Matt and Richard look at Tortuga 1667, a hidden identity game of backstabbing, piracy and loot. This is also available to watch on YouTube, links below.
Matt and Richard discuss Roll Player, a strategic game of dice management and placement with an RPG setting. This episode is also available to watch on our YouTube channel, links below. If you enjoy this episode, please leave us a positive review as it really helps us out.
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Eidetic Seeing – “It’s Brick Out”
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Matt and Richard review Star Trek Ascendancy by Gale Force Nine, a 3 player game (more with expansions) that allows each player to take control of an asymmetrical Star Trek faction. This is also available on YouTube, links further down.
We look at the kickstarter game Drawing Dead by John Fiorillo, a weird west card game based on poker with a twist, and some interesting added elements.
We look at Dreamwars by Royal Art Games, a game that blends Steampunk with games in the style of Descent.
Matt and Richard look at Tyrants of the Underdark, a D&D themed board game of deckbuilding and area control.
This is also available to watch on Youtube, as well as a 5 minute version of the review, links further down.
Matt and Richard look at the Lovecraftian horror game that offers something a bit different by placing you on the side of the cultists! Which of the elder gods will you try to bring to Earth?
In episode 32 we look at Letters From Whitechapel, a 1-vs-all game of secret movement and deduction in which 1 player takes on the role of Jack The Ripper, and the other players assume the role of the police in an attempt to stop Jack before he can strike again! You can also watch this episode on YouTube (links below)
In episode 31 we talk a look at Above and Below, a game of storytelling, adventure and village building, from Ryan Laukat and Red Raven Games. You can also watch this episode on YouTube (links below in description).
**Due to technical issues (possibly related to Loyalist activity) this episode which was due to be published on the 21st of August failed to upload. We apologize for that, and will seek new ways to keep those pesky cultists off of the interwebs.**
We look at the Martin Wallace game A Study In Emerald (second edition), a game based on the story of the same name by Neil Gaiman, which blends real history with both Sherlock Holmes and the Cthulhu Mythos by HP Lovecraft. Ypu can also watch this review on YouTube.