The State of Games, Episode 57 – The One About the Games of 2013

Posted by on Jan 10, 2014 in Articles of Note, Game News, State of Games | 2 comments

stateofgameslogonewIt’s that time again – a time for looking back on the best memories of the year that was while we prepare for the year that will be! And what a fantastic year of gaming 2013 turned out to be. Whether you’re a casual gamer or a hardcore grognard, this year’s titles had something awesome for everyone, and with three of us on the podcast, you get to hear about a LOT of them! Yes, dear listeners, this is another long one, but hey – we managed to condense a whole year into two hours, so that’s something!

Links to important things mentioned on the podcast:

gravwell_componentsThe Unpub

The Dice Hate Me 54-Card Challenge

TC Petty III’s Designer Ego

Gravwell

Euphoria

Francis Drake

Firefly: The Game

Loopin’ Louie

Tier Auf Tier

Pickomino

Downfall of Pompeii

Agricola: All Creatures Big & Small

Fauna

Rallyman

Rise of Augustus

Glory to Rome

Eldritch Horror

Rampage

Going, Going, Gone

The Capitals

 

ALSO, OUR KICKSTARTER ALL STARS:

Compounded (It’s here! Get your pre-orders in!)

The Great Heartland Hauling Co. (All copies have been hauled away – but we’re hoping to get more!)

VivaJava: The Coffee Game (Almost sold out!)

Carnival (Currently sold out – but we’re hoping to get more!)

 

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    2 Comments

  1. Glad to hear you guys enjoyed BGG.CON. It was good to finally meet you there, Chris. I played VivaJava for the first time there, even played it twice, and really enjoyed it. Now to find a copy of it and its expansion!

  2. Thanks, Lee – it was great to meet you there, as well! I’m also glad you finally got a chance to play VivaJava, and even more psyched that you enjoyed it! VivaJava is hard to track down right now, but… send me an email when you get a chance and I’ll see what I can do.

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