Sunday! Podcast Day! Our newest episode is all about Jason and Wil’s Origins 2019 trip and some other stuff about Charlie and Matt’s Weekend. Start planning your trip for next year, we’ve got great ideas for you.
Places to eat in Columbus
Hear about the games we played
Also hear about the games we bought
Free Magic Mini Masters at 10 a.m. every day. (Free booster pack of War of The Spark)
Best place to make brown in the convention center
I would also like to add that we didn’t discuss the Origins 2019 Math Trade, but recommend it if you drive to the convention so you can save on shipping for trades! Here is a link to all of the math trades on BGG. Head to the last page of that forum post for the latest available math trades.
Welcome to another Episode of your finest men talking about board games and other indecent THINGS! On today’s show we take a little looksie-lou at Torres. A nice stacking game where you want to get your knights to the top of the highest and widest castles. Designed by Wolfgang Kramer and Michael Kiesling. The version we played was published by Ravensburger. We will also be discussing all of these dang topics:
We hope you’re having a very merry national holiday weekend. We’re playing Nētā-Tanka. A Native American themed worker placement game where you almost always probably want to get links.!. Designed by Hervé Rigal. Published by La Boîte de Jeu.
Today we look at a game that isn’t out quite yet. A future Kickstarter game designed by Dustin Freund published by Innocent Traveler Games. This game makes you roll dice to beat the bad guys who stole your brother/son and took him into the haunted farmhouse. At it’s core it’s a spooky storytelling RPG where you cooperatively possibly save your brother/son.