Rick and Morty: Total Rickall

Who are real, and who is a parasite? Total Rickall the card game is based on the Rick and Morty episode of the same name. You don’t need to be familiar with the show to play the game, but you should probably try it out. Seriously. Don’t be a Jerry. 

Discworld Ankh-Morpork from Martin Wallace

Terry Pratchett’s Discworld book series made him famous, and has spawned a number of games. Matt and Richard discuss Discworld Ankh-Morpork, a card driven area control game with hidden roles by Martin Wallace, one of the more popular of those games.

Game of Blame from Warm Acre

Matt and Richard discuss Game Of Blame, a card game about shirking your responsibility, from Warm Acre.

Vast The Crystal Caverns from Leder Games

Matt and Richard discuss their experience of Vast The Crystal Caverns, an asymmetrical game from Leder Games. 

Archer Once You Go Blackmail, a Love Letter game from AEG

Matt and Richard talk about Archer Once You Go Blackmail, a Love Letter game from AEG based on the antics of the world’s greatest secret agent, Sterling Archer. For a full breakdown of the rules and components, please take a look at the video by King Of Nerds.

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This episode was hosted by Matt and Richard, and featured narration by Greyskarn The Black. It featured the following songs:
Phonotrash “Time Bending” – Eidetic Seeing “It’s Brick Out”

Pandemic: Reign Of Cthulhu

Pandemic and Pandemic Legacy have both been hugely popular. Matt and Richard take a look at Pandemic: Reign of Cthulhu, one of the Pandemic variants, which has been set in the mythos world of H.P. Lovecraft.

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This episode was hosted by Matt and Richard, and featured narration by both The Herald and Greyskarn The Black. It featured the following songs:
Dark Asylum “Soul Swallow” – Eidetic Seeing “It’s Brick Out”

Temp Worker Assassins by David Newton

Matt and Richard discuss the deck building game Temp Worker Assassins by David Newton.

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This episode was hosted by Matt and Richard, and featured narration by Greyskarn The Black. It featured the following songs:
Astrometrics “Ram It Up Their Snout” – Eidetic Seeing “It’s Brick Out”

Tragedy Looper by Z-Man Games

Matt and Richard discuss Tragedy Looper, the English language reprint of a 2011 Japanese game, in which time is looping and 1 player is the evil mastermind, while other players take the roles of protagonists trying to identify the roles of various characters and stop tragic incidents from happening.

#5 Martians: A Story of Civilization by Red Imp Games

Martians: A Story of Civilization has taken a certain amount of criticism for it’s rulebook. Matt and Richard present their take on the rulebook, and discuss whether or not there is a good game hidden behind it.

Intro: Astrometrics “Ram It Up Their Snout” – Credits: Eidetic Seeing “It’s Brick Out”

Martians: A Story Of Civilization was successfully funded through a kickstarter campaign by Red Imp Games.

#4 Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective & Mythos Tales

In this episode, Matt and Richard discuss the investigation and story telling game Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective from Ystari Games and Mythos Tales from 8th Summit, a Lovecraftian game of storytelling and investigation.
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Intro: Transient – “Spooky Outro” – Credits: Eidetic Seeing – “It’s Brick Out”