Speaker: Jared

Eat Chit & Dice – Episode 32 – GAMA 2018 Picks

A bunch of cool games were talked about recently at the GAMA trade show in Reno, Nevada. We checked out a few of them that we thought were really cool. Several really cool upcoming games! [Note: several of the games featured in this episode were made up by us for April Fools Day!]

Eat Chit & Dice – Episode 31 – Dice Games

This episode we're talking about games where the primary mechanic is rolling dice. I cut out 40 minutes of stuff from this episode (that's not an exaggeration either) so this is probably a topic we will come back to some day. Also, have you ever noticed how many dice rolling games have exclamation marks in the names? There is seriously some kind of weird thing going on with those names.

Eat Chit & Dice – Episode 30 – Games with Cattitude

Listen right meow to these adorable cat pun games! Check out these purrfect party games, meowsome... uhh... sometimes cat puns are just too much for some people. All of us at Eat Chit & Dice have a love of cats, and many board game designers do as well. Cat games are awesome, but sometimes the puns are just terrible.

Eat Chit & Dice – Episode 28 – Are We Done Yet?

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.

Eat Chit & Dice – Episode 26 – Out with the Old, In with the New – 10x10s

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!

Eat Chit & Dice – Episode 23 – 2 Player Games

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.