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 Ryan look at the game Villains and Henchmen! It's a semi-cooperative card game from Ravensdale Publishing about super villains fighting off heroes to rescue one of their own.
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.
Will and Sara look at the new Age of Giants expansion to Kingdomino from Blue Orange. It adds a bunch of new tiles, a cool domino dispenser and some new "giant" meeples.
Will and Sara review Gunkimono from Renegade Game Studios. It's a tile-placement and area control game with a Japanese theme.
Will and Sara review the card game Caper from Keymaster. It's a card drafting, tableau building game about scoundrels and their thievery.
Kevin gives a quick overview of the new expansion to Clank! In Space! called Apocalypse!
Kevin and Melissa look at a prototype of the board game Terrors of London being published by Kolossal Game.
Will and Larry the Intern take a look at the new Holmes and Moriarty card game from Escape Velocity Games. It's a card drafting, strategic placement and deduction game for 2 players.
Kevin and Melissa look at an Twilight Garden - an expansion to Mystic Vale by AEG.
Kevin looks at over 20 board games launching on Kickstarter the first half of August.
July 24 — Sabotage
July 24 — Radiant: Offline Battle Arena
July 31 — Terrors of London
August 1 — Fairy God Plumber
August 1 — Simulation Theory
August 1 — Endogenesis
August 1 — Nexus
August 3 — Badly Drawn Death
August 6 — PopCats Fighters
August 7 — Hellenica
August 9 — Dreeples (Dragon Meeples)
August 10 — King Arthur's Vortex Chess
August 14 — A Thief's Fortune
August 14 — Battle Bosses
August 14 — Adrift
August 14 — Gamma Grunts
August 14 — GIFT
August 14 — Free Spacer
August — Expansion for Draconis Invasion (Wrath)
August — Nanty Narking
August — Queen Games
August — Santa Maria:American Kingdoms
August — The Dead Eye
August -- Monkey Business
August — Tranquility Base
Today we play through the new Shaky Manor from Blue Orange. It's a dexterity game that gets the whole family into a tilted treasure hunt!
Kevin and Melissa preview the new expansion to Unfair that brings four new themes to the game - Alien, B-Movie, Dinosaur, and Western.
Kevin and Melissa review Rise of Tribes published by Breaking Games.
Ryan and Katie take a quick look at Eclipse: Second Dawn for the Galaxy, an updated edition of Eclipse, from Kolossal Games.
Tantrum House does a playthru of the starter factions for War of Supremacy by Lost Treasure Games. You can mix in different factions for different game experiences for even more replayability.
On the Throwdown today Will and Sara compare two different CMON games: Potion Explosion and Gizmos. Both games involve marbles but play very differently. Which one do you enjoy more?
Kevin and Melissa look at Sailing Toward Osiris by Daily Magic Games.
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