In episode 69 I take a look at a game set called Monster Dice by Brian Edwards. Monster Dice comes with carved dice which look like monsters, and candy cards. Using these components, players can choose to play an array of games, including the two I show you in this video, Candy Grab and Sugar Rush.
In episode 68 I take a look at the trick-taking game Dia de los Muertos by Jolly Roger Games and UltraPRO. Beautiful art and interactive mechanics, a two thumbs up from me! The game comes with some awesome goodies also!
Finally! All teams are ready to go, your cargo hold is readily stocked, and your species is SO ready to hit the galaxy and start exploring. Your species has worked very hard to build back up to this point, and now you’re finally prepared to begin the journey into space and take your species’ long-awaited Stellar Leap.
In episode 67, we push clans of peasants to become lords and demons in the 2-4 player game Four Towers: A Journey of Lords and Demons.
Welcome to the learn-to-play video for Ancient Artifacts by Derik Duley.
Superbeings Jumbo Card Game brings players into battle with humongous cards and entertaining characters as each player attacks one another, attempting to win by knocking out each other’s Superbeings.
Imagine dueling with a great adversary over the power to control, say…The Lockness Monster? Or Bigfoot? In Terrible Monster, you yourself will fight your opponent to the death for greatness and glory, but most of all, the power harnessed within the Terrible Monster by Sweet Lemon.
When I was young, I was not allowed to watch TV nor read books about magic and magic-related themes. I did it anyway. YES, I was a rebel. Sneaking up at 5:30AM to catch an episode of the magical girl, Sailor Moon, or creeping into the parent’s room while they cooked to catch some Cardcaptors (pun not intended at first, but now I INTEND it). I always had a fascination with magic and crazy worlds that surrounded it. Mind you I am NOT talking about Wicca, but about the fantastical magic. You know, energy beams shooting out of your hands, the ability to shapeshift, flying around on brooms, the whole shebang. I also specifically loved Japanese magical folklore. I read a lot of manga growing up, and just wanted so bad to be magical. Don’t get me wrong, I still do.HOWEVER now that I have fully engulfed myself into the world that…
In episode 66 we draft letters in hopes of spelling the most valuable word each round in the 2-4 player game, Movable Type, by Robin David. For more information about Movable Type, visit: Robin-David.com BoardGameGeek.com
In episode 65, we travel to Oaxaca City and play the part of a crafter, trying to sell handicrafts in the marketplace in the game Oaxaca: Crafts of a Culture.