Pick Up & Deliver 360: Welcome to… (Message from the Deep) – Brendan does a “deep dive” discussion of Welcome to…, the suburb-themed roll and write game. Join us, won’t you?
Pick Up & Deliver 277: Good Sports and Sore Losers – Apropos of nothing in particular, Brendan talks about how games and players encourage players to be good sports and help discourage players and play that spawns sore losers. Join us, won’t you?
Pick Up & Deliver 276: Backstage on Halloween among the Bad News Bears (Shootin’ from the Hip – Expansions) – Brendan shares his thoughts on his early plays of three expansions to games he enjoys. Join us, won’t you?
Pick Up & Deliver 248: My top games for more mechanisms suggested by the guild, part 5 – Brendan continues his ongoing discussion of games, organized by mechanism. This is part 5 in the series.
Pick Up & Deliver 230: 52 Games in 52 Weeks – Brendan shares his current progress on the 52 game challenge. He shares the games he’s played, the games he’s thinking about playing, and the prompts that have him stumped. Join us, won’t you?
PU&D 227: Rando-writers – Brendan talks about several recent randomize-and-write games he’s played lately. This includes “Roll and Writes,” “Flip and Writes,” and other games that involve randomized bits and then a written bit. 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 210: Top 8 and Highlights of 2018 – In this episode, Brendan quickly shares his top 8 games of 2018, then discusses in a bit more detail some commentary about a few other games from 2018.
Episode 163 takes up a question from Douglas in the Pick Up and Deliver guild – what are some good games to give as wedding gifts? Join us as we consider the answers offered by listeners and what insights Brendan
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.