In this episode we try a new segment. In "Poorly Described Board Games" we take turns giving very brief descriptions of board games and the others try to guess. We also discuss our favorite expansions.
In this episode we discuss 2=player games. When do we enjoy 2-player games? What makes a game suited to being played at 2? Are there any advantages to playing with just 2 players? We also go over our top 3 family weight games.
In our 18th episode we are figuring out how to record a podcast while heeding social isolation etiquette. We do a deep dive into Vital Lacerda, the designer of board game hits such as Lisboa and 2020's On Mars. We also talk about our favorite games to play when our board game group has the dreaded 5 player count.
We were lucky enough to have the chance to record at SaltCON this year. SaltCON is our local board game convention. We talk about games that we played, how we choose games to play at a convention, and take some questions from the audience.
In this episode we talk about games we have played over the past two weeks. We discuss games that we are looking forward to. Then we get into round two of board game etiquette. Finally, we cap the episode off by talking about our top three games that we have played too much.
Welcome to a new year! In this episode we will be discussing all things board game collection. How many games do we have? How many is too many? Too few? Why do we need so many? Later on we discuss our favorite themes in board games.
In this episode of Cards and Cubes we talk about a local used board game sale and discuss pre-2010 games. We also spotlight Taverns of Tiefenthal, a new game by Wolfgang Warsch. In a new segment, we discuss games that we are looking forward to playing.
In this episode we discuss some games that you did grow up playing. In our board game topic we tackle how technology has been, is being, and will be integrated into board games. Is it a fad or here to stay? Did you every guess we would discuss Mall Madness or Mystery Date? We also give our opinions on Tapestry, the newest game from Jamey Stegmaier. Finally, we discuss our top 3 dexterity games.
In this episode of Cards and Cubes we discuss our experience at an International Games Day event in West Jordan, Utah. We also review the new game by Simone Luciani, Barrage. We finish off the episode with a list of our top three long games.
We're back!!! In our Halloween special we will discuss Abomination: The Heir of Frankenstein. We will also pitch horror movie ideas based on some of our favorite board games that are not usually associated with the horror genre. In Hristo's haunted house of kickstarting wonders we will talk about the pros and cons of app integration in board gaming. Join us for a spooky good time.
In this episode of Cards and Cubes we discuss art in board games. Our favorite and least favorite art as well as what role art has to play in board games. We also give our review of Black Angel the new game by the designers of Troyes and Solenia. Hristo is back to discuss marketing on Kickstarter.
In this episode of Cards and Cubes we review Carnival of Monsters. We then talk about that ever difficult topic of board game etiquette. We then move on to our top three drafting games. Finally, our good friend Hristo is back to talk about his experiences with SaltCon, our local board gaming convention.
In this episode of Cards and Cubes we review Snowdonia which we unboxed on the last episode. We also talk about different types buyers remorse in the board game hobby. Next, we give our top three deck building games. Finally, we unbox and give our first impressions of Carnival of Monsters, a new game by Richard Garfield.
In this episode of Cards and Cubes we review Imaginarium. We also talk about our rules for a good rules teach before playing a board game. Next, we discuss our top 3 engine building games. We also unbox and talk about our expectations of Snowdonia. Hristo is also back to discuss the risks and rewards and board game kickstarter.
In this episode of Cards and Cubes we have a special guest host. We review Pipeline after playing it this week. We also talk about games that are nostalgic for us. We give a list of games that we enjoy playing with casual gamers and those new to the hobby. Finally we wrap up with a review of Imaginarium, a new game by Bruno Cathala.
In episode two of Cards and Cubes we discuss our experiences playing Arraial. We also talk about luck in board games and our board game origin stories. We then give our top three worker placement games and finally unbox and discuss Pipeline a new game by Ryan Courtney.
In the inaugural episode of Cards, Cubes, and Complex rules we discuss the winners of the Spiel des Jahres. In our questions segment we also discuss Gen Con and more. Then, to introduce us and our tastes we talk about our favorite board games. Finally, we unbox Araial a game by Nuno Bizzaro Santieiro and Paulo Soledade.