Kevin and Melissa take a look at Gearworks published by Piecekeeper Games.
Will and Sara give a preview of the board game Raccoon Tycoon from Forbidden Games. It's a set collection and bidding game that's coming to Kickstarter soon.
Kevin looks at over 20 board games launching the 1st half of July 2018.
Here's the list of games with launch dates:
July 2 MIremarsh
July 2 expansion to Zombie Doctor
July 2 Build it
July 3 The Abandons
July 3 Sea of Plunder
July 3 Snowdonia Deluxe Master Set
July 3 Unspoken Chronicles
July 9 Villagers
July 10 Corporate Times
July 10 Death May Die
July 10 Jetpack Joyride
July 10 Rurik: Dawn of Kiev
July 10 Eclipse
July 10 The Island of El Dorado (reprint and expansion)
July 10 Tiny Trees
July 10 Mapmaker
July 11 Pumpkin Patch: Bad Seeds
July 11 Thug Life
July 12 Incoming Transmission
July 15 Era of Kingdoms
1st half of July Lovelace and babbage
Early July D Day Operation Overlord
Early July Escape the Fest
Kevin and Melissa look at Planecrafters being published by Paisley Board Games.
Will and Sara take a look at the game Dragon Castle from CMON today. It's a tile placement game based on Mahjong but with some truly elegant additions.
Tantrum House plays a prelude to the Apocalypse Escape Game being published by Argyx Games.
Kevin and Meliss compare to route building games in today's Throwdown. TIcket to Ride Europe from Days of Wonder and Thurn and Taxis from Rio Grande Games. Which one is your fav?
Kevin and Melissa look at Fantastic Factories on Kickstarter.
Katie and Ryan take a look at the game Manaforge from Mystic Tiger Games. It's a dice rolling, card drafting, engine building game for 2-4 players about crafting magic items.
Kevin and Melissa look at a prototype of the Sea Expansion for Coldwater Crown being published by Bellwether Games.
Katie and Ryan take a look at Rise of Moloch from CMON.
Kevin and Melissa look at Viticulture Essential Edition published by Stonemaier Games.
Link to Top Shelf Gamer bundles - http://bit.ly/TSG-TH-Vit18
Kevin looks at over 20 board games launching on Kickstarter the 1st half of June 2018. He also talks about our latest contest, AND our brand new Board Game State t-shirt :D
May 30 — The Hunters AD 2114
June 1 — Aaru
June 1 — Escape Games in a box
June — When Cutie Met Patootie
End of May/Early June — 18Lilliput
June 4 — Supreme Leader
June 4 — Hey Comrade
June 5 — Circuit Breaker
June 5 — Neta-Tanka
June 11 — Gorus Maximus
June 5 — Battle Bosses (Minitiatures game)
June 5 — Air Flix
June 7 — Mythic Battles Pantheon
June 7 — Arenabots
June 10 — Solar City
June 12 — Solomon Kane
June 12 — Inoka
June 12 — Witless Wizards
June 12 — Evil Corp
June 14 — Dahlgaard's Academy
June 14 — Rising for the Throne
June 12 — Planecrafters
Mid-June — So Ded
Mid June — Startropolis
Will and Sara review the 2-player game Prowler's Passage from Renegade Game Studios. It's an abstract strategy game with a slick theme and some unique components.
Kevin looks at a prototype of The Villagers being published by Black Forest Studios.
Kevin and Melissa review Mistborn House War published by Crafty Games.
Kevin looks at a prototype of Villagers being published by Sinister Fish Games.
Kevin looks at a prototype of MourneQuest being published by Back Spindle Games.
Kevin looks at a prototype of The Seals of Cthulhu being published by Thing 12 Games.
We've just launched a new t-shirt design on our online store and on our Etsy page! Represent your home state with pride at the next board game convention you attend wearing one of these 50 designs! Order now to have them in time for Origins and GenCon!
Ryan and Katie look at New Corp Order from 2Tomatoes.
Will and Sara review the game Fog of Love from Hush Hush Games. It's a board game that allows you to create your own romantic comedy. Fantastic quality components and an interesting story-telling mechanic make Fog of Love a unique experience for two players.
Today on the Throwdown Ryan and Katie take a look at two different base-attacking, variable player power, board games and share their thoughts. Which game is your favorite?
Will and Sara take a look at the strategy game, Way of the Panda, from CMON. They give a quick overview of how the game is played and then share their thoughts about the mechanics, artwork, and overall experience in this area control and action selection board game.
Kevin and Melissa look at a prototype of Herbaceous Sprouts being published by Pencil First Games.
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