Antoinette and Oliver talk about the games that surprised them most. You've probably found this yourself when you play a game that you were really excited about, but then it wasn't quite as good as you expected. Or maybe you bought a game without any expectations and it became your all-time favourite evergreen board game. That's exactly the sort of thing that Antoinette and Oliver are talking about in this episode.
Antoinette and Oliver finish the series of games you can play in a certain amount of time by each presenting 13 games that play in 60 minutes or more. The categories are the same as last time and as always, we'd love you to play along.
After looking at games you can play in 30 minutes or less, Antoinette and Oliver each present 12 games that play in 60 minutes or less. The categories are the same as last time and we’d love you to play along by commenting below: co-op games, dice games, word games, dexterity games, card games, area control games, tile games, deduction / hidden information games, resource management games, party games, strategy games, most unusual games
Antoinette and Oliver present 12 games that play in 30 minutes or less, one for each of the following categories: co-op games, dice games, word games, dexterity games, card games, area control games, tile games, deduction / hidden information games, resource management games, party games, strategy games and most unusual games. Please play along.
We had the wonderful Nikita Sullivan of Atikin Games as our guest and asked her our usual fun questions, before talking about what it is that drives Nikita to create so many wonderful board games and board game related things.
Another year has come and gone, and what a year 2020 was. We did make some board game predictions at the beginning of last year, so now it's time to check if we were right, and to make predictions for the year ahead, for 2021.
As the nights draw in and it's getting colder, it's time for Antoinette and Oliver to talk about Christmas. We hope you snuggle down in the armchair with your slippers on and a warm jumper and maybe even a hot chocolate in your hands, while we talk about our favourite games for the holidays.
In this episode, we talk about board game conventions, exhibitions and events. We touch on the best things about in-person events and share our thoughts and experiences with digital conventions.
In episode 17, we have the pleasure of talking to the wonderful Jess Cassady who is known for a great number of things, including her work on Lovelace & Babbage, […]
For this episode we have the pleasure of talking to an amazing person who is actively out there bringing more and more people into the board game hobby. Today we […]
Today we have the wizard of podcasts with us whose output is relentlessly prolific. We’re talking about Richard Simpson of We’re Not Wizards of course.
We have our first interview, and our guest is Janice Turner of Wren Games. We ask her our block of fun questions, before we talk about her gaming past, her journey through the tabletop games industry, as well as her gaming present - and a small look into the future. Of course, we also talk about the current Kickstarter campaign for Sensor Ghosts and Assembly: Re-Sequence & Override. Plus we have a very, very special guest to answer one of our questions and to tell us what their favourite game is. You'll have to listen to find out more.
This time we look at more boardgame terms, legacy, miniatures and tile placement, and of course we're going to have a little chat about our collection.
This time we thought it was about time that we explained exactly all those terms us boardgame folk love to use. We also talk about the games we played and who we generally play games with.
The topic for this episode is each other, where we ask questions about who we are, what we like and some other important topics to give you a better idea of who you’re listening to.