Kevin looks at Western Legends published by Kolossal Games.
Will and Sara review the new Oregon Trail board game from Pressman. It harkens back to the classic video game full of broken wagon wheels, hunting, and dysentery. Will your family survive the Oregon trail?
Kevin and Melissa look at Orbis published by Space Cowboys and will be released at Essen Game Fair 2018.
Katie and Ryan take a look at Dice and Dragons from Golden Egg Games. It's a cooperative dice rolling game of dragon slaying combat for up to 5 players.
Will and Sara look at the new Railroad Rivals game from Forbidden Forest. It's a tile placement, bidding and economic game for 1–5 players.
Kevin and Melissa review Spell Smashers published by Renegade Game Studios.
The whole family gets together for this episode and takes a look at the five Queenie expansions to the Spiel des Jahres nominee, Luxor, from Queen Games. This gateway, set collection, strategic movement game is great for the whole family. And the expansions make the experience even better!
Will and Sara take a look at Jungli-La from Tasty Minstrel Games. It's a strategic movement, dice, and card game.
Will and Sara review Trade On The Tigris from TMG. It's a set collection, trading game that's set in a gorgeous Mesopotamian themed world and it's lots of fun for the whole family.
Will and Sara review the board game War Chest from AEG. This strategy, area control game has got some fantastic components and equally elegant gameplay.
Kevin and Melissa review the Rocky Mountains expansion for Whistle Stop by Bezier Games.
Kevin and Melissa preview a prototype of Skylands being published by Queen Games.
Kevin and Melissa review Arboretum reprinted and updated by Renegade Game Studios.
Kevin and Melissa review Wendake published by Renegade Game Studios.
Kevin gives a quick overview of Pantone: the Game from Cryptozoic Entertainment. A pattern recognition party game!
Katie and Ryan take a look at the Smash Up: Bigger Geekier Box and Oops, You Did It Again! expansion. These two additions to AEG's Smash Up line bring some fun new factions with new mechanics.
Kevin and Melissa review Between Two Castles of Mad King Ludwig board game published by Stonemaier Games with Bezier Games.
Today Will and Sara match up two card games from Pandasaurus Games: The Mind and The Game. Which one do you prefer more?
Will and Sara review Warsaw: City of Ruins from North Star Games and Granna. This city-building game is for 2-4 players and retells the history tale of the city of Warsaw.
Will and Sara review the board game Pioneer Days from TMG. It's a dice drafting and action selection game for 2–4 players.
Katie and Ryan take a look at Herbalism. It's a deductive reasoning game for 3-4 players from Deep Water Games.
Will and Larry the Intern take a look at the new Pirate 21 card game from Indie Board and Cards.
Will and Sara review the board game Montana from Big Kid Games. It's a worker placement and tile placement game that plays super quick.
Kevin and Melissa review Round House released in the US by Deep Water Games.
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