Mon, 19 October 2015
Welcome to week 47!! This week I talk a few games, since I actually got to play a game every day this week with the exception of Sunday.
Carcassonne with Expansions
Castles of Burgundy
Then Joe and Chris from the Carboard Architects podcast join us to talk a bit about games they've been playing from a designer standpoint and why Dominion, Ascension and Star Realms feel too solitarish. 15:44
After that I answer a question from our BGG Guild page about my RPG experience. Thank you Aaron and Stephanie for that question!
World's Fair 1893
The Great Dinosaur Rush
Only one acquisition this week but it let to a bit of retrospection, Snowdonia.
Question for the listeners and readers:
What is your favorite RPG setting, and what would be your favorite class to play. Or, if you’re more into the independent RPGs like Fiasco and such, what is your favorite RPG system?
Don’t forget, we love feedback and I hope that you all can see that any feedback that we’ve gotten so far we’ve tried to run with and make the show better. I’m thinking of adding bumper music in between segments as that’s something that I’ve always been told is a good thing to do to make the show sound more professional, but that’s not going to be an immediate thing, but I’ll be working on finding the right music to guide us through segments. Also, if anyone, and I mean anyone, wants to contribute, we’d love it. I like making this show with a few more voices than mine and my family, which I need to get back on soon, but they’ve been busy, well most of them have, AnnaBeth has no excuse. Just shoot me a message on Board Game Geek, Twitter, email or smoke signals for that matter. Just let me know. Also, I hate to ask for reviews, but I’d love to see a review or two up on iTunes if folks have the time and feel like they’d like to give us a good review.
But most of all I just want to say, Thank you for listening and we’ll be back next week at the same time, same place. Have a great week!
Direct download: Week_47.mp3
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