Execute Order 66! Hello there! And other /r/prequelmemes! We're discussing some of our top picks for GenCon 2019 in this one. How many of these games will we bring home? We're contractually obligated to let you know in the next episode!
Dangerously cheesy. We're wrapping up the mini-series on public servant themes. This one is the hottest one yet. A little shorter than usual, but we'll make it up to you soon.
Do you know how many medical rescue games there are? There's a bunch of them, and there are more coming. Worker placement, card drafting, heart attacks, and more. Another weird theme to continue our public servant series.
To kick off our series of public servant themed episodes, we're looking at police games, or at least sorta! I think many people played cops and robbers as kids, so it's not surprising to me to see that theme in board games. There are a lot of these and we only had time to pick a few, but this is a topic we will for sure revisit in the future.
Understand me son, I'm the slickest they is, I'm the quickest they is, did I say I'm the slickest they is? We're looking at a few frontier exploration, rootin' tootin' wild west games. Uhn, Big Will, Dru Hill, uhn, wiki wiki. Blame Jondi for all of this because she started singing the song.
One of Jared's favorite events, Geekway to the West, was last week. We played some games. Now let's talk about those games. There's way too many things in this episode.
We went to Nashville Tabletop Day and played some games! I don't have anything funny to say about this episode, but that doesn't mean it's not worth listening to.
We came up with around a dozen puns for the name of this episode (including a great Han Solo joke) but whatever we call it, we're talking about solo games. We've not played many solo games before this episode so it was an interesting experiment.
Dinosaurs may be extinct, but board games featuring them are as alive as ever. We took a huge list and dropped a K-T boundary inducing hunk of rock on the list to see which ones were the best. I'm also really sorry about those jokes.
Jondi went out west on the Oregon Trail so we're talking about games that you can play when you only have your phone, just like the settlers did in the 1800s! Are app versions of board games the future, or just a weird gimmick? Probably a little of both.