In Episode 43 of Cards and Cubes, we talk about some games we’ve played recently, including L.L.A.M.A., Dune: Imperium, Pixie Queen, Bloodborne: The Board Game, and Steampunk Rally Fusion. Our discussion today is what’s in a game – in other words, what we feel qualifies as a game, and we go into a recent case […]
In Episode 42 of Cards and Cubes, we talk about our experience playing the card games Custom Heroes and Trickster: Champions of Time. Then we go into a discussion about Tyrants of the Underdark, Dice Town, and some comments about our first steps into Etherfields. Our topic today is “Keep or Cull” – a discussion […]
Join Hristo as he plays Doom Machine – the newest Kickstarter board game by Nathan Meunier!
In Episode 41 of Cards and Cubes, our games played include Sierra West, Merv: The Heart of the Silk Road, Curious Cargo, and a few solo gaming experiences. Our topic of discussion this week is “What We Look For in a Game Store.” Games on the horizon include Castles of Mad King Ludwig: Collector’s Edition, […]
In Episode 40 of Cards and Cubes, we talk about games we’ve recently played including Carnegie, Glasgow, and Treasure Hunter. Then we have a discussion about board game streamlining prompted by Pingyao: First Chinese Banks, mentioning a variety of Vital Lacerda games, CGE games, and others. Highlights include simplicity vs streamlining, thematic integration, flow, smaller […]
Join Trevor and Hristo as we play Carnegie – the newest Kickstarter board game by Xavier Georges!
In Episode 39 of Cards and Cubes, we talk about some recent experiences in the board game online world, and then go into some games we’ve played like Village Green, My Village, Targi, 7 Wonders Duel: Agora, and Fast Sloths. Then, we have an extensive discussion about the evolution of deck building in board games […]
Join Trevor and Hristo as we play Darwin’s Journey – the newest Kickstarter board game by Simone Luciani and Nestore Mangone!
In Episode 38 of Cards And Cubes, we talk about some games we’ve played, like Praga Caput Regni, Bonfire, and Glenn’s Gallery. Then we mention some upcoming games, a couple of which we have already partially previewed – Darwin’s Journey, CloudAge, and Kanban EV. We then go onto a particularly difficult section of poorly described […]
Just played Nanga Parbat on Board Game Arena! Neat little abstract-like, quick-playing game from “Dr. Finn’s 2021 Games Kickstarter.” Reminds me of little-known Fire and Ice (2006) published by Pin International.