Mon, 7 September 2015
What Did You Play This Week Podcast Thing Week 41!!! Avalanche at Yeti Mountain Preview, NY 1901 Review
Another game day at Missouri River Regional Library meant lots of games played over the weekend. Labor Day BBQ and swimming on Sunday meant the episode was delayed until Monday, but I hope everyone enjoys it just the same.
We talk Codenames, Castles of Mad King Ludwig, Tokaido, Sheriff of Nottingham, Targi and World's Fair 1893(be on the lookout for a preview of that one soon). We also give our preview for Green Couch Games' newest offering Avalanche at Yeti Mountain(8:52) and The Eric Booth returns with a review of New York 1901(18:46).
We talk about a few active Kickstarter projects and a few that are on the near horizon that we should all be keeping a lookout for.
Have a great week everyone!!
Mon, 31 August 2015
Well Week 40 is upon us and on the Podcast this week we preview the upcoming game from Eduardo Baraf and Pencil First Games, GemPacked Cards, even Kerensa, Gabby and AnnaBeth join me to talk about it, my apologies for AnnaBeth, she apparently woke up as we were starting to record and wanted to be heard.
Other games talked about are Avalanche at Yeti Mountain, Villa Paletti, The Magic Labyrinth, Cacao and Murder of Crows.
Kickstarter talk was all about Tabletopia and Dingo's Dreams.
I also give my four rules to abide by while sharing game time or really any time with me.
Also, if interested in providing a voice for the podcast to talk about whatever you want to talk about that is game related, be sure to let me know at email@example.com
Have a great week everyone!
Mon, 24 August 2015
It seems it was a two player game kind of week with plays of Twilight Struggle, Targi and Akrotiri all played and discussed.
This week we have a special guest review of the now available from Mayday Games game, Viceroy, from Eric Booth at 11:15.
Lots of Kickstarter discussion including current projects, Dingo's Dreams and the Button Shy Wallet Series. Also lots of talk about what's coming in September!! Next week we'll have our preview out for GemPacked Cards and possibly for Avalanche at Yeti Mountain, although the latter may have to wait until the following week.
Have a great week everyone!!!
Mon, 17 August 2015
Short week of gaming this week, but a long week of gaming work. I've got two interviews for you all in this episode, but first we do talk about some DrachenStark, Castles of Mad King Ludwig and some Star Realms.
I even mention a new Kickstarter that launched this week from Red Raven Games, Dingo's Dreams.
But the meat of this week's podcast are two interviews with a couple of really fantastic people, Ken Grazier and Paul Rogan.
We talk to both about their experiences at this year's GenCon. Ken is kind of a regular and this was Paul's first time.
Ken's Interview starts at the 6:18 mark, and you can hear Paul at the 23:36 mark.
I owe both of these guys a huge thanks and I really do appreciate them taking the time to be interviewed for the show.
Be sure to check them out online.
Paul can be found at http://gaming-rules.com/
Ken can be found at http://geek-craft.com/wordpress/
I'll have more links for them on the blog.
Sun, 9 August 2015
Great week of gaming, including plays of GemPacked Cards, a playtest of a new game from Vital Lacerda, Lisboa, JurassAttack!, Five Tribes, Elysium, Ashes & Castles of Mad King Ludwig. I had Ray and Bern from my local game group join me on Saturday for a few games. Kickstarter news is all about New Bedford, as that's the only thing tickling my Kickstarter acquisition disorder at the moment, but I'm sure that will change any minute.
Kerensa joins me on this podcast to talk for a few minutes as well.
Hope everyone has a fantastic week!!
Last week's geeklist: https://boardgamegeek.com/geeklist/194653/what-did-you-play-week-832015
Mon, 3 August 2015
Week 36 rolls in with a whimper but goes out with a bit of a roar with 2 games played on Sunday to salvage a gameless week. Touch on GemPacked Cards a bit, but look for a preview for it in the next week or two and we also got in a first play of the game Rokoko, which I thought was a fantastic two player game, hopefully Kerensa felt the same and we'll get it back to the table this week.
Kickstarter talk was all about New Bedford and the lack of Consequential on Kickstarter.
Last but not least I wrap up talking about why I started doing the podcast and blog. In short, I don't know how to do anything the easy way.
Have a great week!!!
Mon, 27 July 2015
Week 35 rolls in with all the vengeance of a summer that feels as if it were scorned or not taken seriously, man it's been hot.
Not a whole lot of gaming even though we did have a meetup this past week, but we are gearing up for GenCant and I was the guest on the Docking Bay 94 Podcast and had a fantastic time talking with Jason and Jason, along with learning a bit about podcasting.
Also talked a bit about the origin of the podcast, here's the subscription link to the weekly geeklist and thread, please join in the conversation if you want, we'd love to have you join in.
Sun, 19 July 2015
This week was a fantastic week of gaming, with 11 plays of 7 different games, two of those had been living in the dust for over a year.
Gabby and AnnaBeth join me for a few to chat about the week as well.
Kickstarter was pretty slow for me this past week, I backed nothing new and just keep riding the Hocus and JurassAttack! train.
We finish up the podcast with the continuation of our Top 10 games we are looking forward to come GenCon 2015. We won't be there, but that doesn't mean we can't help fuel the hype and get a bit excited ourselves.
Also, don't forget to check out and join in the fun that is #GenCant, find out more information at www.gencant.com.
Have a great week!!
Sun, 12 July 2015
After some setbacks, I rallied and got a fairly decent podcast out this week I think. Not a lot of games played this week, just a play of Eggs and Empires and then a play of Open Sesame. Acquisitions were in full swing though and the Kickstarter hits just keep coming, although Carson City Big Box is wrapping up soon, so if you are wanting to get in on that, be sure to do so quickly.
One of my friends from our local gaming group wanted to record a bit about a game he had played so I said "Let's do it", so please welcome Ray to the podcast, he's here discussing Eminent Domain: Microcosm. You can find Ray on twitter @instgamereview and he also has a review channel over on Youtube, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWiND_d2a4GqIWLpjUKTcCQ/videos give him a watch over there.
We close out the week with some Gen Con talk and my 10-6 list of games that I would rush to buy/demo at Gen Con this year, 5-1 will be here next week!
Mon, 29 June 2015
Good week of gaming with a lot of online games, played 5 games on Board Game Arena this week. Also got Last Will to the table for the first time and Transylvania: Curses and Traitors. Sunday saw some goofing off with AnnaBeth and Gabby with One Night Ultimate Werewolf and Arboretum, which led to our first "official" review for the podcast. Kerensa also joins me to talk a bit about Arboretum after my review to give a different view of the game.
Kickstarter continues to take a chunk out of my wallet, with The Gallerist, Carson City and now Hocus. Be sure to check those projects out.