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A special segment from Botch Games where they play social games live in your ears. In this episode, Craig, Dave, Alex, and Erin play a print and play copy of  "But Wait There's More" from the Bamboozle Brothers set for an early February release. 

Direct download: plays-but_wait_fin.mp3
Category:Games -- posted at: 10:24am EDT

In Episode 11, Craig and Dave discuss the Uwe Rosenburg 2 Player game, Patchwork, Viticulture from Stonemaier games, and Stone Age from Rio Grande. They dig in depth into Campaign games such as Mordheim, Gorkamorka, Arcadia Quest, and Pathfinder the Card Game. They take time to define the gaming term AP (Analysis Paralysis), talk some kickstarter games, discuss a new gaming pub opening up in their home state of Ohio, and get hyped over hanging with BotchNation at Origins and Gen Con. Lastly they look at two gaming websites: Gameshelf.se and the Humble Card Game Bundle.

 

Show Times:

Malted Meeple: 4:00

Shadows of Brimstone (Flying Frog): 7:00

Gen Con/Origins: 11:00

Exploding Kittens(Elan Lee): 16:00

Patchwork (Mayfair): 17:30

Viticulture (Stonemaier): 24:00

Stone Age (Rio Grande): 27:30

Botch Definitions--AP: 34:00

Campaign Games: 42:30

Humble Card Game Bundle: 1:08:00

Gameshelf: 1:11:00

Conan Kickstarter (Monolith): 1:13:00

 

Epic PVP Kickstarter (Fun to 11): 1:16:00

Direct download: ep11fin.mp3
Category:Games -- posted at: 5:40pm EDT

In Episode 10 Craig and Dave discuss the two player game, Akrotiri, Imperial Settlers from POrtal Games, and have a heated debate over Kaosball from CoolMiniOrNot. They also talk rarities and reprints of games by looking at Tentacle Bento (ugh). Lastly they discuss a theme presented by a listener which is some tips and tricks to get your significant other to try a board game with you!

 

Show Times:

Akrotiri (Z-Man Games, Bamboozle Brothers): 6:30

Tentacle Bento (Soda Pop Miniatures): 28:30

Imperial Settlers (Portal Games): 33:30

Kaosball (CoolMiniOrNot): 39:00

Tiny Epic Games Kickstarter (Gamelyn Games): 1:00:00

Mordheim?! (Games Workshop): 1:04:00

Getting your Significant Other to Try a Game: 1:09:00

Direct download: ep10fin.mp3
Category:Games -- posted at: 4:39pm EDT

In Episode 9, Craig and Dave discuss lots of games they've been playing such as Crossroads: Dead of Winter from Plaid Hat Games, and Warhammer 40k Conquest from Fantasy Flight. Also they finally played and have a battle report for Robotech Tactics from Palladium using the cityfight terrain from Dropzone Commander. They go in depth talking of ways to reincorporate older games back into your play rotation. Lastly, the both admit their kickstarter spending problem and realize they need to walk away from their computers.

 

Show Times:

Crossroads: Dead of Winter (Plaid Hat Games): 2:30

Warhammer 40,000 Conquest (Fantasy Flight): 11:15

Slap 45 (Gnarwhal Studios): 24:30

Pairs (ChaepAssGames): 27:00

Robotech Tactics (Palladium) and Cityfight Terrain (Hawk Wargames): 32:00

Craig's Definition: Ameritrash: 47:45

In Depth: Getting Older Games Back to Table: 51:30

Pixel Tactics Kickstarter (Lvl 99 Games): 1:08:00

Rum and Bones Kickstarter (CoolMiniorNot): 1:09:45

Spyfall (Cryptozoic): 1:10:15

Spyfall Online: 1:11:15

 

Direct download: ep_9fin.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:03pm EDT

In episode 8, Dave and Craig talk about some of the games they've been playing this week, with a focus on gaming with their families. Craig talks Rumble in the House and Loot Letter, and Dave talks some younger games he plays with his 3 year old, including Sneaky Snacky Squirrel. They also hype some games they want to get their hands on including Xia and Wir Sind Das Volk. Lastly, they wrap up with their best bang for your buck, most games possible, $100 list to start a collection for anyone newer to the hobby with three lists, each targetted at a differing preferred play style. 

Show Times:

Rumble in the House (Flatlined Games):6:00

My Little Pony: Rainbow Magic (Hasbro): 14:30

Sneaky Snacky Squirrel (Educational Insights): 17:30

Munchkin Loot Letter (AEG, SJ Games): 18:30

Red7 (Asmadi): 21:00

Xia: Legends of a Drift System (Far Off Games): 30:00

Wir Sind Das Volk! (Histogame): 34:30

Yo-Kai Watch Model Kits: 36:45

Cards Against Humanity Puzzle Wrap-up: 41:00

$100 Collection Starter Lists: 46:30

Direct download: ep_8fin.mp3
Category:Games -- posted at: 2:02pm EDT

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