The State of Games, Ep. 76: The One About the Fireside

The State of Games, Ep. 76: The One About the Fireside

Posted by on Dec 11, 2014 in Articles of Note, Featured Articles, Game News, podcast, Random thoughts, Reviews | 1 comment

stateofgameslogonewSo, what to do – it’s the holiday season and we don’t want to be lost in the hubbub of every other podcast talking about games for the family gathered around the Christmas table. Then the bright idea struck – what about all those poor souls who lose power during a snowstorm for the holidays? Yeah, that’s the ticket! And, so, we put our stockinged heads together and came up with some of the best and brightest for when you don’t exactly have the brightest of circumstances. Enjoy!

Links to important things mentioned on the podcast:

arkhamcandlelightThe Unpub Network

New Bedford

Thundertrack

Biblios Dice

Story War

Cthulhu Wars

With All Do Respect

Coven

Viceroy

Pixel Tactics Deluxe

Tile

Taluva Deluxe

Can’t Stop

King of Tokyo

VivaJava Dice

Vegas

Mr. Jack

Timeline

Time’s Up: Title Recall

Reverse Charades

Mastermind

Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small

Jaipur

Arkham Horror

Letters from Whitechapel

Elder Sign

Divinare

Shadows of the woods

Coup

Resistance

Ultimate Werewolf

Flashpoint

Splendor

Rumble in the House

Lanterns

Jungle Speed

Ghost Stories

Dvonn

Ket

Operation

Pagoda

Stratego

Mysterium

 

Mox Boarding House Machi-Koro review video

 

ALSO, OUR KICKSTARTER ALL STARS:

Belle of the Ball (It’s here, grab your copy now!)

VivaJava: The Coffee Game: The Dice Game (It’s here – get your copy now!)

Compounded (All sold out! But more are coming this spring!)

The Great Heartland Hauling Co. (The second edition is here!)

VivaJava: The Coffee Game (Sold out!)

Carnival (The second edition is here!!)

 

And, finally:

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    1 Comment

  1. What struck me as absurd about the Viceroy KickStarter was that one of the stretch goals was to make the gems color-blind friendly. Why is that not part of the initial offering? It’s not like you have to break the bank to do it.

    Loved the educational interlude, T.C.

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