brendan explores the subject of “Elections” as your curator of experiences, your Board Game Sommelier. Sample this flight of pairings about voting, corruption, fascism, and hope. Join us, won’t you?