Kevin shares his thoughts about the "10" highest funded board games that launched on Kickstarter in 2017.
Liam worked hard to put together a list of the top 10 board games that he thinks your kids would enjoy as Christmas gifts. These are 100% playtested and kid approved!
Will and Sara take a look at two different card games from Escape Velocity. Their themes are based on classic pieces of literature. Find out what your hosts think of their gameplay in this review!
Will and Lincoln take a quick look today at the new Codenames Marvel. It's the latest addition to the Codenames line and it's full of amazing comic book art!
Today Will and Sara match up Flipships, from Renegade Game Studios, and Mars Open, from Bellwether Games, in the Tantrum House Throwdown. Which game would fit best on your shelf?
Kevin and Melissa share the favorite Kickstarter games that they reviewed in 2017.
Will and Sara take a look at CMON's new 13 Clues game. It's a deduction game with a familiar theme and lots of quick thinking!
Kevin and Melissa are transported to the enchanted lands in this new game from Renegade Game Studios.
Will and Sara look at the game Root: A Game of Woodland Might and Right. They explain some of the basics to the game and show off some prototype components. You can find it on Kickstarter right now!
Kevin and Melissa look at Gearworks - goo.gl/GRwq2b
Today on the Throwdown Will and Liam look at two different domino tile-placement games. They stack up Kingdomino, from Blue Orange, and Lanterns from Foxtrot. Whose corner are you in?
Kevin and Melissa review Sundae Split published by Renegade Games.
Kevin and Melissa share their thoughts about New York Slice by Bezier Games.
Will and Sara look at Loot the Body, from The B Team Games, today. It's a quick-paced card playing, dice rolling, dungeon crawling adventure for 2–5 players.
On the Throwdown today Will and Sara compare Barenpark from Mayfair Games, and Cottage Garden from Stronghold Games. Which one do you enjoy more?
Ryan, Katie and Sara play through Loot the Body on this episode. It's a card and dice game with a little bit of dexterity in there and scratches a little bit of that dungeon crawl itch. It's from The B Team Games and it's coming to Kickstarter soon.
Today Will and Sara review Dragon's Hoard from Renegade Games. It's a set collection card game with some fun illustrations that plays in about 30-40 minutes
We're excited to be a part of this year's charity auction by Stonemaier Games! If you would like to support a worthy cause, and get a chance at winning Charterstone (the critically acclaimed new game from Stonemaier Games) then please take a moment right now to visit the auction page on boardgamegeek. And whether you bid or not you can show your support for Tantrum House by giving us a thumbs up on the page!
Tantrum House will be using the funds from the auction to support our local Ronald McDonald House. You can learn more about their organization here.
Thanks for your support! And good luck on getting the highest bid!
Kevin and Melissa review Asking for Trobils by Breaking Games.
Ryan and Katie take a look at By Order of the Queen by Junk Spirit Games.
Today on the Throwdown Sara and Ryan compare Crossfire, from Plaidhat Games, and The Resistance from Indie Boards and Cards. Which corner are you in?
Sara and Liam put together a review of Academy Games's 1775. It's an area control game based on the American Revolution.
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