In this cliffhanger of an episode we discuss what we have been playing with special guest Bryce Journey, we make fun of the absent Jeff Garst, and Bryce calls out our lack of commitment to playing games.
In the first and last Episode 18 of the Spielcast, we discuss the themes in board games that we think are most over and under used. Spoiler alert, we all agree there hasn't been enough effort by designers and publishers to reach out the nerd community.
In this Episode 17, we look ahead to the year that is 2017 and discuss board games challenges, Jeff ponders living in a van, and somebody reads something off of Twitter. Join Us!
In our final Episode of 2016 we look back on our favorite releases of the year, one of the hosts goes on tilt over Seafall, and then Jeff continues to torture Cody and Scott with another game to prove to our listeners that just like John Snow, we know nothing.
In the best 14th Episode we'll ever produce, we discuss a couple of the new hot games and then Scott and Cody match wits to see who can best pair a random rule with the game it came from.
In the most 13th episode we've ever done, we discuss the best board games to get for our family gift exchanges, Jeff challenges our knowledge of board game expansion titles, and Cody manages to criticize everyone's favorite games. It's a bold strategy, let's see if it pays off...
In this episode of the Spielcast we give our SPOILER FREE impressions of Seafall. Scott also comes face to face with his age old caramely, chocolatey frenemy.
In this episode of of the Spielcast, Cody gives his constructive criticisms of episode 10. We also talk about our first impressions of Terraforming Mars, a strategy game that has players competing to be the most productive terraformer of Mars. Cody tried the ill advised "bee strategy," while Jeff nuked a volcano. Scott spent the game doing what he always does, trying to convince the other players he isn't winning.
All this in addition to our potentially final attempt at 20 questions.
In the very 10th episode of the Spielcast we are joined by the architect of Spielbound himself, the Mad Doctor Kaleb Michaud. Sit back and relax while we discuss board games, some strange thing called "disposable income" and Jeff's secret desire to simultaneously disappoint 75 people at once.
In this episode of the Spielcast we scratch the surface of what it means to "effectively teach games." We also stare into the abyss that is Scott's secret addiction. Back by popular demand is the 20 questions segment, and we give our first impressions of the much hyped Pandemic: Reign of Cthulu. Buckle the restraining device of your choice folks!