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In Episode 36, Craig celebrates the first year of the show and discusses three games that keep hitting his table. First up is Steampunk Rally, a Dice-placement, card-drafting, engine-building racing game of a time, published by Roxley Games. Next up, is Loop, Inc. the game of time-travel-for-profit, released by Eagle Gryphon Games. Lastly, he digs in to a spoiler-free run through of how Pandemic Legacy works, and why you should own it. Right. Now. Also feel free to stick around after the outro for a spoiler HEAVY recap of the first four months of Craig's campaign with his family!

Show Times: 

Steampunk Rally (Roxley Games): 7:45

Loop, Inc. (Eagle Gryphon): 27:30

Pandemic Legacy SPOILER FREE! (Z-Man Games): 48:30

Pandemic Legacy ALL THE SPOILERS!! (Z-man Games): 1:08:30

Direct download: 36.mp3
Category:Games -- posted at: 12:30am EDT

In episode 35, Craig pairs up two Word/Deck Building games in a comparison of mechanics and gameplay. First he talks about Paperback from Tim Fowers, the Dominion/Scrabble hybrid, and then he discusses Dexicon from Andrew Rowse and Eagle-Gryphon Games and the new concepts it adds to the almost stale deckbuilding genre. Lastly, Craig digs into Seven7s from Jason Tagmire and Eagle-Gryphon games, discussing its simple deck complexity. Also note, Craig is aware he is terrible at his job.

Show Notes:

Paperback (Tim Fowers): 8:30

Dexicon (Eagle-Gryphon): 20:30

Seven7s (Eagle-Gryphon): 38:04

Direct download: Ep35.mp3
Category:Games -- posted at: 3:59pm EDT

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