Category Archives: The Quest Report Podcast

EPISODE 19: MULTIUNVERSUM from Board and Dice

The labs at CERN are in disarray. An experiment has gone wrong, leaving portals to terrifying alternate dimensions wide open. Do you have what it takes to close the portals and win a Nobel Prize? The Meeples look at Multiuniversum from Board and Dice Games. 

EPISODE 17: UK Games Expo 2017, inc Legends Untold & Farsight

In a special segment of The Quest Report, we talk about our trip to the UK Games Expo 2017 (UKGE). We discuss the things we enjoyed about the event, talk about a couple of the games we saw and played there (in particular Legends Untold and Farsight), and offer some tips to anyone planning to go to next years Expo. 

EPISODE 16: Mansions Of Madness Part 2 – Addressing the criticisms and comparing the app

Following on from last week, we present the second part of our Mansions Of Madness special. This time we discuss some of it’s criticisms, and consider how the app compares to the app for Descent.

Mansions of Madness (Second Edition)

In the first of a 2 part special we look at the Lovecraftian sci-fi horror game Mansions of Madness (Second Edition) from Fantasy Flight Games in this episode, and in next weeks episode we’ll discuss some of it’s criticisms, and consider how the app compares to the app for Descent.

Room 25 and Room 2 Season 2

Inspired by science fiction films such as Cube and Tron, Room 25 by Matagot is all about trying to survive, explore and escape a maze of deadly rooms. But can you trust the people around you? Matt and Richard take a look at Room 25 and its first expansion, Season 2, from Matagot.

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.