Kickstarters of the Week: 1/24

January is wrapping up (although not quite this week) and it looks like the annual Kickstarter drought has finally ended. We’ve got an interesting batch of Kickstarters of the Week for you to check out today. And if you missed it last Friday, we posted our Most Anticipated Board Games of 2022. Check it out!…

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277 – Top 10 Family Games coming in 2022 – with Jeremy Howard

We welcome Jeremy Howard this week to talk about ten games we are looking forward to in 2022. The post 277 – Top 10 Family Games coming in 2022 – with Jeremy Howard appeared first on The Family Gamers.

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Dukes of Dice – Ep. 267 – If You Wanna Be My Archer

This episode the Dukes …  … Discuss recent plays of Baseball Highlights: The Dice Game; Picture Perfect; Ark Nova; and Bequest. (6:47) … Abby and Alex review Kosmos’ The Adventures of Robin Hood (38:46); … Look back at their review of Dune Imperium and Lost Ruins of Arnak in their Dukes’ Quadruple-Take (1:10:21).

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Episode 212: Corrosion

Reviews of Mantis Falls, Escape the Dark Castle, Astro Knights and so many more. Featured review: Corrosion by Capstone Games; Reroll Bonfire by Pegasus Spiele . Board game discussion starts at 39:23. https://bluepegpinkpeg.com/ep212.Thank you to our sponsors: Queen Games, Grand Gamers Guild, and AEG. Timestamps: 39:23 – Masters of Renaissance-Lorenzo il Magnifico-The Card Game; 45:07–…

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Dice Tower Now 769: January 24, 2022

This is Dice Tower Now for the week of January 24, 2022. This week, the IELLO river is flat, Everybody Lies in Gotham, theOP makes Mountains out of Molehills, and Huch runs circles around the Crew.   TOP STORIES (2:20)

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RuneScape Coming to Tabletop from Steamforged Games

by W. Eric Martin UK board game publisher Steamforged Games is working with UK video game developer Jagex to bring the 21-year-old MMORG RuneScape to tabletops in two different forms: a board game and a “tabletop roleplaying game (TTRPG) core book inspired by RuneScape‘s rich fantasy world of Gielinor”. As is typical for anything involving…

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Game Overviews: My Bad Farm Shop Company, or Building Spaces on Your Base

by W. Eric Martin Despite their looks, Rüdiger Dorn‘s My Farm Shop from Pegasus Spiele and Bad Company from Kenneth Minde, Eilif Svensson, Kristian Amundsen Østby, and Aporta Games feel like close cousins, with John D. Clair’s Space Base being somewhere not too distant on the ancestral chain. In all three games, players have their…

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D6G Pip 102: D&D Live Session 42: Flaming Spheres & Skulls

In which we learn what to do when flaming spheres meet flaming skulls.

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Ludology 266 – Getting Out Scott-Free

During our winter break, our co-host Scott Rogers pounced on a new job opportunity that he couldn’t pass up. Sadly, this means he has to step down as Ludology co-host. In this episode, we’ll chat with Scott about his time at Ludology, and ask him what awaits in the future. Because Scott’s job commitments have…

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Escape the Wandering Towers, and Push People Around

by W. Eric Martin As far as I can tell, German publisher ABACUSSPIELE has only one new title in its catalog for the first half of 2022 — a family game from the famed design team of Wolfgang Kramer and Michael Kiesling titled Die wandelnden Türme, or “The Wandering Towers”. Here’s an overview of this…

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