We all know the struggle of playing games that seem to drag on for far too long. Sure, many times the issue is that you're just learning it, or maybe someone has issues with strategy. But sometimes, the games are to blame. While Jared really enjoys games that can take entire days, Jondi does not.
Do you know the difference between roll-play and role-play? It's okay, neither do we! We're ranting about all of the dumbest characters we've ever made in various RPGs through the years, as well as talking about board games that tie in to role playing games.
New year, new 10x10. We're running through our 2017 and 2018 10x10s. Check out or 2018 games at our website, http://eatchitanddice.com/2018-10x10/ Follow along on our progress through the year as we once again try to play 100 games. Jared (knowingly) didn't rebalance the audio to sound good with the new microphones, so they sound really dry! Do you think this will get fixed for the next episode? Place your bets now!
2017 had a lot of amazing games, too many for us to talk about, but we picked a few of our favorite or most memorable games to talk about. We also both have a cheat game. See you in 2018!
As we get closer to the holidays, there are many traditions that are just weird and confusing. Want to shove games into a sock? That's great! We're talking about stocking stuffers and games that make good gifts, and yelling at a cat.
From co-ops to 2 player card games, we're going top talk about some of our favorite games that work at 2 players. A thing broke on Jared's mic so it sort of sounds like he's talking into the wrong side of it and Jondi is dying of something. Also, if you know of a deck builder that requires more than 2 players, please let me know.
We're talking about three things we did during our Extra Life event to raise money for Riley Children's Hospital. It's technically not too late to donate! http://extra-life.org/team/ecad No recipe or Kickstarter this episode, we're still recovering!
Three out of one hundred is not five percent. We're getting spooped by Mr Skeltal in these games that are perfect for playing during your Halloween parties. Ghosts and ghouls and also charity.
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?