What is a family anyway? What's a family game? We THINK they're games you can play with your family, but some of the best rated family games are only for 2 players? What the heck?
We're going to talk about a few games that you can play with your coworkers during an average 30 minute lunch break. Oh, you wanted to eat food on your lunch break?
Recorded live (how else would you record something?) at Evansville Museum Geek & Comic Con in August 2017, this weird experiment was our panel. I think it went okay!
Don your capes, put on your masks, and join us on a rambling adventure about superhero games!
Mostly this is just us talking about some of the games that we bought at Gencon that we are excited about, as well as a few new kickstarters.
Jondi sorta had a stroke at the 21 minute mark but other than that, the episode was fine. We're on our way to GenCon (actually by the time this goes live we're already there) so this is a fluff piece. Enjoy!
Trying something different with this one. We're talking about GenCon, which is quickly approaching, and GenCan't, which is also just as quickly already happening to you right now.
For today's lesson, we learn about Pavel Chekov. How important is a theme in a game? Does it actually matter? We don't talk about any of that. This entire episode is devoted to Chekov.
Happy Birthday America! We're talking about how to get your non gaming friends into the hobby, maybe a day too late. Oh well! We also featured a special burger recipe from one of our Twitter followers!
We somehow survived Origins 2017, and we've brought back our opinions. I think this is the most tired I've ever been near audio recording equipment.