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We’ll Get You In a Program
In this Season 5 episode of The Board Game Show podcast, Scott Bogen and Keith Matejka talk about Keith’s upcoming game, Skulk Hollow. The dice-rolling game Las Vegas is discussed, and there’s some fun talk about games that feature stories,… Read More ›
A Review of Star Cartel
Fans of the hit series Firefly will immediately understand what’s going on in Star Cartel by Osprey Games. Jayne Cobb: What’re we expectin’ to find here that equals the worth of a turd? This light economic, smuggling-themed game for 3-6… Read More ›
A Review of Samurai Gardner
Even a samurai needs time to unwind at the end of a long day. Some attend to the gardens of their feudal lords, and that’s where you come in. Samurai Gardner is a new game from Osprey Games that challenges… Read More ›
Don’t Forget About the Mother Ship
In this Season 5 episode of The Board Game Show podcast, Scott Bogen and Keith Matejka talk about GrandCon, Kingdomino, 878 Vikings, Fantasy Realms and Flip Ships. All this and more. Let’s begin now, shall we? Stream Episode 43 (Don’t… Read More ›
Who Doesn’t Want to Play LEGO Batman?
In this episode, Scott Bogen and Keith Matejka talk about their experiences at Gen Con 2017, including Klask, Photosynthesis, Pack O’ Games, and The Networks. Also, who needs a shower? All this and more. Let’s begin now, shall we? Stream… Read More ›
A Review of Kingdomino
Everyone knows about the classic game of Dominoes where you connect matching ends that form chains and generate points. As a kid, my idea of Dominoes usually involved standing them up in long lines for the purpose of pushing the… Read More ›
Review of The Lost Expedition Game
At the turn of the 20th Century, if your spouse said he was going to map out the unexplored regions of the Amazon, you’d best kiss his ass goodbye. Unless his name was Percy Fawcett. In this case, you would… Read More ›