In episode 77, I take a look at the socially combative 4-6 player game Duhr: The Lesser Houses from Devious Weasel Games! Can you use your House’s proficiencies to achieve your secret agenda? I could hehe. Learn more about Duhr: The Lesser Houses by visiting: http://deviousweasel.com/ https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/246508/dhr-lesser-houses Music Intro and outro: Rainbow Street by Scott Holmes Playthrough: Toys by Steve Combs
Fairway has said before he’d never buy a legacy game, but will happily play someone else’s. Well, this past Christmas, he got Charterstone for a gift and this marks his first review of a legacy game. Find out if the “journey” was worth it. If you don’t like spoilers, then don’t read this review.
Today, Benny and guest (Derik Duley) take a look at Ravensburger’s Castles of Burgundy: The Dice Game.
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!
Not so long ago, Fairway did a preview of Go Nuts for Donuts! Today, he’s back with a brief review of the final, Kickstarted version of the game.
In episode 49, Cassie checks out a brutal card game called Psychological Warfare from DPH Games. Can you handle the mental anguish well enough to be the best in all traits?
In episode 48, we time warp back to ancient Egypt to win the affections of Pharaoh in a new game from Eagle Gryphon Games called Heir to the Pharaoh.
In episode 47, we go dinosaur wrangling in Dino Dude Ranch! A family friendly 2-5 player game that is really easy to learn, and really fun to play.
In episode 45 we’re going bird hunting in this brutal game called CATS: a sad but necessary cycle of violent predatory behavior from DPH Games. Ready to catch Edgar Allen Crow? How about Steven Seagull?
In episode 44, we look at a light word game for the whole family called Wordsy from Formal Ferret Games. Players attempt to create the highest valued word using letters revealed. The logophile in you will love this game! For more information about Wordsy, visit BoardGameGeek here, and you can find the Kickstarter here.