Adventure, arks, and nuclear bombs. James Mathe discusses Venture Forth and Kingdom of Solomon and previews The Manhattan Project.
Gods, gold, and sandy beaches. Mortiz Brunnhofer introduces three titles: Pantheon, Stone Age: Style is the Goal, and Hawaii.
Designer Sebastian Bleasdale discusses On the Cards, a game which allows players to mix and match rules from a variety of classic card games.
Keith Blume introduces a full lineup of games from Eagle including 1812: The Invasion of Canada, Dragon Rampage, Mirror Mirror and new editions of Can't Stop and Montage.
Many still images in this video are used courtesy of boardgamegeek user Ender Wiggin:
Release Date: Dec. 12, 2011
Running Time: 116 min.
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Lemon squeezy. Two surveys of games everyone can play. First, the Easy Play game series from Schmidt Spiele with reviews of Burgen Land and Finito. Second, we trace the ancestry of Finnish Lawn Bowling.
News & Notes: Pastiche Int. Version, Wiz War, 1st & Goal, Top Promoter
The List: Burgen Land, Finito
Back Shelf Spotlight: Kyykka, Gorodki, Kubb, Molkky
Game Sommelier: 5 American games that would benefit from Euro mechanics
Mail Bag: Durak history, Meeple plate, Elder Sign correction
Complete Show Notes continue after the break.
From Discworld to the French & Indian War to orangutan filled forests, Martin discusses the development of his most recent designs: Ankh Morpork, A Few Acres of Snow, and Old Men of the Forest.
Rafal introduces Pret-a-Porter, a game about the competitive world of high fashion and New Era, the latest game set in the world of Neuroshima Hex.
Bernd Keller gives a tour of four new games from Amigo: The City, Friesematenten: Die Schattenmanner, Rio d'Oro, and Carre.